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Technologies

Our laboratory employs a vast spectrum of available and proprietary technologies including numerous manual and automatic CMMs, many with multi-sensor capabilities, and high-resolution mass scanning. Sensoring includes many contact and non-contact methods including variable pressure touch-trigger and continuous contact probes, vision with advanced edge detection and articulated lighting, laser, white-light fringe pattern, ultrasonic, hall-effect, and variable reluctance transducer.

We can measure with resolutions below .000001 of an inch, lengths over 30 feet long, parts weighing over 1 ton, data collection at rates in the thousands of points per second, on materials ranging from paper to manmade sapphire.

Recent News

Happy Holidays from everyone here at Q-PLUS Labs!

December 2016: Wishing you health and happiness this Holiday Season and prosperity in the New Year. Click here to view our holiday greeting from the dedicated staff at Q-PLUS Labs!

Q-PLUS Labs approved for DPD by GKN

November 2016: GKN issues Q-PLUS Labs approval for Quality Assurance Standard for Digital Product Definition (DPD) at BOEING Suppliers which outlines uniform specifications for supplier control of digital product definition data and software. Since GKN is one of Boeing's key suppliers, this approval is highly authentic and further supports that Q-PLUS is ready for Boeing supplier dimensional inspections requiring the use of DPD. This approved status is an honor and helps further assure our customers that Q-PLUS Labs maintains the highest levels of competence for model based inspections.

Join Q-PLUS Labs at the 2016 Design-2-Part Show!

October 2016: You're invited to Design-2-Part, the largest Design & Contract Manufacturing show in Southern California! The show features more than 300 manufacturing and service categories for the metals, plastics, rubber, and electronics industries. Visit Q-PLUS Labs in the Long Beach Convention Center at Booth #358 - Oct. 26 & 27. Click here for Free Registration.

GKN Approval