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June-July 2016
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Digital inspection with 3D software reduces time to market and improves quality at a lower cost

Professor Richard Leach* looks at the revolution that is going on in manufacturing and what it means for metrology

Rotary tables can be vital component in the inspection process

Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence has supplied an ultra-precision CMM to the Nuclear AMRC

Dr Kai-Udo Modrich* argues that complexity in measurement does not mean you have to sacrifice quality

Precision weighing systems help trim race-car performance

Bowers Group created a bespoke air gauging system for Rotork’s aluminium gear cases

Richard Mount of SWINDON Silicon systems explains what the change in eligibility for the automotive quality standard means in practice

Aberlink’s new Xtreme CMM is meeting shop floor inspection challenges at Jamestan Engineering

A leading research institute is using a laser tracker in its work on machine tool performance

Subcontractor Quality Engineered Products invested in Renishaw probing to make the most of its new advanced machined tools

A Hungarian automotive manufacturer has upgraded its inspection capabilities with multi-sensor CMMs

Insphere explains the basics for using a portable arm to its full potential

When the adhesion properties are critical it is vital to be able to characterise surface roughness

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