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Quality control measurement continues to evolve, especially as coordinate measuring machines (CMMs), 3-D measurement tools and other inspection innovations gain popularity.
There are good reasons why traditional contact measurement machines (CMMs) have been staples in manufacturing’s quality control environments for decades.
Due to rapidly advancing production and testing technology, today’s industrial quality assessment procedures are more rigorous—and more precise—than ever before.
In today’s manufacturing environment high-precision noncontact optical shaft metrology is a solid investment, whether it’s an entry level SPC measuring station operated by the workers or a fully automatic system for 100% part inspection.
Height gages are a general purpose tool, which can be used in a variety of industries and applications by anyone who needs to measure precision parts.
Adrianus Pijper, in the South African Journal of Science, called the microscope “man’s noblest, supreme, and most far-reaching tool,” according to the Microscopy Society of America. And this was in 1939.
We use regression analysis to explore the relationships between one or more input variables, or factors, and a response.
Today, a quality inspection process is more critical than ever before.
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