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Pin gages are tools used to check if other tools respect their fabrication measurements. Let’s say that a tool has a hole of 1.35 inches with a variation of plus/minus 0.03 inches. You can take a pin gage with a width of 1.35 inches and push it inside the hole. Then you can test the hole with a pin gage with a width of 1.38 inches.

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#1: Pin gages are also known as go-no gauge.

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#5: Pin gages are inexpensive.

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From where should you buy these pin gages? They can be best bought from a reputable market leader like Thread Check Inc. . You need a dealer with experience that can serve you at the highest standards.

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