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Thread gage prints/tolerance tables

Thread gage prints/tolerance tables

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I am having someone try to make a thread gage out of a special material due to property requirements. Are there prints for thread gages or just tolerance tables? I also prefer my gages to be reversible style and not taperlock style. Example a 2-56 2B thread, where would I find a print of all the features or the best source for all the information needed for the tool maker?

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Ryan M
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RE: Thread gage prints/tolerance tables

ASME B1.1 Unified Inch Screw Threads (UN and UNR Thread Form) and ASME B1.2 Gages and Gaging for Unified Screw Threads will have the dimensions you need. If you have not selected a source, then try a company that specializes in thread gages. Here are two good ones:

http://greensladeandcompany.com/

http://www.johnsongage.com/

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