Gaging Fixture Systems
The Zero Spindle is a complete inspection system for checking concentricity, squareness, and roundness.
The Zero Spindle System features:
- Precision spindles accurate to less than .000025" T.I.R.
- Precision arbors for internal locating - plain, threaded, and splined diameters
- Precision chucks for internal and external locating - plain and threaded diameters
- Precision magnetic and tapped hole face plates
- Everything you need to build your own Zero Spindle Inspection Fixtures
ACCURATE: To less than .000025" T.I.R.
RUGGED: Suitable for the production floor
VERSATILE : Combine with arbors, chucks, face plates, or specially designed fixtures.
ECONOMICAL: Laboratory accuracy at shop floor prices.
Threaded Hole Locating Plugs & Centerline Flex Plugs
- Positive grip on flank angles regardless of threaded hole size. Center is concentric with threaded section within .0002" TIR for probe location of coordinate measuring machines.
- The .2500" +/- .0001" shank is concentric to the threaded section within .0002" TIR prior to slotting and may be used with micrometers or plate inspection setups as an "over-pin" measurement.
- Used with v-block, concentricity checks can be made with other diameters.
For concentricity and squareness applications, please email or fax Stark a part drawing at 330-966-5110.
Micrometers, Calipers, Circular Geometry Measuring Equipment, and Coordinate Measuring Machines require regularly scheduled calibration to insure accuracy and compliance to standards. Glastonbury Southern offers Surveillance Masters to meet these requirements.
- English - Range from 1/2" to 12"
- Metric - Range from 12.5mm to 300mm
- English - range from 1" to 6" outside jaws - 1/2" to 4-1/2" inside jaws
- Metric - range from 25mm to 150mm outside jaws - 12.5mm to 112.5mm inside jaws
Depth Micrometer Masters
- English - range from .50" to 11.50" in .0001" or .0002" accuracy
- Metric - range from 12.5mm to 127.50mm in .0025mm or .005mm accuracy
- Perpendicularity (squareness)
- Circular Flatness
- Run Out
- Used to calibrate and periodically check CMMs
- 3 different diameter checks
- Linear length check
- Squareness X to Y axis - then X to Z axis
- Measure at 45 degrees for a volumetric check
- More versitile and accurate than a traditional ball bar
- Calibrate the Z-axis on an optical CMM or vision system.
Portions of above text reproduced with permission of Glastonbury/Southern Gage.