Exposing the Myths of Industrial Precision Measurement Control
About this book
The goal of today's industrial facility is to exceed their customers' expectations for quality in the products they produce, and the foundation for meeting that goal is the measurements (or control of the measurements) system used to determine the status of the quality. This book examines what national and international standards actually say, and don't say, about the application and control of inspection, measurement, and test equipment. In easy-to-follow detail, it discusses how to build a strong system that meets both the letter (and the intent) of these standards by designing, developing, implementing, and maintaining an inspection, measurement, and test equipment control system as required to achieve and sustain ISO, QS, or TS certification.