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Training Courses Topic Date Price
Implementing Metrology and SPC concepts with MS Excel

April 30, 2019   8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

September 23, 2019   8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

$395 Per Person
Force Fundamentals

May 01, 2019 - May 02, 2019   8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

September 24, 2019 - September 25, 2019   8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

$750 Per Person
New ISO 17025 Discussion on What's New 1/2 day course

May 03, 2019   8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

$250 Per Person
Advanced Measurement Uncertainty and New ISO 17025 Discussion

September 26, 2019 - September 27, 2019   8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

$750 Per Person
Special Offer for 3 1/2 Days of Training in May, 2019

April 30, 2019 - May 03, 2019   8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

$1150 Per Person
Special Offer for 5 Days of Training in September, 2019

September 23, 2019 - September 27, 2019   8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

$1395 Per Person

*Special Offer: Register for 3 training events (Implementing Metrology and SPC Concepts, Force Fundamentals, and New Iso 17025 Discussion) in 3 1/2 days for only $ 1150.00.*

*Special Offer: Register for 3 training events (Implementing Metrology and SPC Concepts, Force Fundamentals, and Advanced Measurement Uncertainty and New ISO 17025 Discussion) in 5 days for only $ 1395.00.*


Classes Abstracts

NCSLI Regional Presentation April 13, 2016

A2LA Force Presentation March 11, 2016

NASA Tech Briefs Webinar, Oct 28, 2015

Training video

Morehouse Load Cell Aligned vs Misaligned Loading Test

S Beam load cell Aligned vs Misaligned Loading

Force Measurement Error - Loading load cell against the base versus loading through the threads

Cable Length Comparison why 6 wire cable is better

Load Cell Error Demonstration With a Shear Web Load Cell

Webinar video

NASA Webinar: Measurement Traceability and Errors Related to Force Measurement

Webinar Topic Date Price
The Importance of Adapters for Best Force Calibration Results
60 min

October 30th, 2018 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern Time Zone

Anyone making force measurements should attend this webinar if they are not familiar with all of the sources of measurement error in relation to adapters. For example, using a top block for compression loading can produce up to a 0.5 % error if the end user is using something with a different hardness and/or flatness. Using the wrong pin size on a tension link can cause a 2 % error on a device with an accuracy of 0.1 % of full scale. We will discuss these and other errors associated with the use of the wrong adapters.

Free

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