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Lasers have replaced tactile probing at the Fiat- Tofas plant in Turkey

Parts for a unique British sports car are inspected using a high accuracy 3D scanning system

By bringing measurement to the shop floor GEDIA is cutting costs and measurement times while increasing flexibility

Pixel shifting techniques can achieve very high resolutions in industrial imaging says Stemmer’s Mark Williamson

With its high-tech prosthetics, Icelandic company Össur would like to enable people to live without limitations

Reverse engineering is helping power companies generate up to 15% more power

In the January/February 2013 issue of QMT, a new Nadcap Task Group for Measurement and Inspection was introduced. In this update, we take a closer look at this activity and why it matters

A fast, automated CMM is ensuring standards are maintained at a Scottish subcontractor

A FARO Gage has cut the time to produce inserts for bespoke protective cases

ThyssenKrupp Schulte have developed a test rig for use on the world’s biggest experimental nuclear fusion reactor ITER

Calibrating crimp tools, torque wrenches and weighing scales - explained by Ibrahim Ibrahim and Eddy Jones of calibrate.co.uk

Researchers are using a Heidenhain linear encoder and DRO to date and understand ancient timber

Optical measurement technology will safeguard the quality of rails for high-speed trains

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