gage point

gage point

[′gāj ‚pȯint]
(design engineering)
A point used to position a part in a jig, fixture, or qualifying gage.
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City Manager, Jason Gage points out previous site investigations had substantially miscalculated the groundwater flow rate and time it would take for the contamination to reach the city's water supply.
The os5500, which is built around fiber Bragg grating (FBG) technology, will help to measure displacements of up to 450mm between two gage points on the surface of a specimen or structure over long durations of time.
On his free guided walks, Gage points out passing whales and native plants as he explains the area's tortured geology and native history.
Each concentric specimen was instrumented with gage points spaced at 50-mm (1.
Gage points out the destruction of the third high-rise, World Trade Center 7, a 47-story skyscraper which was not hit by an aircraft, yet came down in pure free-fall acceleration for more than 100 feet, a significant fact that NIST has been forced to admit, due to research conducted by AE911Truth petition signers.
And while the flexibility of web-based learning can enable manufacturers to grow talent internally, Gage points out that on-line learning also allows students to cover course material at the rate best suited to his or her individual learning style.