Each piece of measuring system is subject to a certain amount of variation. The following paper can be used as a guidelines in determining the precision, major problems, amount of variation of all gauging systems used throughout the manufacturing process. It will also provide a controlled structure for qualification and re-qualification of any such measuring systems used to perform measurement of product and/or process parameters
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Simona Duicu. (2018) The guidelines in determining the precision and amount of variation of gauging systems used in the manufacturing process. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering, 3, 65-70
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