2/28/2013

Mini In-Machine Gage

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The DF-F16 True-Diameter Gage is designed to verify part OD automatically in the machine.

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The DF-F16 True-Diameter Gage is designed to verify part OD automatically in the machine. With a repeatability of better than 0.0004", out-of-tolerance parts can be easily detected and eliminated from production runs before expensive waste or crashes occur, the company says. The miniature gage is specifically designed for smaller machines and tight work areas. It can measure diameters as large as 16 mm without taking up a position or affecting cycle time, and immediate, automatic actions can be triggered when defects are found.

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