Areas of expertise
- Length standards and dimensional metrology
- Calibration of dimensional artefacts
- CMM Measurement
- CAD Software
- Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
Lenice started work in a dimensional metrology lab to “help out” during the holidays . . . and 23 years later is still completely engrossed in the subject. As well as calibrating length standards and measuring instruments, Lenice has worked on a wide range of measurement projects. She analysed vegemite jar lids to enable a 30% reduction in production time and mapped the hull shape of an America’s Cup yacht. She modelled the tail panel and light surrounds for a 1968 GTX Plymouth show car when original parts were no longer available, and measured the electromagnet pole profiles for several synchrotron storage rings. Lenice has developed and presented training workshops in CMM measurement and GD&T, and loves teaching people all aspects of dimensional metrology.
Away from work Lenice enjoys travelling, cooking and true-crime podcasts!
Member of the Metrology Society of Australasia