ASME B89.1.6

Measurement of Plain Internal Diameters for Use as Master Rings and Ring Gages

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Organization: ASME
Publication Date: 1 January 2002
Status: active
Page Count: 36
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This Standard is intended to establish uniform practices for the measurement of master rings or ring gages using horizontal methods. The standard includes requirements for geometric qualities of master rings or ring gages, the important characteristics of the comparison equipment, environmental conditions, and the means to assure that measurements are made with an acceptable level of accuracy.

This Standard does not include measurement methods for rings below 1 mm (0.040 in.). The measurement method on these very small rings should be agreed upon prior to manufacture or calibration between the manufacturer/laboratory and customer.

Document History

ASME B89.1.6
January 1, 2002
Measurement of Plain Internal Diameters for Use as Master Rings and Ring Gages
This Standard is intended to establish uniform practices for the measurement of master rings or ring gages using horizontal methods. The standard includes requirements for geometric qualities of...
January 1, 1984
Measurement of Qualified Plain Internal Diameters for Use as Master Rings and Ring Gages
This Standard is intended to provide and establish uniform practice for the measurement of master rings and ring gages to a given tolerance by means of a two-jaw internal comparator. It includes...

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