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Quality 101: Understand Coating Thickness Measurement Test Methods

By Paul Lomax
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Develop a working knowledge of the test methods related to coating thickness measurement and the instruments available for both common and complex applications.
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Case Study: Software Removes the Human Error Element

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Linear motion manufacturer saves time and reduces errors using software solution.
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Innovations: Not Lost In Translation

By Darryl Seland
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The growth of computers and computer-aided tasks has produced many different formats and languages, all of which can complicate the ability to communicate.
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Quality Assurance: This We Believe:... A Statement of Objectives

By W.F. Schleicher
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“Let it be said:‘It was done right, it was done well.’ Perfection must be your credo of work and quality your way of life.” Konstantin
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Management: Calibration Can Be Risky Business

By Harry C. Spinks
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When it comes to calibration requirements, make sure you get what you need.
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Management: The Lasting Legacy of the Modern Quality Giants

By Jim L. Smith
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As Quality Magazine celebrates its 50th anniversary, we take a look at some of the quality gurus who have made a significant impact on the world through their contributions to improving not only businesses, but all organizations.

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Test & Inspection: The Calibration and Accuracy of X-ray CT Systems

By Andrew Ramsey
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X-ray CT systems must be traceably calibrated to give true metrological performance.
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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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Measurement: Air Gaging for Orthopedic Devices

By George Schuetz
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Air gaging has become the inspection tool of choice for controlling critical parameters in the medical industry.
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50 Years of Quality: Universal Testers Through the Years

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There are many types of testing machines. The most common are universal testing machines, which test materials in tension, compression or bending. This month, 50 Years of Quality takes another look at universal testers.

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 In honor of World Quality Month, we spoke to James Rooney, ASQ Past Chairman of the Board of Directors 2013, for his take on quality around the world.
For more information, read the ASQ Speaking of Quality column.
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