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gaging

[′gā·jiŋ]
(nucleonics)
The measurement of the thickness, density, or quantity of material by the amount of radiation it absorbs; this is the most common use of radioactive isotopes in industry. Also spelled gauging.

gauging

The addition of a measured quantity of material to lime mortar in order to modify its properties.
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Air gaging--Offers a simple to use, maintenance-free answer to shopfloor bore gaging.
Features such as internal grooves, splines, threads and so on can be accommodated by companies that will manufacture measuring heads to enable the easy gaging of the trickiest of internal measuring problems.
One of the first parameters for selecting a particular gaging system is whether the application requires attribute- or variable-type part measurements.
Attribute gaging is generally indicated for applications where the life of the tool that generates the gaged characteristic is predictable, and where anticipated process variation is relatively low (producing a CpK or CP of 1.
Kurt developed an SPC/Gaging system that uses modular gaging for the foundation of all gages it manufactures.
This has been a tremendous aid to our customers who need to get a capable fixture gaging system on-line quickly for their production start-up.
Kurt also manufactures modular fixtures with digital or analog dial indicators, although Mr Stout says these systems account for less than 10% of the company's gaging business.
The cost savings possible using the modular gaging are illustrated by Allison Turbine Engine Div, which purchased seven modular fixtures to replace dedicated gages.
In grinding, where in-process gaging has been available for decades, less than a majority of machine purchasers today choose this option, probably a lot less.
The grinder can't compensate itself for process variation-that's why you use in-process gaging.
This is a tremendous boon to users," points out Walter Funke of Sheffield Measurement's Gaging Systems Operation, Dayton, OH.
Gaging systems also help you lengthen tool life, increase speeds and feeds, machine to closer tolerances, document quality, and satisfy customer demands.