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Inspection System Verifies Cutting Tool Geometries

IMTS 2018: Johnson Gage’s JCR runout and concentricity inspection system enables verification of cylindrical runout.

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Johnson Gage’s JCR runout and concentricity inspection system enables verification of cylindrical runout. The system can be used with an optical comparator or by itself for verification of geometries in cutting tool products. It incorporates precision datum rolls, an upper tension roll assembly and integral axial stop pins to assure proper part staging and gage accuracy.

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