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Everything listed under: Metrology

  • One Probe to Rule Them all

    Unlike our friends in the "Lord of the Rings" Middle Earth, there is no metrology or CMM solution to ‘rule them all” for every customer’s different requirements, and that’s a good thing! Imagine if you were forced to measure turbine blades with high throughput and accuracy requirements using a fixed-axis scanning probe instead of a CORE Machine or REVO?Or what if small-businesses budgeted for a REVO system when they only required a simple touch trigger insp...  Read More...

  • X-Ray Vision

    Growing up, I always wished to have super powers like I saw in the movies. However, I spent more time trying to pick one then I did thinking about what I’d actually do with it. Time travel, invisibility, teleportation, flying, telepathy; how could I pick just one?   Read More...

  • Precision's "The Future of Metrology" Event a Great Success

      Wow what an event! It isn't often you get a chance to see first-hand all the latest technologies. That's what made Precision's special Lunch & Learn Open House, showcasing breakthrough technology now available in metrology, so incredible.   Read More...

  • Congress Makes Some Equipment Buying Tax Benefits Permanent

    Companies looking to continue keeping up with technology improvements by updating their equipment have new help in that approach. Congress has made a bipartisan move on tax policy that makes some tech, equipment buying tax benefits available for the long term. There is a range of benefits for companies, including making the enhanced version of the Section 179 deduction permanent.   Read More...

  • What is Metrology Close To?

    Measurement is that part of science that is nearest to religion, since in this area the scrupulous testing of right and wrong is the issue: one could say that measurement is the nemesis of any incorrect scientific theory and procedure. For this reason throughout history religious movements have appropriated to themselves the symbols of measurement, as expression of the absolute they are searching. But the history of metrology proves that one cannot study measures except in an atmosphere free fro...  Read More...