ring gage


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ring gage

[′riŋ ‚gāj]
(design engineering)
A cylindrical ring of steel whose inside diameter is finished to gage tolerance and is used for checking the external diameter of a cylindrical object.
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If your part has a cylindrical shape, such as a ring gage, then the polar coordinate system is the most useful (Figure 2).
The ring gage was custom machined for WIT from solid carbide and ground to 20 millionths.
Major diameter: This can be checked by outside micrometers, go/nogo plain ring gages, or snap gages, as well as the Thread Trend System fitted with plain rolls.
First we scan a XXX ring gage, store the data, scan the ring again, compare the two scans, and see the difference as tolerance bands of about 20 millionths around a perfect circle.
Accuracy of the master-piece ring gage itself is 0.
A breakdown of the following gages is included in the analysis: height gages, depth gages, ring gages, and plug-and-bore gages.
Measurements require no ring gages for calibration and are not dependent on the dimensions or the 3D geometries of the individual features.
We sectioned them, we checked them with ring gages, with snap gages--on and on and on.
A variety of special threading tools from North American Tool include threading dies, thread plug and ring gages, solid carbide taps, carbide insert taps, thread mills, metric taps, coolant-fed taps, extension and pulley taps, DIN-dimensioned taps and Smart Cut tapping fluids.
Most boring gaging systems rely on the use of ring gages or masters as a means of setting.
The CMM can now be used as a 'soft gage' to replace traditional plug and ring gages and other more expensive form measurement instruments,"
Sporting a relatively small footprint, Lista cabinets are used to store tools of disparate sizes and shapes: reamers, endmills, wrenches, inspection equipment (such as ring gages and thread plug gages), and other line tools.