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December 2014
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GE’s Tom Ward* looks at today’s requirements for inspection technologies

The Olympus and QMT judging panel have decided

Eric Becker of MetrologyWorks explains that setup stability is key to measurement success

NPL’s measurement training courses are now available online writes Keith Bevan, NPL Training Delivery Manager


Rotary cutting tool specialist Technicut opts for Alicona edge measurement technology for its research and development activities


A student racing team gets help with its metrology

A suite of metrology equipment is supporting new commercial opportunities

Micro-Epsilon sensors are helping the land speed record attempt

Laser Radar from Nikon Metrology is an automated, targetless process offering speed and accuracy for automotive inline inspection

3D printing specialist Materialise has expanded its design and engineering services to include contract scanning and measurement


A specialist manufacturer has added multi-sensor measurement

All wires and cables that distribute power need their resistance measuring

In the pipeline: Quality control test procedures

Advanced performance testing for Mazda’s first R&D centre in China

Manchester Metrology is supporting a challenge to the World Water Speed Record

Checking quality by weight is a quick way to ensure completeness

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