CMM Services

Since 1985, Made to Measure has provided customers with professional dimensional inspection reports, calibration and engineering services across a broad range of industries. All ISO 17025 Certified Labs are not the same. All of our metrologists are AUKOM certified and come from diverse manufacturing and engineering backgrounds. We continually invest in our technologically advanced and environmentally controlled lab, and in educational training to retain our leadership in the fields of design, contour analysis, surface analysis, manufacturing and contract inspection.

We are equipped for anything:

  • Fifteen high accuracy CMM’s with capabilities up to 200” x 110” x 75”
  • 3D Laser Scanning & CT Scanning
  • Video optics measuring systems (VMM)
  • Roundness, Formtracer, Surface Finish and Hardness Testers with a full complement of conventional inspection tools
  • Engineering driven problem solving; If something is just not going together, we can usually find out why

Measurement

CMM Services

Programming

Reporting

CMM Training

Certified CMM Programmers can set up your CMM equipment at your facility or at our own lab in Chicago.

While it may not be full time job, companies still need an experienced, knowledgeable programmer to set up their CMM program correctly to ensure it’s using the right datums and best styli for the job at hand. We can send an expert metrologist to your facility, program your CMM machine and even train your staff!

Our metrologists are knowledgeable in many measurement software programs.

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Comprehensive Data for Long-Term Solutions

Balloon Drawings

Drawings are ballooned at Made to Measure, or can be provided by the client to speed up the process.

Easily Identifiable Tolerances

If there is data out of spec, or ‘out of tolerance’, the corresponding value on the report will turn red.

Traceable Methods

All of our dimensions are traceable to their method. For example, if Metrologist A used ‘VC J007’ and Metrologist B used ‘VC J008’, their individual dimensions can be traced back to the machine or tool they used to get the data. Each dimension is marked individually to ensure accordance with ISO 17025. Read more

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