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8 May 1971 The Need For Second-Generation Gaging
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Proceedings Volume 0170, Optics in Quality Assurance II; (1971) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.957017
Event: Los Angeles Technical Symposium, 1979, Los Angeles, United States
Abstract
As manufacturing engineers, we've made significant advancement in machine tool technology. in the past 20 years. We are well into the learning curve when it comes to the application of mini-computers, micro-processors, solid. state relay technology and optical measuring scales. Efficiency continues to increase and equipment up time ranges into the high ninety percents. In less than ten years, we can envision the complete obsolescense of the traditional magnetic relay control devices in use today.
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K. D. Greenlee "The Need For Second-Generation Gaging", Proc. SPIE 0170, Optics in Quality Assurance II, (8 May 1971); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.957017
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