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In the United Kingdom, a rarely used slang term for 100,000 pounds.
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Typical gages are made from constantan (A alloy) or Karma (K alloy) foil.
Unused gages must be in their sealed bags, show no damage and have a completed PA Form 3023, Gage Record, with them.
The property so intrigued the Gages that they delved into deeds, tax records and genealogical information in Grafton and Shrewsbury and produced an article titled, "The Search for the Roots of a 200-Year-Old House" that was published in 1977 in The New York Times.
Compact and easily portable, the gages can be mounted right at machining stations.
(NASDAQ: SPSS) has debuted Gage Manager software, a precise way to monitor gage calibrations and assess the effectiveness of measurement systems in manufacturing.
Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility (Gage R&R) is a procedure frequently used to assess the statistical properties of a gage and the operators who use the gage.
Clean and lube gages. A dirty or rusty gage won't give an accurate reading.
Thus, the designated "action team" will use traditional tools, such as a Pareto analysis, to determine the first gages that will be evaluated.
The scoop on gages is in TB 43-180, Calibration and Repair Requirements for the Maintenance of Army Materiel.
The problem with that idea is that these machine guns are considered NOT READY/AVAILABLE if they don't have their gages or their gages haven't been calibrated in a year.
Most boring gaging systems rely on the use of ring gages or masters as a means of setting.
We made gage ID easy with an ID tag, NSN 5810-01-393-2942.