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Author Topic: Calibration for Dummies  (Read 457 times)

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Calibration for Dummies
« on: 06-05-2020 -- 13:53:48 »
Trying to not reinvent the wheel here. Needing to come up with a training guide/presentation regarding calibration. What it is, why it's needed, why equipment owners need to know their process requirements and how that translates to proper test equipment usage and choice, etc. Anyone have anything like out there or know a good resource to reference?

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« Last Edit: 06-07-2020 -- 01:50:09 by bAdbOb »
A.  F.   PMEL 72-81
Malmstrom 73-75, Ramstein 75-77, Edwards 77-81

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Re: Calibration for Dummies
« Reply #2 on: 06-08-2020 -- 13:20:30 »
Very cool...I'll give them a look. Thanks.

 

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