height gage

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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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The angle of repose attachment comprises a 100 mm diameter circular test platform with a digital height gauge. having a range of 0-300 mm and an accuracy of 0.03 mm.
Additionally, Tool Assistant can be interfaced to an 8" digital height gauge for one button tool measurement and offline tool height presetting.
"One idea that could be looked at is a height gauge in front of the tower, that would not allow vehicles of certain heights to pass through.
The table was also equipped with an automatic height gauge. This gauge "sees" when a sheet is slid onto the table and then lowers the table slightly to get ready for the next sheet.