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How to use Simple Geometry to Align Complex Machines – Part 2

Matt Settle
By Matt Settle on Feb 25, 2016 9:20:36 AM

Proper alignment is a core requirement for industrial processing equipment. In this blog series, we are learning to speak the "language" of machine geometry to bridge the communication gap between machinists and metrologists. By representing components as geometric entities, we clarify the alignment requirements and define which instrument is best suited for the task. 

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How to use Simple Geometry to Align Complex Machines – Part 1

Matt Settle
By Matt Settle on Feb 8, 2016 3:51:15 PM

In our previous post, we introduced machine geometry as a common "language" for machinists and metrologists to discuss precision alignment challenges. Defining machine components in terms of geometry allows each party to use terms and concepts everyone can understand.

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