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  • Advances in Hand-Held Ultrasonic Thickness Gages with Live Color Waveforms (A-Scan) (.pdf)
    the thickness of the test. part, i.e. .250 in. Later gages offered additional innovative features such as probe. recognition and Automatic Gain Control (AGC). Probe recognition automatically sets up. the gage to match the electronics to the new transducer. AGC is a commonly used. function to automatically
  • The Adjustable Snap Gage is a Versatile Tool for Taking OD Measurements on the Shop Floor (.pdf)
    against rapid changes in tem-. perature; and master regularly. For. large production runs, it makes sense. to purchase a master disc the size of. the part. For small runs, use stacked. gage blocks. Make sure they have been. wrung properly and observe the other. basics of block care and usage
  • Understanding Test Uncertainty Ratio (TUR)
    such as gage blocks, fixed mass and fixed resistors, would not be practical. to adjust. For this type of equipment, the user must understand the implications and. use either certified values in their measurement process or make adjustments in. confidence levels of their measurement process. There may
  • Maximizing Accuracy in Microinch Measurement
    temperature increase. Likewise, a 100mm steel block will grow 1.2 microns per °C. Therefore, calibrating gage blocks requires the same care as calibrating thermometers. MAXIMIZING ACCURACY. MAXIMIZING ACCURACY. in. MICROINCH MEASUREMENT. Stephen R. Noonan. PRATT & WHITNEY. MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS, INC
  • Driving to the Finish (.pdf)
    align a portable. surface finish gage onto a short land without damaging. the sensitive probe is nearly impossible. Thus, the need for. dedicated hand gages to assist the operator in making these. important checks. Systems are available for each of these. major components. the enGine block
  • Impulse Response of 900-Series Biaxial Clinometers Jewell
    The impulse was generated by rotating the clinometer through an angle of 3.4 degrees by pulling a gage block out from under one end of a Model 791 Tiltmeter Calibration Plate. The test was reproduced at three different temperatures using clinometers with undamped (non-viscous liquid) and critically
  • Utilizing Laser Technology in Dimensional Metrology Applications
    include: · Why Labmaster® Instruments use Lasers. · Helium-Neon Laser and its Traceability. · Setting the Scale Factor (Mastering). · Re-Datum Frequency. · Recommended Master Gage Blocks and Ring Gages. · Uncertainty Analysis. · Time Study
  • Impulse Response of the 59579-02 Wide-Angle Sensor
    in the opposite direction. The initial tilt. a gage block out from under the tooling ball at one end of a. overshoot increases with step size. Model 791 Tiltmeter Calibration Plate. The Model 59579-02 sensor is suited for all wide-angle tilt. The tests were performed at room temperature, about. applications

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