DIN OR AGD – WHAT’S RIGHT FOR ME?   Introduction Din or AGD – What’s right for me – A longtime friend of mine from Russia once told me that eventually the US/UK would be metric and that we would get there “one inch at a time.” While we are not a metric country yet, the […]

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Roughness Measurement on Large Parts Introduction Roughness measurements on large parts are mostly critical and difficult to realize. In most cases, extensive efforts are necessary. Optimized holders for roughness drive units make these measuring tasks easy and fast. Large parts like engine blocks from emergency power generators, construction machines or ship engines, knuckles from trucks, […]

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Option Bevel Evaluation according to Bosch Standard Introduction Distances, geometric forms and acceptable tolerances are defined in technical drawings. According to the drawings, all parts can be produced. An edge which is the intersection between two surfaces is created in the production line as a radius, an edge or as an edge with an undefined […]

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STRIKING THE RIGHT CHORD FOR PARTIAL DIAMETERS Measuring the diameter of a hole is one of the most common measuring tasks in a production environment. In addition, given the kind and number of tolerances for diameters, there are many different gauging techniques available to do these checks. From calipers to air gauging and everything in […]

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