Why Machine Alignment Is Beneficial To Building Product Manufacturers

Starrett Precision Angle Plate

Product manufacturers and companies that produce building materials such as housewrap, fiberglass, flooring, fiberglass, wallboard, shingles, cores, and tubes can derive great benefits from shaft alignment of their machine equipment. There are many advantages associated with precision alignment of process lines and machine components.
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What Willrich Can Do For Repairs And Calibration Services

repairs and calibration services at Willrich

Repairs and calibration procedures should always be facilitated in an ISO/IEC 17025 standards laboratory. One that also comes with all the resources you need to ensure traceability for all of your lab standards. At Willrich Precision, you can count on us for repairs and calibration services. Whether you have electronic test or measurement equipment that needs to be repaired or calibrated, we’ve got your back. We are experienced in calibrating and repairing all makes and models of the aforementioned. Let’s find out more about our capabilities in this area.

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Best Practices for Rockwell Hardness Testing

Hardness, as applied to most materials, and in particular metals, is a valuable, revealing, and commonly employed mechanical test that has been in use in various forms for more than 250 years. As a material property, its value and
importance cannot be understated; the information from a hardness test can be used to provide critical material performance information and insight to the durability, strength, flexibility, and capabilities of a variety of component types from raw materials to prepared specimens, and finished goods. Hardness testing is widely used in a multitude of industries and plays particular significance in structural, aerospace, automotive, quality control, failure analysis, and many other forms of manufacturing.

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Gage Makers Tolerance Chart

Click below to download the Gage Makers Tolerance Chart

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British Thread Gages

The difference between system A and System B is as follows.  System A  is plus or minus a turn from notch location vs System B which uses the back face of the gage to check for maximum material.

These gages also come in truncated or full form.  The difference being is the truncated crest will allow you to check the pitch diameter but not the radius.  The full form allows you to check the radius of the thread.

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Thread Gage Design and Thread Gage Designations

Click below to download thread gage design information and Thread Gage designations. This applies to Thread Plug Gages and Thread Ring Gages

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