Fundamentals of Dimensional Metrology
This revised edition covers the physical principles and evolving technical capability of modern dimensional metrology in both metric and English systems. Students will understand the need for dimensional metrology, the applications of statistics and the techniques and devices used in dimensional metrology. Historical and biographical information has been increased so the student will understand and appreciate the interrelationships of modern day manufacturing techniques and dimensional metrology in the global market. Chapter summary and review questions reinforce the material for better learning.
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