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Raytheon Jet Production Takes Off

May 19, 2003
An aircraft made with a composite fuselage is 20% lighter, and costs less than one manufactured with an aluminum fuselage, and because of this, Raytheon Aircraft (Wichita, KS) decided to build its Premier I and Hawker Horizon business jets with composite fuselages rather than aluminum.
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Choose the Correct Tooling

May 19, 2003
When it comes to turning, no one style of tooling is better than the next.
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What Quality Professionals Are Thinking

May 19, 2003
You, reader, may be an E689, an Inspector, Tester and Grader. Or you might be an F797, a Production Tester, or an A056, an Industrial Engineer.
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Gage Reduces Inspection Time 50%

May 19, 2003
Expanding the measuring choices for die inserts used in multilayer regis-tration systems for printed circuit boards has helped reduce inspection time for Multiline Technology Inc. (Farmingdale, NY).
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Automated Inspection Saves Time, Money

May 19, 2003
Manual inspection of certain stamped and over-molded products four years ago took up to 25 minutes to complete.
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Cameras Let Off-Site Users See Quality

May 19, 2003
Whether across the country or at the other end of a factory, a part or process can be seen in near-to-real-time with the click of a mouse by capturing digital images and transferring them via the Internet or other computer network.
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Simple Process Capability?

May 19, 2003
Manufacturing operations throughout the industry have ignored geometric bonus tolerances, caused by varying feature sizes, when assessing statistical process capability from variables data.
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Tighten the Reign on Threading

May 19, 2003
The fastener industry is a cost-conscious one. Covering all the bases, from having an original threading standard to investing in equipment, can make the difference between go and no go.
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Laser-Based Tool Maps Surface Roughness

May 19, 2003
The ranks of the devices that measure and map surfaces such as brake rotors and camshafts have grown by one.
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Analyzing Downtime

May 19, 2003
Traditionally, brain teasers are thought of as puzzles to solve using logical thought process in a sequential manner.
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