SWYTStop Wasting Your Time (internet slang)
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According to Dr Swyt, the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences' assessment of state-of-the-art conventional machining indicated that tolerances had decreased by a factor of five during the decade of the 1980s.
According to the account by Taguchi cited by Mr Swyt, "quality in the operation of an automobile door as perceived by customers correlates with the variations in, the force required to open the door.
Swyt, Quantitative sub-micrometer linewidth determination using electron microscopy, SPIE 275, 100-108 (1981).
Swyt, Challenges to NIST: the impact of tightening tolerances in the U.S.
Swyt, Summary Report of NIST/MSC Workshop on Trace-ability in Length, NISTIR 4757, Natl.
Swyt, New concepts in precision dimensional measurement for modern manufacturing, in Control and Dynamic Systems, Vol.
Swyt, Design, Tolerancing and assembly of micrometer-tolerance assemblies, NISTIR 5615, Natl.
Swyt, Technical Directions of the Precision Engineering Division 1997-2001: Roadmaps for the Division's Research, Measurement Services, and Standards Committee Activities, NISTIR 6218, Natl.
Swyt, The uncertainty of dimensional measurements made at non-standard temperatures, J.