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Jeremy S
posted 24 April 2001 05:47 PM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Our company is currently using a Pratt and Whitney model A super micrometer for doing our calibrating of plug gages. I am currently trying to fill out a request form for a new linear measuring device, all I have found are the new Pratt and Whitney Labmaster/Supermicrometers the Helios HelioCOM, and a couple models of the Mahr Measuring machines. I was wondering if anyone has any other suggestions for a device that can accurately (.00001 or better) measure (threaded and plug) ID, (threaded and plug) OD, indicators, and maybe even micrometers, but that isnât necessary.

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posted 25 April 2001 08:41 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for rock   Click Here to Email rock     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I may have some suggestions but would rather discuss them outside this forum. My email address is in my profile.

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