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gaging

[′gā·jiŋ]
(nucleonics)
The measurement of the thickness, density, or quantity of material by the amount of radiation it absorbs; this is the most common use of radioactive isotopes in industry. Also spelled gauging.

gauging

The addition of a measured quantity of material to lime mortar in order to modify its properties.
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Unlike other suppliers, Control Gaging creates made-to-order measurement equipment products, all under one roof.
because they aren't saving money by having manufacturing off shore," said David Hayes, president, Control Gaging.
If you have questions about small arms gaging, contact TACOM's Tausha Knowlin, DSN 786-7364/(586) 282-7364, or email: tausha.
Two-point or three-point--Having resolved the analog versus digital question, a further decision must be made: to purchase a bore gaging system with two anvil contacts or three.
These durable instruments can be mounted on a stand for rapid gaging of batch parts, are easy to use, but are limited by the small range of sizes that can be measured by each collet.
Before acquiring a particular gaging system, manufacturers should carefully assess whether or not the system can meet their general application requirements.
West Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84115 Phone: (801) 262-0651 Instrumentation: Electro-optical measurement systems to perform continuous, on-line gaging of continuous linear products, such as hose, tubing and rubber sheets Services Offered: Technical service
From not being accepted as a viable gaging solution, modular gaging has achieved the status as the "specified" solution for fixture gaging requirements.
TSO is a clear and remarkable advance in ultrasonic thickness gaging," Smith said.
Coupled with a gaging computer, the system facilitates data acquisition and analysis for statistical process control, he adds.
A window of opportunity is opening for in-process gaging.
Todays, microprocessor-based gaging systems actually boost quality and productivity by being integrated into the manufacturing process: They not only monitor, they control a growing number of metalworking operations.