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Kinematics in Fixturing Design

Understanding and applying kinematics in fixturing design goes a long way to improving repeatability and accuracy. Read more and see examples.

SplitVis™: One Machine Vision Camera Does The Work Of Two

SplitVis™ technology is the ingenious concept that makes it possible for one machine vision camera to do the work of two by creatively using angled mirrors. This saves both cost and space in automated machine design.

Time For Some R & R

If you can't trust your measurement system, you can't trust the data it produces. Read about the basics of Gage R & R and why it's important.

Minimizing Abbe Errors

Abbe errors can dramatically affect machine accuracy, but there are ways to minimize them with careful machine design. Read how.

Using Line Scanning For Large or Cylindrical Parts

Using line scanning to capture a detailed image of either a large or cylindrical part has advantages. Find out what they are.

Scenes From A Show

Automate 2013 was a big success! Read about our experience and see a few photos from the show.

Bolts Flying

"It had 27 bins and the fasteners were flying! At first, they were flying all over the room." Watch the video to hear the story of one of our early machines, the Boeing Bolt Sorter, as told by our founder, Dennis Fritz.

DWFritz Precision Automation

Do you have an automation challenge?

Contact us at 800-763-4161 or email info@dwfritz.com for a free evaluation of your next automation project.

Accuracy vs. Precision

What is the difference between accuracy and precision? Find out.

GAMP-5: What is it?

GAMP (Good Automated Manufacturing Practices) lays out a set of principles and procedures that help ensure that automation equipment has the required quality. Read why this matters.

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