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Inertial Sensor Components Achieving Higher Mechanical Precision with Profile Tolerancing

By Dan Goldman
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A commitment to precision GD&T using profile tolerancing and other key geometric controls is essential for establishing a true partnership between OEMs and suppliers.
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Fundamentals of Calibration

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Calibration is an insurance policy that verifies the accuracy of test instruments.

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Vol. 8 No. 32

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Volume 8, Issue 32, November 16, 2011 QUALITY HOME | PRODUCT SPOTLIGHTS | COMMUNITIES | CALENDAR | CLASSIFIEDS Management: Assessing Aerospace Risk Management Realize the benefits of an aerospace risk
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Renaissance for Mexican Manufacturing?

By Chris Kuehl
The Mexican economy is outpacing some of the faster growing regions in the world-such as Russia-and it is estimated that Mexico will be the eighth largest economy in the world by 2050.
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Geomagic Creates 3-D Data for Stonehenge Projects

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Geomagic used 3-D imaging software to create a 3-D digital model of the 5,000-year-old Stonehenge in England. Dubbed the English Heritage project, it captures the ancient monument and its surrounding landscape in unprecedented detail to aid further studies and understanding.
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Machine Uses Artificial Vision to Detect Rotten Oranges

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A machine that uses artificial vision and UV rays to scan through citrus fruits and get rid of rotten ones has been developed in Spain.
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Off Topic NDT: Nondestructive Testing at...Legoland

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Some of the biggest theme parks in the United States rely on nondestructive testing in-house to ensure safety.
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AMT: Senate Approves Chinese Currency Bill

By Amber Thomas
Should the bill make it through the House and reach the president’s desk, it is unclear whether Obama would sign it. The Obama administration, like the Bush administration before it, has been critical on China’s currency policies, but has stopped short of labeling China a currency manipulator.
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Cost Savings Elusive for Lean-Leaning Manufacturers

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Lean manufacturing principles, widely touted by companies as an effective way to eliminate waste and boost the bottom line, often do not achieve targeted cost savings, according to a study released Oct.5.
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Why the Buzz on Metrology Software in 2011?

By Prathima Bommakanti
The world metrology market is expected to grow.
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