Developing a Method to Learn Capper Settings to Handle Component Variations   

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One of the causes of crimp variation that can lead to integrity failures due to poorly sealed vials has been reported to be component dimensional variation. Critical dimensions of the components of a vial system (vial, stopper, and cap) can vary within manufacturing tolerances, but these ranges of variation may require adjustments to the capper settings to ensure a proper package seal.