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Please Help! Thread Gage Calibration / Verification Instruction needed

Hello folks,
I am looking for a simple instruction on how a thread gage should be calibrated and or verified on a biannual basis. Example being a thread gage manufactured by Grenfield a M8 x 1. 25-6H – Go PD 7.188 NoGo PD 7. 348. Hope someone can help!
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Hello folks,
I am looking for a simple instruction on how a thread should be calibrated and or verified on a by annual basis. One example being a thread gage manufactured by Grenfield a M8 x 1. 25-6H – Go PD 7.188 NoGo PD 7. 348.
Hope someone can help!
Thanks,
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Re: Thread Gage Calibration/Verification "NEEDED"

thank you for your quick response.

Good answer... less work for me.

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I am looking for a simple instruction on how a thread gage should be calibrated and or verified on a biannual basis.
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Re: Thread Gage Calibration/Verification "NEEDED"

Didn't find any examples of "Procedures" but found this website which is also a database and has procedures:

http://www.jblsys.com/GAGEtrak/CalPro/CALPRO.HTM

No pricing I could find in regards to software.

Maybe cover BradM, might have some type of procedure since that was his business before.

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A cheap source:
http://www.msi-viking.com/detail.asp...rid=AMTMA-2965

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Re: Thread Gage Calibration/Verification "NEEDED"

Hey Coury!

Thread gauges are a bit out of my expertise. Wes Richardson is fairly familar with them I think.

Not sure if the OP has access to GIDEP. I am sure they would have some procedures.

I believe thread gauges have previous threads that may be of assistance.

Confused about Calibration Tolerances of Plug Gauge, Ring Gauge & Snap Gauge

Suggestions for thread rings and plugs - Old and not used for years

There are other threads here and on the ASQ site.
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Hey Coury!

Thread gauges are a bit out of my expertise. Wes Richardson is fairly familar with them I think.

Not sure if the OP has access to GIDEP. I am sure they would have some procedures......
I guess since you owned and operated a Calibration house (I believe) in your years before your current status, you may have been able to help with this one. But since thread gages are a special niche maybe someone else might be able to help.

Thanks for the connecting threads. I checked out GIDEP and didn't really find something, but maybe I didn't look in the right place.

Hopefully Wesley will visit soon.

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