USING A TELESCOPING GAGE
Loosen the knurled nut (1) at he end of the handles (2).
Slightly tilt telescoping gage (3) 5 to 10 degrees and lower
into object to be measured.
Tighten knurled nut (1).
Remove gage by pulling across center line as indicated by
Take measurement only once. Repeated
attempts will produce an inaccurate reading.
Measure gage setting with an outside micrometer. (To use
an outside micrometer, refer to chapter 7 in this manual.)
USING A THREAD CUTTING TOOL GAGE
Place the proper gage (1) over the tool (2). The tool must
mesh properly with no light showing between the tool and
Use a 29 degree angle as a guide when grinding cutting tool.
After tool fits the angle
USING A FILLET AND RADIUS GAGE
A double-ended radius gage blade (1) is used to
check the inside comer or fillet (2) of a machined
part. Each blade can be locked in position by
tightening the clamp.
These gages can be used in any position and at any
angle for both inside and outside radii.