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MET_309_Lecture__06_10_03_06 - MET 309 Nondestructive...

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MET 309 Nondestructive Testing Quality Assurance Lecture #6 (Chapter #12) October 5 th  2006 Notes taken from: Handbook of Dimensional Measurement 3 rd  Ed.   ISBN# 0-8311-3053-9
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Measuring Machines (Ch #12) Theoretical design requirements Traditionally surface plates are most  commonly used for inspection from datum  surfaces. Adaptability and accuracy Potential errors for complex parts The measuring machines have been  designed to combat these measuring  problems. 
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Measuring Machines Recent Trends: Combining mechanical instruments with  electronic sensing. Advances in optical displacement Numerical display of distances that originate  from each incremental part of the translational  movement by the instrument. The development of highly stable structural  materials.
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Measuring Machines Stationary instruments that employ their own 
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This note was uploaded on 08/25/2009 for the course MET MET309 taught by Professor Biekert during the Fall '06 term at ASU.

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