Setting gage | Article about setting gage by The Free Dictionary
setting gage[′sed·iŋ ‚gāj]
A standard gage for testing a limit gage or setting an adjustable limit gage.
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Tool length adjustment (Fig 3) is performed using a special setting gage
(B) before shrinking the tool into the chuck.
For go/no-go applications, the air gage is usually calibrated with both masters or setting gages
set for both tolerances.
All gage parts and master setting gages
are manufactured from stainless steel for long wear and good dimensional stability.