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4/9/2009

Thread Inspection Systems Ensure Dimensional Conformance

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Portable or bench external and internal thread inspection systems incorporate functional and pitch diameter size measurements for UN, metric, NPT and other thread forms subject to virtually all thread acceptance standards. The company showcases medical, aerospace and automotive applications that demonstrate how its gage thread inspection systems help ensure complete dimensional conformance of essential thread characteristics. They are useful for operations ranging from simple verification of assembly to complete process control systems for safety critical applications.

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Portable or bench external and internal thread inspection systems incorporate functional and pitch diameter size measurements for UN, metric, NPT and other thread forms subject to virtually all thread acceptance standards. The company showcases medical, aerospace and automotive applications that demonstrate how its gage thread inspection systems help ensure complete dimensional conformance of essential thread characteristics. They are useful for operations ranging from simple verification of assembly to complete process control systems for safety critical applications. In addition, the company offers a thread inspection system for the verification and in-process control of reverse-angle buttress threads, which are commonly used in anti-splaying medical devices such as orthopedic implants.

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