height gage

height gage

[′hīt ‚gāj]
(engineering)
A gage used to measure heights by either a micrometer or a vernier scale.
(graphic arts)
A C-shaped device for measuring foot-to-face height of printing type or mounted printing plates.
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They included, among others, the Eagle line of aluminum and tempered steel electronic calipers, the TESA-Hite height gage, and the TESATronic electronic measuring gages.
Granite surface plates and a digital height gage, as well as several functional hard gages, are provided in each cell.
Brown & Sharpe Mfg Co's Digi-Hite Plus electronic height gage features programmed routines to speed up and simplify complex measuring functions.
Federal Products Co highlighted its Formscan circular geometry, Surfanalyzer surface-measurement, and Laser Height Gage systems.
Micro-Hite [R] 2D electronic height gage makes two-dimensional measurements, such as external, internal, and distance dimensions, plus perpendicularity, flatness, straightness, centers, and diameters.
Micro-Hite [R] two-dimensional electronic height gage can measure external, internal, and distance dimensions as well as perpendicularity, flatness, straightness, centers, and diameters.
Tenders are invited for Vernier Height Gage Range 0-18 Inch Similar To Make Mitutoyo Model No 514-105.
Among the various gages covered in this study, the height gage and plug-and-bore gage have the biggest shares.
An operator is using Height gage #A to measure a step height having a customer tolerance of 25.
REFLEX software allows the PFX to be configured as a caliper, micrometer, height gage, dial indicator, or CMM, in either the DCC or manual mode, by selecting icons on the operator interface.
Still in the midst of up-grading its ISO 9001 Certification to a higher level, it elected to install a Swiss-made height gage to effect the change--the Trimos V-600 electronic height gage.
Three size models of the Mestra-Touch Trimos 1D/2-D height gage handle measuring ranges up to 50", each having a resolution of 0.