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Introduction

Semi-Automatic Gauging Stations are often used with Part Specific Fixtures to measure multiple parameters.

Multi Gauging System

  • Typically used in high volume precision parts between processes. e.g. OP-10 machine with gauge checking parameters for the parts being produced.
  • Gauging Stations are kept next to the machine, to eliminating part movement. Cycle times are generally ⅓rd of the machining time. This also gives ample time for the operator to load & unload parts from the gauge.
  • These systems are used to provide closed-loop feedback for auto-correction.
  • We provide on-site service and support for gauge maintenance. Customers often keep all necessary spares' stock to achieve Zero downtime.

Componants Include

Multi Gauging Stations are often used with Part Specific Fixtures to measure multiple parameters.

Components & Features

Keshrup Systems offers PC Based Gauging Solutions.

These solutions help customers to collect high volumes of inspection data from many sources viz. Keyboard entry, Serial Port communication, in-process Text File generation, Digimatic Instruments, Analog Instruments, LVDT Probes, Laser Sensors, Vision systems etc. Components include :

  • Engine Blocks
  • Cylinder Sleeves
  • Pistons
  • Connecting Rods
  • Cam and Crank Shafts
  • Small engine shim selection and assembly gauges
  • Fuel Injector Components
  • Rocker Arms
  • Heads
  • Pinion Gear Blanks
  • Race Bearings
  • Rotors
  • Bearing Spindles
  • Tie Rods
  • Spark Plugs
  • Transmission Plates
  • Turbo Charger Shafts
  • Engine Dampeners
  • Trans-axle Housings
  • Brake Rotors
  • Gears
  • Shaft
  • Tablet Punch

Features measured include all Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) type requirements for very tight tolerance features including :

  • Inner Diameter and Outer Diameter Featuress
  • Dynamic Inner Diameter and Outer Diameter Averages
  • Dynamic Inner Diameter and Outer Diameter - Minimum and Maximum
  • Dynamic Run-outs
  • Parallelism
  • Flatness
  • Perpendicularity
  • Roundness
  • Positions
  • Concentricity