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May 2012
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Red Bull Technology and the portable measurement secrets of maintaining pole position


Rising to meet the measurement challenges of the next two decades.
By Kamal Hossain, Director of Research and International at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL)

Model-based definition - how the NavAir Advanced Measurement Systems and Reverse Engineering Lab helps keep US naval air power flying. By C.H. Bush


Bringing simplicity to high resolution industrial microscopy, the Olympus DSX series of opto-digital microscopes combine advanced optics, electronics and knowhow

Precision servo inclinometers help RUAG Space successfully complete rigorous testing of its innovative satellite Thruster Orientation Mechanism (TOM).


Engineers at the U.S. National Renewable Energy Laboratory use LMS Test.Lab to perform modal testing on next generation wind power systems


A global aerospace survey of Nadcap accredited suppliers show that Nadcap improves quality.


BAE Systems’ advanced titanium machining facility, Salmesbury, ramps up for the for F-35 programme with a  focus on accuracy using precision tool presetters


Using FT-IR spectroscopy for efficient characterization of multicomponent materials. By Stephen Lowry and Mike Bradley, Thermo Fisher Scientific


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