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Case Study: Software Brings New Business

Company realizes benefits of SPC software.
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Quality 101: 21st Century Optical Comparators

New technologies adapted to optical comparators have given this time-tested measuring method new life, making it a versatile, cost-effective alternative for many noncontact measurement applications.
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Software & Analysis: Good Data=Good Decisions

Measurement system analysis helps to judge whether an attribute gage is trustworthy.
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Test & Inspection: Sensing the Thread

Inductive displacement sensor technology is used for thread detection.
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Measurement: The Democratization of Measurement

Smaller and more affordable 3-D measurement technology is changing the job descriptions of level 1 operators.

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Quality Management 2.0: Deming's 7 Deadly Diseases of Management

W. Edwards Deming "14 Points" break down the need for a working understanding of basic quality management system statistical principles. Deming also outlined Seven Deadly Diseases, which describe the most serious barriers that management potentially faces within an organization.
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Cognitive Biases and Project Planning

Cognitive biases are more common than we imagine, even among folks who are technically well-trained and competent. These can lead to misreading data and faults in project planning.
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Case Study: Going to Great Lengths

Massive cybermill positions with precision using world’s longest linear scales.
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Case Study: Five-Axis CMM Inspection Lets "Good Times Roll"

Revo-equipped CMMs at Kawasaki’s Maryville, MO, plant have cut inspection times by half or more on scanning intensive applications.
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Quality 101: Considerations for Measuring Large Precision Bearings

Mechanical bearings, including ball, roller, taper roller, needle, spherical and cylindrical, to mention a few, have been in use for hundreds of years, with countless designs, applications and sizes, and just as many measurement requirements that need to be defined and verified.
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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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