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4/13/2010

Portable or Bench Thread Inspection Systems

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The company’s full range of portable and bench inspection systems for external and internal threads incorporate functional and pitch diameter measurements for UN, metric, NPT and other thread forms.   Also featured is the Centrax inspection system for verification of cylindrical runout or concentricity.

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The company’s full range of portable and bench inspection systems for external and internal threads incorporate functional and pitch diameter measurements for UN, metric, NPT and other thread forms.
 
Also featured is the Centrax inspection system for verification of cylindrical runout or concentricity. For medical users, the company offers a thread inspection system for the verification and in-process control of reverse-angle buttress threads commonly used in anti-splaying medical devices, such as orthopedic implants

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