Robert E. Parks
The Precision Engineering Division of NIST sponsored a workshop in mid-August to get input from U.S. industry on how NIST could more fully support industry's metrology needs. From the invitation, the workshop's goal was to "...help identify specific needs within U.S. manufacturing industries...for measurements and standards support from NIST which is not currently being provided at all or is being provided in forms or with accuracies insufficient to those needs."
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Publish Date: 01 November 1992
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