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2/8/2010

Thread Inspection Systems

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 The company features its full range of portable, bench, external and internal thread inspection systems.

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The company features its full range of portable, bench, external and internal thread inspection systems. These systems incorporate functional and pitch diameter size measurements for UN, metric, NPT and other standards. Also featured is the “Centrax” inspection system for verification of cylindrical runout or concentricity in manufacturing and inspection applications. For medical users, 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 devices such as orthopedic implants.

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