December 6, 2018

Making a Quality Control Tolerance Gauge! WW227

Making a Quality Control Tolerance Gauge! WW227

We wanted to make a QC device that would check parallelism on our Mod Vises. Not only did this gauge need to be accurate, it needed to be something anyone could use. After 2 previous iterations, here we are! Let's walk though the process of designing, milling, and possible future modifications. Has anyone else made product-specific quality control devices? Let us know in the comments below!
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