CMM Dimensional Inspection Services

For over 35 years, Made to Measure has performed Dimensional Inspection—originally as an in-house metrology lab—to ensure machined parts were within tolerance. Now, as an ISO/IEC 17025:2017 accredited independent metrology lab, we offer CMM measurements to ensure integrity in quality control.

We take great care in comparing the actual condition of manufactured parts, components, tooling and dies to the nominal condition as expressed in 2D drawings, 3D Models—and even the master product or tooling. The precision measurement services are we offer are referred to by many names, and all of them fall under the category of dimensional inspection services, including:

• Dimensional Metrology
• Product Evaluation
• Inspection Services
• Parts Inspection

• Metrology Services
• Layout Inspection
• Validation
• CMM Inspection

• Contract Inspection
• Measuring Services
• Verification

Inspection and Measurements Methods & Approaches

Made to Measure Metrologists have provided dimensional inspection for companies in most industries including aerospace, medical, plastics, metal fabrication and automotive. Because all components are uniquely engineered and manufactured, Made to Measure employs many different methodologies and approaches to capture dimensional nuances of the design. Dimensional inspection services offered through our metrology lab include:

• Non-Contact Inspection
• Optical CMMs
• Visual Measurement Machine (VMM)
• Laser scanning
• Visual Inspection

Capability Studies & Statistical Analysis
SPC (Statistical Process Control)
• Gage R&R
• PPAP (Production Part Approval Process, AQQP, Annuals)
• Form & Roundness Testing

Contour Analysis 2D & 3D
• Model based definition
• Part-to-CAD comparisons
• 3D best-fit

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Highly Experienced & Educated Staff

At Made to Measure, we have a saying that the ruby ball is no better than the CMM it’s attached to. Furthermore, we know very well that the CMM—or any metrology equipment for that matter—is only as good as the metrologist operating it. That’s why all Made to Measure metrologists go through extensive training and certification to ensure that we provide superior measurements and reports that are based on objective and thorough dimensional data that our customers can depend on.

All Made to Measure Metrologists are ultimately trained and/or certified in several areas of Metrology including:

  • ASME GDT&P Certification
  • GD&T Fundamentals & Advanced Principles
  • AUKOM I, II, III & AUKOM GD&T Training
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Metrology Equipment Usage
  • CMM Software
  • Solidworks

Our team is made of individuals from diverse manufacturing, quality, and engineering backgrounds. Metrologists, at Made to Measure, have extensive professional experience with mold making, tool making, mechanical engineering, and manufacturing engineering. Plus, our team can speak a total of 6 different languages—including Spanish, German, Polish, Bosnian, Korean, and Hindi.

Independent 3rd-Party Metrology Lab Services at Made to Measure

The environmentally-controlled laboratory at Made to Measure is equipped with a wide array of equipment to handle nearly any dimensional inspection project. Whether your concern is tight tolerances, high volume, complex geometries, or extreme dimensions, we have the equipment you need to measure to the tolerances you require.

Every day, our diverse team of seasoned metrologists have extensive experience with Coordinate Measure Machines, Vision Measurement Machines, Lazer Scanners, Optical Comparators, Profilometers, Optical Comparators, CT Scanners, Manual Tools & Gages & more.

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Quote Your Dimensional Inspection Service Today

Are you ready to get the precision measurements you need? We’ll be glad to teach you more about our CMM machines and our dimensional inspection services when you contact us online or give us a call.

If you’re ready to take the first step towards integrity in quality, upload your relevant files below. Our team will help you approach your concerns tactically to ensure a balance of accuracy, timeliness, and cost.