Tag Articles : Metrology

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  • High Precision Metrology Instruments for Multi-Part Measurement

    Monday, July 8, 2019 |

    Taylor Hobson has extensive experience working with manufacturers of precision components with high volume product outputs, where measurement inaccuracies and production errors can have significant cost ramifications. However, measuring individual components and extrapolating data to determine respective batch quality is both time-consuming and ineffective.

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  • Fuel Cell Measurement
    Fuel cell measurement

    Monday, July 8, 2019 |

    A fuel cell combined with a motor replace the need for an engine. Hydrogen fuel cell technology is becoming increasingly important in the automotive industry

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  • Assessing the Surface Metrology of Orthopaedic Implants

    Monday, October 22, 2018 |

    Surgical implants represent some of the greatest steps forward in medical innovation of the last century. Orthopaedic surgeons routinely custom-build medical implants to replace missing joints or bones in the skeletal structures of patients. Dental implants comprised of artificial veneer material and a false, titanium root are increasingly commonplace. Cardiothoracic surgeons can replace damaged or diseased tissue in the human heart and implant false heart valves with life-saving ramifications.

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  • What are Form Measurements?

    Monday, October 8, 2018 |

    A form measurement is conducted to determine the overall shape of an object under test, which may refer to its flatness, straightness, parallelism, roundness, or cylindricity. This is critical for ensuring that the component will fit in the end-product application, which is in turn key for ensuring product performance and maintaining customer satisfaction.

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  • Form Talysurf PGI NOVUS with environmental chamber
    Metrology Instruments: Outlining the New Form Talysurf® PGI NOVUS

    Wednesday, September 26, 2018 |

    Form, roughness, and topography are most commonly measured using contact metrology instruments, which acquire surface profiles by moving a sensitive stylus across the measured component in a pre-defined direction. A diamond tip with micrometre (μm) dimensions acquires variations in resistance to applied pressure, but this is typically limited to variations across a single plane.

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