Scanning benefits, not costs Apr 01, 2002 The decision to add a high-speed-scanning CMM should be based largely on what it does, not how much it costs. Tracing the path of feature recognition Mar 01, 2002 Advancements in feature recognition are shaping tomorrow's CAM systems. Signature sensing Feb 01, 2002 New sensor puts its John Hancock on real-time torque measurement A matter of control Feb 01, 2002 Universal controller expands research capabilities at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Cutting fiction from fact Feb 01, 2002 Are old wives' tales holding back a productive tool? The search for university Aug 01, 2001 New software may change how companies view digital inspection. A future in FLUX Aug 01, 2001 Four key industries rethink their metals of choice. Measurement takes a new vector Mar 01, 2001 Volumetric measurements on CNC machines just got cheaper and easier. Precision doesn't always equal accuracy Nov 01, 2000 The gage you use to check your product may be precise, but is it accurate? Perhaps not as accurate as you think, according to Paul Sagar, president of Albion Devices Inc., Solona Beach, Calif., a manufacturer of... Titanium takes to the road Oct 01, 2000 NEW PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY MAKES TITANIUM ATTRACTIVE TO AUTOMAKERS.