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Vision System Helps Speed Production, Maximize Efficiency at Pleasant River Lumber

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The market for lumber is in a constant state of flux based on factors like the time of year and current customer demand, and mills such as Pleasant River Lumber need to be highly efficient to stay competitive.


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Readers Respond: Datum Feature Selection and Use

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LinkedIn Groupmembers had their own commentary to share about the article.


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Six Sigma in Health Care: A New Prescription

By H. James Harrington
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Six Sigma is a firm belief that we can all be nearly perfect, do near-perfect work all of the time and that we have the potential to be creative. 


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Not “User-Friendly” but “Users-Friendly”

By Ray Enger
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Saying “users-friendly” plural is admittedly an awkward mouthful and on the border of grammatically incorrect.  However, today most of the instruments, software and equipment your quality team uses is often shared with your entire manufacturing team.


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Reader's Respond: GD&T Workshop: Datum Feature Selection and Use

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Quality LinkedIn group members discuss Quality's latest GD&T column.


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Auto Parts Manufacturer Shifts into Overdrive with M-Files Cloud Vault

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A cloud-based document management system eases the IT burden and empowers a mobile sales force at Racing Industries.
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Quality 101: All About Air Gages

By Donald Moors
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Dimensional air gages have been providing highly precise part measurements for decades.
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GD&T: An Internationally Approved Standard.

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This standard gives the guidelines on the rules and principles of creating (mechanical) engineering drawings not only in the mechanical field but also in the electronic engineering field, rather in any engineering field.
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Inspection of Machined Metal Surfaces

By Gerald W Budd
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The fabrication of metal components generally requires some type of machining operations. The exposed surface after the machining operation can expose internal features that might be of concern for different reasons. The isolation and identification of the flaws requires a quality standard that is defined by a specification.
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Saving Energy for Manufacturing Sustainability

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SRC and an environmental research center employ real-time monitoring to slash water and energy usage for semiconductor manufacturing. Thirty percent reduction in wafer surface cleaning requirements can benefit manufacturing sustainability for both 300-millimeter and 450-millimeter processes.
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