During the tube drawing process, a lack of drawing agent may lead to strong vibrations that leave chatter marks on or inside the tube. Currently machine operators manually reduce the drawing speed when chatter is audible. To avoid high scrap rates, many manufacturers operate their machines at drawing speeds well below optimum. We mount our QASS piezoelectric sensors to your drawing tool and detect signs of premature chatter in the data before it becomes audible to any machine operator. The Optimizer4D analyzes the sensor data in real-time and keeps a steady line of communication with the machine controls. When necessary, our device asks the machine to slow down for a short time. When the risk of chatter is averted, we can speed up again. Retrofitting a drawing bench takes little effort and can be accomplished within a few hours. Once the unit is connected to your machine controls, it is plug-and-play. Minimal training is required for operation.