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Paul
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I am looking for Dial Gauge Calibration software which is QS 9000 certified and can run under windows NT. Any good suggestions will be welcomed.

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Jerry Eldred
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posted 25 January 2000 09:31 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Jerry Eldred   Click Here to Email Jerry Eldred     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I am drawing a blank on that one. My first instinct would be to call a vendor rep (such as a Mitutoyo office, etc.) or sales office for one of the manufacturer's. I am assuming you are referring to what I have normally called dial indicators.

If anyone else has particular experience in this, please feel free to add comments.

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