Bore Gages

Bore Gages: Articles

Mahr Federal Engineer Recognized by ASME

In a ceremony at the headquarters of Mahr Federal, long-time employee Frederick G. Parsons (left) is presented with the Patrick Higgins Medal by ASME's Steve Weinman in recognition for outstanding dedication and effectiveness in developing and promoting a broad range of standards in dimensional metrology, surface metrology and engineering specifications.(Click on photo to enlarge it)
Frederick G. Parsons was honored by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers with the Patrick Higgins Medal for outstanding service.


Bore Gages: Products

AccuPlug Bore Gage Systems Measure Aerospace, Automotive Parts

The plug is inserted into the bore to be measured and the reading can be observed on the indicator without the need for extracting anvils.  Therefore, it is a much quicker operation than measuring with 3-point gages and more accurate because there is very little travel of the contacts.  Since these are 2-point measuring instruments, they can also be used to measure ovality.
Advanced hand held ergonomics allied to an ingenious mechanical/electronic system render AccuPlug the easiest to operate Starrett bore gauging system to date. 


Transfer data values from calipers, micrometers, indicators, depth gages, height gages, bore gages, surface roughness testers, and laser scan into a PC using the new USB Input Tool Direct: USB-ITN® from Mitutoyo America.