Comprehensive reports and analyses are provided for master tools and templates such as those used in the aircraft industry, for tracing and duplicating machines, matrix tools for compressor and turbine wheels, and complex optical lenses.
Master tools can be measured either in our laboratory or on-site. For adjustable master tools, adjustments can be made based on the initial measurement and re-measured until within acceptable limits. Master tools that cannot be adjusted can be measured for initial compliance (such as when first made) or checked for wear periodically as the tools are used.
Detailed calibration reports include profile analysis (as required), actual versus nominal readings, and before and after readings in the case where adjustment is possible and needed. Reports include a Certificate of Conformance and are NIST traceable.
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