No matter how high in quality the measuring equipment you use seems, it needs regular calibration. Otherwise, there is a substantial danger of inaccuracy, which eventually leads to serious mistakes, botched deadlines, and extra expenses. Gauge calibration is extremely important since the precision of pressure gauge readings is the key to numerous production processes.
Topics: Air Gauges
Air gauges for measuring were invented almost 100 years ago, in 1919. Even though many other metrology devices have been created since then, the air gauge measuring instrument remains one of the most effective tools for a variety of inspection processes.
Maximum precision is the golden standard businesses strive for. Digital micrometers are created to provide the most precise information on the size of the smallest objects or the distance within something.
A digital universal calliper is an irreplaceable tool for any project which requires precise measurements. This unit doesn’t just ensure maximum precision, it eliminates the need for other measuring tools since it can deal with a variety of objects. Taking advantage of a universal digital micrometer can help any technician achieve the most accurate results in the shortest amount of time.
Are we in the throes of a fourth industrial revolution? This is the line of argument put forth by proponents of Industry 4.0, a catch all description of how automation and cyber-physical processes are affecting the manufacturing industry.
Topics: New & Used CMMs
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Topics: Company News
Wireless integration of precision measuring equipment is a relatively new innovation that is destined to become widespread, if not universal, within a short few years. WalMart were one of the first to adapt wireless to an application back in the 1980s for inventory management. For engineering applications, incorporating wireless into measurement and inspection process tools, and systems, reduces system costs and simplifies deployment. Getting rid of wires makes operational work easier and faster, with less faffing around required to complete a task. To assess the benefits of adapting wireless technology to handheld CMM tools, let’s look at wireless calipers.
Topics: Tips & Tricks
The inspection process demands exceptional measurement accuracy to remain a dependable and authoritative arbiter of quality. It’s the gate through which a company’s production output must pass and is a guardian of the company’s reputation in the marketplace and a large element of maintaining high customer satisfaction levels. It follows that advances in technology that promote higher standards demand investigation to inform a potential implementation decision. In general, the advent of digital displays has gone a long way towards reducing or even eliminating basic transcription errors and simple human eyesight frailty misreads. But the digital world has much more to offer than merely improved readouts.
Topics: Tips & Tricks
By their design and functionality, CMMs wear really well. Only their software and electronic capabilities don’t last for years. That's why CMM upgrade services have become so popular in the few last years; they can restore machine capability to its full performance at a fraction of the cost of investing in a new unit.
Coordinate Measurement Machines have an interesting history going back almost 60 years. The modern CMM industry produces over 6,000 new CMMs every year, as well as retrofitting and upgrading tens of thousands more. These CMMs can be Manual, where an operator guides the machine, CNC machines that are driven automatically by a special program. As ubiquitous as CMMs now are in manufacturing, it is hard to imagine a world when quality control was dependent on hand measurements.