angle gauge

angle gauge

[′aŋ·gəl ‚gāj]
(civil engineering)
A template used to set or check angles in building construction.

angle gauge

A template used to set or check angles in building construction.
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It features a G force meter, steering angle gauge, brakeforce gauge, lap timer and torque/power curves for bringing out the sportier side of any driver.
Use a digital or mechanical angle gauge (AccuRemote Digital Electronic Magnetic Angle Gauge Level, $30 at amazon.
Precision angle measurement is compulsory for engineering at various levels of precision, and therefore many artefacts and instruments such as angle gauge blocks, optical polygons and rotary tables are used for angle metrology.
If you want to check that out, just put an angle gauge on the face of the breechblock and insert a long straight piece of metal that fits into the firing pin recess.
Of course, what bowhunters really needed was a rangefinder that included an angle gauge and a mini computer to divide the line-of-sight distance by the secant to give the shooter a readout of the horizontal distance--instantly.
It gave good results and was the only product in our test to feature an angle gauge, too.
Versatile Technology specialists in test and measurement solutions from Melbourne, Australia, have developed the ARF-099 Flange Angle Gauge, designed to measure the flange angle on a variety of plastic retortable containers/cups for the packaging industry.
The hoof gauge, or angle gauge, will not tell you or your farrier if the angle is proper for your horse.
The MTWIST base configuration features inputs for torque and angle, plus an analog input for an angle gauge or an unspecified input.
The Wixey Digital Angle Gauge is available at woodpeck.