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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
SRG-4500 Global Industrial Phase Ii Machine & Tech Inc. Not Provided Phase 2 Srg-4500 Precision Surface Roughness Tester
SRG-4000 Global Industrial Phase Ii Machine & Tech Inc. Not Provided Phase 2 Srg-4000 Surface Roughness Tester
EMD-1500-321 Global Industrial Mahr Federal Inc. Not Provided Mahr Federal Pocket Surf Portable Surface Roughness Gage With 90 °0002"/5 µM Radius Stylus
EMD-1500-311 Global Industrial Mahr Federal Inc. Not Provided Mahr Federal Pocket Surf Portable Surface Roughness Gage With 90 °0004"/10 µM Radius Stylus
6910214 Global Industrial Mahr Federal Inc. Not Provided Mahr Federal Ps1 Pocket Surf Portable Surface Roughness Gage
178-561-02A Global Industrial Mitutoyo America Corporation Not Provided Mitutoyo 178-561-02a Surface Roughness Testers
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  • Surface Roughness Considerations
    With the growing use of advanced ceramics, there are many considerations related to surface roughness that aerospace and defense professionals should understand to ensure that a component is manufactured at a reasonable cost, delivered on-time, and with the ability to perform as designed. Surface
  • Measuring Surface Roughness and Texture
    . MEASURING. SURFACE. ROUGHNESS. AND TEXTURE. The nature of a part’s surface should be determined by. the part’s function: a surface that fulfills the engineering. requirements of the application, without wasting time. and effort on a higher quality finish than is necessary. Maintaining good control
  • Surface Smoothness: The Surface Roughness of Anodic Coatings Resulting from the MLT-II and MLT-III Processes are Analyzed
    The surface roughness of aluminum alloys anodized using the METALAST process has been measured and the results are summarized in this spec. The surface roughness is reported on the average of the results obtained from the four samples of each alloy with eight measurements evenly distributed on both
  • Surface Roughness
    Many parameters can be used to describe surface finishes and these are explained in ISO 4287 and ISO 4288. Those in most common use in the fluid power industry include: Ra, which is defined as the arithmetical mean deviation of the assessed profile. The inch equivalent parameter is CLA (centre line
  • Surface Roughness
  • Surface Analysis: Beyond Roughness
    Most discussions on the quality of surface finish revolve around the measure of roughness. Indeed, roughness is the most common measure of surface finish, and parameters such as average roughness (Ra) and mean roughness depth (Rz) are the most commonly specified. But the ways to measure a surface
  • Surface Measurement & Manufacturing
    applications as well. For example, high-pressure injectors—critical for high-performance diesel engines—demand an exceptional sealing surface, with a manufacturing process requiring optical measurement. Following the space shuttle Challenger disaster, optical sensors were used to analyze the roughness
  • Improving the Surface Finish of Reinforced Thermoplastics
    of. reinforced thermoplastics. Gloss and surface roughness. Both aesthetics and function of a reinforced. thermoplastic part are affected by surface finish. variables - the type of plastics being molded,. the combination of additives specified and the. processing conditions that have been set. Surface

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