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Becoming Certified to Calibrate Thread Gages

Becoming Certified to Calibrate Thread Gages

Becoming Certified to Calibrate Thread Gages

The Company I work for creates precision tools and aerospace parts. We frequently use Thread Ring Gages. We are constantly sending out our gages for calibration. I am wondering what ISO certification would certify us to calibrate our own gages, and what necessary tools are required to calibrate these ring gages. Thanks for your advice.

RE: Becoming Certified to Calibrate Thread Gages

I do not think you need separate qualification to calibrate your own gages. You need to follow standard procedure of calibration and use suitable master gages that are calibrated to National or International Standards. You may set the accuracy requirement as per your application requirement.

RE: Becoming Certified to Calibrate Thread Gages

I agree with tamal1475. We use mic trac by gagemaker to calibrate our gages in house.

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