I need some help from anyone with experience in lab mass calibration to assess my gloat of the day. I have acquired a rice lake weight set without certification and I'm hoping to move them on to a good home. The set ranges from 10# all the way down to 1/32 of an ounce and it's such a spiffy case at first I thought it was a clarinet or other musical instrument. I know the machining content is minimal here but they certainly beautifully finished lumps of stainless steel.
Any ideas on how to go about getting certification for them or where I might go to peddle them? Sorry I don't have photo capabilities so you may not take my word for it but I got them for three bucks and if Ebay is any indication they may be thousands of dollars for a new set. I lurk here just about every day for at least a little while but I seldom post or comment. I never like to expose my ignorance for public inspection and I'm hoping for kindness from strangers here, but I've got no clue where to turn and this is easily the smartest room I know on the net. Where else can I get tips on configuring my scanning electron microscope in real time???
thanks in advance,