About the presentation
There are a multitude of considerations when choosing the right metrology system, such as an optical comparator or a multi-sensor vision system. Following some straight-forward guidelines for selecting a system will serve machinists and quality control (QC) inspectors well. It’ll also help avoid making costly procurement mistakes. Primary factors include examining budget, application requirements such as accuracy and speed, facility environment, QC data collection objectivity vs subjectivity, and user skill. It’s also important to review the capabilities of the metrology system's software suite and how its features complement the user's application requirements. Automation solutions should also be a consideration, as automation is increasingly being deployed to improve productivity and throughput, such as capturing discrete points on a part's profile to be built into the inspection process as programmable steps.
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Meet your presenter
Greg Maisch has been with The L.S. Starrett Co. for six years. He is an engineering manager and has an education in mechanical engineering. Prior to that, Maisch was an enlisted Marine.
About the company
The L.S. Starrett Co., together with its subsidiaries, engages in the manufacture and sale of industrial, professional, and consumer products worldwide. The vast portfolio of more than 5,000 products can be grouped in the categories of precision measuring tools, saws, metrology equipment, precision ground stock, granite, job-site and shop tools. Starrett markets its products through distributors to companies in the metalworking automotive, aviation, marine, and farm industries, as well as do-it-yourselfers and tradesmen.