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Measurement Made Mobile

Wireless connections increase mobility on the manufacturing floor.
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Accelerate Stress, Increase Productivity

Accelerated stress testing can mean different things to different people, but if done correctly it can mean greater productivity and reduced costs.
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I just finished reading Scott Dalgliesh’s comments in “Probing the Limits.”
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Develop an SPC System

Choosing a new SPC system is more than just picking out software.
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Software Calibrates with Certainty

New software allows users to calculate estimated measurement uncertainty.
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Digital Disease Runs Rampant

Fixating on numbers can be hazardous to your accuracy.
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Six Sigma Is Legit

The year was 1994 and I sat in the room filled with anxious questioners. “What,” they asked, “was the usefulness of this quality system? How can it better my business?”
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Buying A Leak Tester

Resolution, sensitivity and flexibility are among the top considerations when purchasing a leak tester.
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Know Your Numbers

Investigate how labs come up with their uncertainty numbers.
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Mailbag: A Big World

I read the October and November 2002, “Probing the Limits.”
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Charles J. Hellier has been active in the technology of nondestructive testing and related quality and inspection fields since 1957. Here he talks with Quality's managing editor, Michelle Bangert, about the importance of training.
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