The 4.5.4 SF excels in tough shop-floor conditions, drawing its inspiration from over fifteen years of shop floor machine production experience and thousands of units in the field worldwide. It is designed from the ground up to surpass the demanding requirements of shop floor users.
This rugged CMM is ideal for machine shops and manufacturing cells - featuring advanced thermal compensation, covered ways, built-in vibration resistance and shop-hardened design.
This is the second of a four-part video interview with Juran Institute CEO Joseph DeFeo and hosted by Quality Digest’s CEO, Jeff Dewar. View part one here.
In this part of my video interview with Juran Institute president and executive coach, Joseph De Feo, we discussed where the quality profession is going. His answers caught me completely by surprise.
During front-end semiconductor device fabrication, there are several points in between processing steps where it is important to implement quality control methods. Damaged wafers are costly and it is vital to pinpoint problems as soon as possible during fabrication. Watch our new video about how simple, low-cost vision sensors can solve your quality control problems.
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Story links for April 13, 2012
Tech Corner: The Case for Buying Refurbished CMMs
Editor’s note: This four-part video interview with Juran Institute CEO Joseph DeFeo is hosted by Quality Digest’s CEO, Jeff Dewar.
In this episode of TechnorazziLIVE, we visit Hexagon Metrology’s North American headquarters in North Kingstown, Rhode Island, and present the first-ever look at something new for the shop floor, the Brown & Sharpe SF CMM. We also show off the features and benefits of the OPTIV Classic multisensor measuring machine as well as Hexagon’s ubiquitous PC-DMIS software platform.
Story links for March 30, 2012
Field Report: Quality Expo and WESTEC
Story links for March 23, 2012
Use the Charts for New Conversations
Plus: An interview with Davis Balestracci
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