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    Pin gage with a handle 426 G

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    Introduction

    • For use as setting standards for indicating measuring instruments
    • For checking the parallelism and straightness of rulers on measuring and control plates
    • For testing the distances between axes, tapers and other workpieces in conjunction with parallel gage blocks
    • For determining the pitch diameter of threads or pitch circle diameter on gears.
    • etc.


    Product features

    • Gage steel, hardened, multi-aged, ground and lapped
    • Grade 1
    • DIN 2269
    • Manufacturing tolerance ± 1.0 ?m

  • Image

    Pin gage with a handle 426 G

    Image

    Introduction

    • For use as setting standards for indicating measuring instruments
    • For checking the parallelism and straightness of rulers on measuring and control plates
    • For testing the distances between axes, tapers and other workpieces in conjunction with parallel gage blocks
    • For determining the pitch diameter of threads or pitch circle diameter on gears.
    • etc.


    Product features

    • Gage steel, hardened, multi-aged, ground and lapped
    • Grade 0
    • DIN 2269
    • Manufacturing tolerance ± 0.5 ?m

  • Image

    Pin gage with a handle 426 G

    Image

    Introduction

    • For use as setting standards for indicating measuring instruments
    • For checking the parallelism and straightness of rulers on measuring and control plates
    • For testing the distances between axes, tapers and other workpieces in conjunction with parallel gage blocks
    • For determining the pitch diameter of threads or pitch circle diameter on gears.
    • etc.


    Product features

    • Gage steel, hardened, multi-aged, ground and lapped
    • Grade 1
    • DIN 2269
    • Manufacturing tolerance ± 1.0 ?m

  • Image

    Pin gage with a handle 426 G

    Image

    Introduction

    • For use as setting standards for indicating measuring instruments
    • For checking the parallelism and straightness of rulers on measuring and control plates
    • For testing the distances between axes, tapers and other workpieces in conjunction with parallel gage blocks
    • For determining the pitch diameter of threads or pitch circle diameter on gears.
    • etc.


    Product features

    • Gage steel, hardened, multi-aged, ground and lapped
    • Grade 0
    • DIN 2269
    • Manufacturing tolerance ± 0.5 ?m

  • Image

    Pin gage with a handle 426 G

    Image

    Introduction

    • For use as setting standards for indicating measuring instruments
    • For checking the parallelism and straightness of rulers on measuring and control plates
    • For testing the distances between axes, tapers and other workpieces in conjunction with parallel gage blocks
    • For determining the pitch diameter of threads or pitch circle diameter on gears.
    • etc.


    Product features

    • Gage steel, hardened, multi-aged, ground and lapped
    • Grade 1
    • DIN 2269
    • Manufacturing tolerance ± 1.0 ?m

  • Image

    Pin gage with a handle 426 G

    Image

    Introduction

    • For use as setting standards for indicating measuring instruments
    • For checking the parallelism and straightness of rulers on measuring and control plates
    • For testing the distances between axes, tapers and other workpieces in conjunction with parallel gage blocks
    • For determining the pitch diameter of threads or pitch circle diameter on gears.
    • etc.


    Product features

    • Gage steel, hardened, multi-aged, ground and lapped
    • Grade 0
    • DIN 2269
    • Manufacturing tolerance ± 0.5 ?m

  • Image

    Pin gage with a handle 426 G

    Image

    Introduction

    • For use as setting standards for indicating measuring instruments
    • For checking the parallelism and straightness of rulers on measuring and control plates
    • For testing the distances between axes, tapers and other workpieces in conjunction with parallel gage blocks
    • For determining the pitch diameter of threads or pitch circle diameter on gears.
    • etc.


    Product features

    • Gage steel, hardened, multi-aged, ground and lapped
    • Grade 0
    • DIN 2269
    • Manufacturing tolerance ± 0.5 ?m

  • Image

    Pin gage without a handle 426

    Image

    Introduction

    • For use as setting standards for indicating measuring instruments
    • For checking the parallelism and straightness of rulers on measuring and control plates
    • For testing the distances between axes, tapers and other workpieces in conjunction with parallel gage blocks
    • For determining the pitch diameter of threads or pitch circle diameter on gears.
    • etc.


    Product features

    • Gage steel, hardened, multi-aged, ground and lapped
    • Grade 0
    • DIN 2269
    • Manufacturing tolerance ± 0.5 ?m
    • from Ø 5.01 mm inscribed with diameter on the end face

  • Image

    Pin gage with a handle 426 G

    Image

    Introduction

    • For use as setting standards for indicating measuring instruments
    • For checking the parallelism and straightness of rulers on measuring and control plates
    • For testing the distances between axes, tapers and other workpieces in conjunction with parallel gage blocks
    • For determining the pitch diameter of threads or pitch circle diameter on gears.
    • etc.


    Product features

    • Gage steel, hardened, multi-aged, ground and lapped
    • Grade 1
    • DIN 2269
    • Manufacturing tolerance ± 1.0 ?m

  • Image

    Pin gage with a handle 426 G

    Image

    Introduction

    • For use as setting standards for indicating measuring instruments
    • For checking the parallelism and straightness of rulers on measuring and control plates
    • For testing the distances between axes, tapers and other workpieces in conjunction with parallel gage blocks
    • For determining the pitch diameter of threads or pitch circle diameter on gears.
    • etc.


    Product features

    • Gage steel, hardened, multi-aged, ground and lapped
    • Grade 0
    • DIN 2269
    • Manufacturing tolerance ± 0.5 ?m

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