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3 Big Risks You Are Taking In Calibration

By Phil Wiseman
August 15, 2018
, By Phil Wiseman
August 15, 2018

 
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Thermal Inertia and Calibration

By Phil Wiseman
June 20, 2018
, By Phil Wiseman
June 20, 2018

 
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What Is A Bore Gage?

By Phil Wiseman
March 23, 2018

        As a calibration company we often faced with the challenge of what do you call it. Cylinder Test. Hole Test. Bore Mic. Holtest. Internal Micrometer. Hole Bore Gage. Telescoping gage. What Is A Bore Gage?
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3 Big Mistakes When Changing Calibration Intervals

By Phil Wiseman
March 19, 2018

 
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What Is A Snap Gage?

By Phil Wiseman
March 10, 2018

 
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3 Reasons You Get Mad At Your Calibration Company And How To Fix Them.

By Phil Wiseman
December 06, 2017

 
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Kaizen and Calibration

By Phil Wiseman
November 06, 2017
, By Phil Wiseman
November 06, 2017

        In simplest terms Kaizen means change for the better.
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What you need to know about Z540 and Calibration.

By Phil Wiseman
September 13, 2017

        ANSI Z540.3 - Requirements for the Calibration of Measuring and Test Equipment- offers very specific guidance for a proper calibration program.  
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3 Things Your Auditor Expects You To Do With Your Calibration Report

By Phil Wiseman
September 05, 2017
, By Phil Wiseman
September 05, 2017

        An audit is an great opportunity to build trust and credibility. They also can be stressful when you are caught off guard with questions or requests that you did not expect. This is often true in regards to calibration whether it be an...
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Out Of Tolerance-To Adjust, Or Not To Adjust

By The Metrologist
August 21, 2017
, By The Metrologist
August 21, 2017

    A Look at Adjustment Thresholds and Risk Tolerance Throughout my career in metrology, I’ve heard a large number of opinions on adjustment thresholds. Everything from “only adjust it if it’s out” to “adjust every time” are common practices...
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