Dimensional and Visual Inspections:
Our inspections are performed in customer site to compare the actual condition of a manufactured or supplied part or component to the nominal condition as defined by engineering drawings and blueprints, customer or government requirements, templates, CAD models , or even a master tool or part:
- First Article Inspections
- Receiving Inspections
- In-process Inspections
- Final Inspections
We offer calibration services you can trust for accuracy and consistency:
- Calipers – There are several different types of calipers designed to measure length, depth, internal, and external dimensions. Calipers can also be used to transfer dimensions from one object to another.
- Bore gages – Take an internal diameter measurement or compare to a pre-determined standard.
- Fixed gages – Used only to compare an object to a standard, fixed gages can measure attributes such as angle, length, radius, bore size, thickness, and other parameters.
- Micrometers – These dimensional inspection hand tools can use mechanical, digital, laser, dial, or scale technology to precisely measure length, depth, thickness, diameter, height, roundness, or bore.
- Protractors – Measure angles with a variable protractor or compare the angle of an object to a standard with an angle gage.
- Indicators – The precision movement of a spindle or probe is amplified so the results can be displayed digitally or on a dial or column.
- Air metrology instruments – Thickness, depth, diameter, roundness, taper, and bore can be measured by calculating changes in pressure or air flow.
- Height gages – Electronic or mechanical, these devices are used to measure or compare the length of an object.
- Thread gages – The spacing, shape, size, and geometry of a thread can be verified or measured with a thread gage. (Go/no go)