Since 1889, the yardstick for measuring a ‘kilogram’ has been set by Le Grand K, a small cylinder of titanium alloy which is held in a triple locked vault.
Instrument calibration is one of the primary processes used to maintain instrument accuracy. Calibration refers to the act of evaluating and adjusting the precision and accuracy of measurement equipment and is intended to eliminate or reduce bias in an instrument’s readings over a range for all continuous values.
Manchester Metrology has just returned from a really successful Advanced Engineering show, held at the NEC Birmingham. Celebrating its 10th year the event proved to be extremely well attended with industry OEMs and supply chain professionals.
The team at Manchester Metrology would like to congratulate Sanya Majid on being awarded the prestigious Apprentice Star Award which she proudly received from the Apprentice Academy. Sanya was nominated for her outstanding work at Manchester Metrology.
The use of 3-D scanning in the construction industry has revolutionised the way projects are being designed, planned and implemented. Their advanced capabilities are enabling construction projects to run more effectively whilst also saving companies time and money.
With only three weeks to go until the final of the prestigious Pride of Tameside Business Awards, the team at Manchester Metrology is waiting in anxious anticipation! Finalist in not one but two categories; Manufacturing and Engineering Business of the Year and Sanya Majid as Apprentice of the Year it is proving to be a […]
Following the success of the recent TCT show at the NEC, Manchester Metrology is finalising any last minute preparations for their stand G6 at the Advanced Engineering exhibition. The two day event is being held at the NEC, Birmingham, on October 31st and November 1st. Advanced Engineering is your opportunity to meet and network with […]
Manchester Metrology celebrated its 10th anniversary on August 1st with an open day at our new premises in Ashton-under-Lyne. The 10 year anniversary coincided with a move to a new 5,300 sq ft premises, which is 5 times larger than our previous site. To celebrate this, we hosted a live metrology event which was attended […]
Manchester Metrology is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, so we’ve sat down with Managing Director and Founder Paul Bulman to find out what has contributed to Manchester Metrology’s success.
3D scanning and 3D printing have never been more accessible. Lo-fi methods have brought the technologies to the masses with mobile apps and self-replicating 3D printers, bringing the costs down dramatically.