Bad Practices, Part 22

Here are three more related to “test equipment” that you should guard against.

Bad maintenance practices tend to sneak into the way things get done. Here are three more related to “test equipment” that you should guard against:

Bad Practice #59 — Thinking of Test Equipment Calibration as a Luxury.

This defies logic. A maintenance department exists out of recognition that equipment performance degrades. The rationale for the very existence of the maintenance department also justifies maintaining test equipment. And unles

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