TECHNOLOGY CHASES PRODUCTION: PRODUCTIVITY FLOWS FROM CNC MACHINING
ARTICLE FROM MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING, FEBRUARY 2008 ISSUE
Measuring and documenting critical dimensions of machined parts is an issue facing many plants and shops, regardless of the size of parts to be gaged.
For measuring large-size bores up to 20" (508-mm) diam, Marposs designed a fabricated gage nose piece carrying measuring contacts, into which a handle containing the measuring apparatus is mounted.
Bob Harman, Product Manager for the TESTAR Division in Marposs Corp., Auburn Hills, Mich., interviewed by Manufacturing Engineering.
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