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Inertial Sensor Components Achieving Higher Mechanical Precision with Profile Tolerancing

Figure 1: This gyroscope housing represents typical complex surface geometries. The features on this part represent a collection of small arc radii and are used within this article to demonstrate
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Special Report: Quality Spending Sees Hot Spots

While overall quality spending is expected to decrease in 2012, some categories are experiencing tremendous growth.
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Quality Plan Book: Total Quality Management is Not Total

A theory of management for American industry intends to confront the quality community with a 24-year-old issue and to fill-in the missing link in contemporary quality assurance.
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Case Study: Optical Microscope Keeps Up with Production Needs

Custom production interface helps solve a critical cavity depth process control metrology problem.
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Inertial Sensor Components Achieving Higher Mechanical Precision with Profile Tolerancing

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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Case Study: CMM Gets New Life

Software allows old “dogs” to learn new tricks.
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Quality Plan Book: No-Compromise Leadership Helps Companies Survive and Thrive

The requirements behind no-compromise leadership provide the thinking and behavioral foundation to lead your company through these challenging times.
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50 Years of Quality: Circling Back on Calibration

In the final installment of 50 Years of Quality, we take a look at how modern technology has transformed the calibration field.
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Renaissance for Mexican Manufacturing?

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

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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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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