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November 11, 2009

Evolution of the “precision electronic scale”

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“precision electronic scale”

Originally, scales were called balances. Weight is a way of ordering and making sense of the world, and therefore precision is valued.  Thanks to the progression of computers we are able to create machines such as the “precision electronic scale”.
A “precision electronic scale” is invaluable in a number of situations.  If you are following a recipe, you need exact measurements. Similarly, a “precision electronic scale” is fundamental for weighing out money or stock with a monetary equivalent. In the construction industry a “precision electronic scale” can save lives. For example, you can set a maximum on pallet trucks to prevent them being overloaded with goods and becoming dangerous.

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