Morehouse provides a variety of force training from in-person classes, virtual classes, and webinars to teach others how to measure better and achieve the best result possible with our tools. If you have any questions or need customized force training for your team, contact us at 717-843-0081 or email@example.com.
June 6, 2024
Measurements Gone Wrong: The Impact of Metrology Errors
Join us on June 6 at 10 AM for the 90-minute webinar, “Measurements Gone Wrong: Understanding the Impact of Metrology Errors.” This session will delve into the critical consequences of inaccuracies in measurement uncertainty, the fallout from improper calibration, cost-cutting measures, and other pivotal metrology topics. We will explore why understanding metrological concepts is vital, illustrated through real-world examples, and highlight practical cases. This webinar underscores the everyday relevance of understanding the correct requirements and how slight miscalculations can have far-reaching effects, from the materials used in your home to the seemingly insignificant cardboard of a toilet paper roll. This webinar is about learning from past failures so they do not get repeated.
The Force of Decision Rules: Metrology Meets Star Wars
Join us on May 2 at 10 AM for a unique and engaging 90-minute webinar, "The Force of Decision Rules: Metrology Meets Star Wars," by Morehouse President Henry A. Zumbrun. In this fun and informative session, we'll explore the complex world of decision rules in metrology with a creative twist – using the beloved Star Wars saga as our guide. This webinar will demystify decision rules using examples from 'Episode IV: A New Hope,' making the topic accessible and engaging, even for those who haven't ventured into the Star Wars universe. Concluding with a Q&A session, participants can engage with Mr. Zumbrun on metrology topics. Join us– no prior Star Wars experience is required!
Join us on April 11 at 10 AM for a comprehensive 90-minute webinar titled "Optimizing Universal Calibrating Machines." This session will enhance your understanding and skill in using Universal Calibrating Machines. Participants will explore the critical aspects of what makes a force machine effective. We'll explore common challenges in calibrating force-measuring instruments, introduce adapters that help reduce errors, and reveal strategies to achieve the best uncertainty results. The webinar concludes with a Q&A session with experts. Whether you're a seasoned professional or new, this webinar is an essential resource.
Are you struggling to find answers to your force calibration questions? Unsure about multi-axis load cell adapters? What indicator is best for your setup? You're not alone. Manuals and chat rooms often fall short, leaving you without clear answers. And we know, in our field, mistakes can be costly. So, where do you turn for reliable help? Our 'You Have Questions, We Have Answers' webinar on March 7 at 10:00 AM would be great. This free interactive webinar session is your chance to get clear, expert answers to your toughest questions. Whether it's about load cells, adapters, or other metrology challenges, our panel of technicians and industry experts are here to help. Say goodbye to endless searching and hello to direct solutions. This is one of many free webinars we host throughout the year. This session is limited to 100 participants, so register today.
Introduction to Force Calibration Part 2: Continuing the Journey
Introduction to Force Calibration Part 2: Continuing the Journey. Building on the foundations laid in Part 1, the second session of our Introduction to Force Calibration webinar series on force calibration. Set for February 22 at 10:00 AM, this webinar is an essential continuation for those who joined us on February 8. We'll pick up where we left off and explore key topics like measurement traceability, accuracy versus uncertainty, force calibration systems, and measurement risk. Designed with beginners in mind, Part 2 aims to enrich your understanding and skills in force calibration. Join us as we continue to explore this critical field in precision measurement.