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23Jun/16Off

New Thread Check Catalog

Thread Check Inc., is proud to announce the release of our 2016 Precision Gage Solutions catalog with over 180 pages of precision gages, measuring instruments and technical information. Our new catalog is available for download or in an electronic book format for easy use. The new catalog has links to www.threadcheck.com where our customers can shop on line, request quotes and view hundreds of technical articles. Use the table of contents to quickly turn to the product selection of your choice. Use electronic book marks for the pages you visit frequently. The new electronic catalog works across all platforms including tables and smart phones.

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Thread Check Catalog 2016 Cover

 

 

8May/15Off

Adjustable Limit Snap Gages

Adjustable limit snap gages provide a quick and easy attribute method of checking outside diameters, groove diameters, or width dimensions by having the go and no go elements set into the snap gage. Thread Check offers 4 assorted frame styles of snap gages with sizes ranging up to 8 5/8. Larger frame sizes are quoted upon request. The anvil gaging contacts on the snap gages are adjustable and can be set to various sizes within a range. The anvil gaging surfaces are made of hardened ground and lapped tool steel. Marking discs are supplied on all snap gages. Thread Check’s standard snap gages are progressive in design. The work piece should enter the go limit and stop at the no go limit which is towards the back. Other designs are double ended and single purpose snap gages.

The snap gage works like a fixed caliper once it has been adjusted and set to a maximum and minimum size limit. To use a snap gage the upper anvil should be used as a reference point on the work piece. The gage should be pivoted with the upper anvil acting like a hinge and the lower anvil gaging the work piece. The plane of the snap gage should be perpendicular to the centerline of the work piece. The user must be careful not to tip or angle the snap gage which could create a false measurement. Care should be taken to use gentle force when gaging work pieces with snap gages. Snap gages can be used to gauge work pieces still loaded in a machine or hand held at an inspection area. Snap gages can also be mounted in stands so that an inspector can use both hands to manage the work piece.

Specifications for Thread Check Adjustable Limit Snap Gages

Adjustable Limit Snap Gages

 

Frame Description:

  • Model A Style 104:
    Covering: Metric Range: 0-229mm / Inch Range: 0-9
    Has 4 plain cylindrical pins in hardened tool steel. All 4 pins are adjustable for maximum working range.
    Maximum parallelism error over adjustment range 0.005mm (frame size 1-6) or 0.008mm (frame 1-13X).
  • Model C Style 108:
    Covering: Metric Range: 0-219mm / Inch Range: 0-8.5/8
    Has a rectangular plate anvil and two opposing square headed anvils  - all in hardened tool steel.
    These gauges have the largest gauging surfaces and hence longest life.
    Maximum parallelism error over adjustment range 0.005mm (frame size 1-6X) or 0.008mm (frame 7-13X).
  • Model MC Style 102:
    Covering: Inch Range 000 - .760"
    Has a one peice rectangular anvil and two adjustable square anvils - all in hardened tool steel.
    These gauges have the largest gauging surfaces and hence longest life.
    Maximum parallelism error over adjustment range 0.005mm (frame size 00 - 0 ).
  • Model U:
    Covering: Metric Range: 0-210mm / Inch Range: 0-8.1/4
    Has knife edge anvils and is based upon the C Type frame - steel only.
    These are typically used for measuring external grooves.
    Standard anvil width and depth 2.4 x 4.7mm.
    Miniature range anvils are 0.8 wide x 2mm deep.

https://www.threadcheck.com/snap-gages/

For more information to purchase snap gages contact Thread Check Inc.

631 231 1515
info@threadcheck.com
www.threadcheck.com