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Patented for manufacturing in 1943, historians document this tool has been in use for nearly a century.
It seems so simple: Place specimen in grips, perform tensile test, and achieve consistent results, right? Not really.
The market for coordinate measuring machines (CMMs) is mature and, as such, experiencing low revenue growth rates.
Just as a recipe designed for four may require some changes if it is called upon to serve 4,000, dramatically up-scaling the number of quality metrics being monitored may demand new approaches when deploying SPC.
While advancements in automation and technology have enabled efficient acquisition of large volumes of nondestructive examination (NDE) data, the advancements in the analysis of collected data have been largely stagnant.
Industrial computed tomography has changed the way in which aluminum die-cast parts are tested and measured.
Three-dimensional optical microscopy is a metrology mainstay serving needs across a wide range of industries.
The term “shaft measurement system” is standard industry parlance today, but to think of these gages as measuring only shafts is too limiting.
Bill Arbogast, our 2013 Quality Professional of the Year, almost became an architect.
There are many complexities in today’s global supply chain and taking reasonable steps to perform due diligence by minimizing risks through accurate material identification should be high on the list of priorities for both suppliers and manufacturers.
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