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March 2014
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Graham Dewhurst, Director General of the Manufacturing Technologies Association looks forward to MACH 2014

Hexagon Metrology will reveal new products and promotions at MACH

The UK’s biennial manufacturing technology showcase returns to the NEC, Birmingham from 7 to 11 April

The Katholieke Universiteit in Leuven is using X-ray CT to look inside industrial components

A new acoustic testing facility at Schaeffler will help it design quieter and more effective bearing

Software solves the problem of measuring massive components to hundredths of a millimetre

New requirements  from an international car maker meant a new approach

 Non-contact measurement has cut inspection times from 30 hours to 4



Jardox invested to meet the stringent demands of Marks & Spencer

Dr Margaret Rooney, quality assessor at certification body, NQA, looks at the most likely and significant changes to ISO 9001 and the implications for companies seeking to maintain or achieve certification

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Featured video: Laser microscope measures roughness
The Lext OLS4100 from Olympus can be used for ISO standard roughness measurement. Aerial surface topgraphy can be measured in addition to line profiles.
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