Monthly Archives: January 2009

YouTube Video on AS9102

It’s interesting how companies are using the Internet as a means to promote products. There is a campy video that’s been uploaded to YouTube that makes fun of the fact that many companies implement the AS9102 standard in many differing

Engineering Education in the US

I came across an interesting article about engineering education in the US.  Evidently, 50% of US engineering students dropout: The United States graduates about 70,000 engineers each year, and another 30,000 with advanced engineering degrees… On average about 50% of

AS9102 Software

I’ve been evaluating some of the software that has emerged over the past couple of years that enables aerospace companies to reduce their cost of complying with the SAE AS9102 standard for first article inspection.  It looks like one of