Before the advent of computer based measurement systems gauges had to be made accurately and precise. Unfortunately the manufacturing methods used were time consuming and costly. With the aide of computer compensation, most manufactures are opting for more cost effective methods of manufacturing measurement equipment. They develop less accurate machines and compensate for the inaccuracies within the software.
The downside of low cost manufacturing is durability. Many inexpensive machines though accurate in the early years, lack dependability in later years. In many cases the machines have a shorter life expectancy and require more frequent calibrations and repair.
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