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April 2011
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Eliminating the barriers between inspection and production speeds up manufacturing response times and increases car reliability at Vodafone McLaren Mercedes F1. By Brendan Coyne, QMT

Aero-engine component maker Meyer Tool looks to drive down hard gauge costs with a new concept, flexible, software-driven gauging system.

SÜD Automotive, Germany, has developed a new standard for determining the range of electric vehicles under realistic conditions.  By Ondrej Vaculin, PhD, head of e-mobility at TÜV

Complex form inspection steps up to the next level by capturing full-part geometry with a revolutionary true multi-sensor laser scanning/video/tactile measuring system, the Nikon HN-6060

Earth orbit space exploration is on the way to becoming a commercial activity where precision portable measurement is a critical enabling technology.

The high speed and high resolution of the sensor enables the tip diameter of the pulleys to be measured accurately and rapidly in two planes.

Non-destructive EPD thickness measurement in pillars of auto bodies using the Cavity Probe V3FGA06H. By Dr.Hans Peter Vollmar, physicist, Helmut Fischer.

Building the world's tallest building might not have been achievable without the great advances that have been made in concrete technology over the past 20 to 30 years.

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