gage point

gage point

[′gāj ‚pȯint]
(design engineering)
A point used to position a part in a jig, fixture, or qualifying gage.
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According to USGI receiver drawing #7790189, the 60-de-gree groove on the left side should be 0.070-0.078" wide at the bottom and 0.149-0.153" wide at the top as calculated from the gage point, which is 0.0312 below the left side surface.
To investigate the influence of specimen geometry, surface-to-volume (S/V) ratio exposed to drying, the ring test procedure (i.e., DEMEC (DEmountable MEChanical) gage point locations), and surface sealing (axial versus radial drying) on free shrinkage, both prismatic (linear) and ring specimens were prepared.
The goal of the free ring test was to investigate the influence of the DEMEC gage point location and the sealing configuration (radial versus axial drying) on the measured shrinkage.
"Whether a company intends to hedge a risk or not, the first requirement of any effective currency risk management process is complete visibility into all sources of exposure," Gage points out.
Gage pointed to Cc and "reply all" options in email, which open up myriad opportunities for privilege violations.
The os5500, which is built around fiber Bragg grating (FBG) technology, will help to measure displacements of up to 450mm between two gage points on the surface of a specimen or structure over long durations of time.
Gage pointed to Cc and "reply all" options in email, which opens up myriad opportunities for privilege violations.
Gage pointed out her 2-year-old godson, the youngest of the crowd.
As Gage pointed out, the program benefits both schools in that A&T students can enroll in the Rowan-Cabarrus motorsports program, and Rowan-Cabarrus students can go on to A&T to earn a bachelor's degree in manufacturing systems with a concentration in motorsports.
On his free guided walks, Gage points out passing whales and native plants as he explains the area's tortured geology and native history.
Each concentric specimen was instrumented with gage points spaced at 50-mm (1.97-in) intervals along the full length of both sides of the concrete surface.
Once the concrete attained a compressive strength of 27.6 MPa (4,000 psi), the formwork was stripped, and a baseline measurement of the distance between each of the gage points on each specimen was taken using a Whittemore-style mechanical strain gage.