9 Tips to Ensure Your Metrology Lab is PROBLEM-FREE
When it comes to inspection and measurement, attention to detail is indispensable. There are plenty of factors that can affect the accuracy of the measurements, and the quality of the lab environment is definitely something to consider.
Metrology labs come in different sizes, depending on the type of parts being inspected, but no matter what you are inspecting, there are a few things that should never be overlooked when setting up a new metrology lab. In this first video of our new series entirely dedicated to Inspection and Measurement, our host and metrology expert Adam Young. discusses the top 9 things you should consider when designing a new lab space. Does your inspection environment meet the requirements?
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About the video series:
The metrology lab is a video series dedicated to all things inspection and measurement. Each episode will shed some light on the different aspects of this important manufacturing process and provide recommendations that will set you up to measure your parts accurately and consistently.
About the host:
Adam Young has worked in several facets of the metrology industry and is passionate about dimensional inspection. Adam started his career making mechanical drawings at a large tech company, but soon after, he transitioned into a role as a metrology engineer, entering the block hole known as metrology. Years later, Adam entered the software development space as a product owner for metrology software. These days, Adam still works hard to please his customers, putting his years of experience and technical expertise to work as the owner of Sentinel 3D Scanning.