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PLAIN PLUG GAGES (CYLINDRICAL)

The calibration procedure for inspecting cylindrical plain plug gages is written very generally. Experienced technicians should not need detailed
instructions for inspecting these very basic inspection devices. As noted before, entities needing to obtain QS-9000 certification do need detailed
procedures. More detailed information can be obtained from the following sources:

MIL-STD-120 Military Standard on Gage Inspection


MIL-STD-110 “Go” Plain Plug Gages
MIL-STD-111 “No-Go” Plain Plug Gages
ASME B89.1.5 ASME* Standard for Disk and Plug Gages
Inspection and Gaging by Kennedy, Hoffman & Bond published by Industrial Press.

* American Society of Mechanical Engineers

Accuracy requirements for plain plug gages can come from several sources. MIL-STD-110 and MIL-STD-111 list tolerances for a wide range of sizes of
“Go” and “No-Go” plain plug gages. ASME B89.1.5 also lists specifications for plain plug gages. A “drawing” may also be associated with a plain plug
gage. The “drawing” may or may not be an actual drawing. It can be a simple 8½ x 11 sheet with text describing the gage requirements and tolerances.
 
 
CALIBRATION PROCEDURE – HCJ MACHINE COMPANY PROCEDURE NO.
CP-8

SUBJECT: GAGE, PLAIN


PLUG

PROCEDURE

1.0 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

1.1 MIL-STD-110, MIL-STD-111 OR APPLICABLE DRAWING (CURRENT REVISION)

1.2 TECHNICAL MANUAL FOR SUPERMICROMETER, PRATT & WHITNEY, MODEL C

1.3 TECHNICAL MANUAL FOR LABMASTER, PRATT & WHITNEY

1.4 TECHNICAL MANUAL FOR LASERULER "METROLOGIST 14"

1.5 TECHNICAL MANUAL FOR SHEFFIELD CORDAX CMM

1.6 TECHNICAL MANUAL FOR CONTOUR PROJECTOR

1.7 CALIBRATION EQUIPMENT ACCURACY LIST

2.0 MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT REQUIRED

2.1 GAGE BLOCKS

2.2 SUPERMICROMETER, PRATT & WHITNEY, MODEL C


2.3 LABMASTER, PRATT & WHITNEY

2.4 LASERULER "METROLOGIST 14", PRATT & WHITNEY

2.5 SHEFFIELD CORDAX CMM

2.6 CONTOUR PROJECTOR

3.0 PROCEDURE

3.1 VISUALLY INSPECT SUBJECT GAGE COMPONENTS FOR OBVIOUS DAMAGE OR


EXCESSIVE WEAR THAT MIGHT AFFECT THE FUNCTION OF THE GAGE.

3.2 ASCERTAIN THAT THE IDENTIFICATION DATA IS CORRECT.

3.3 USING SUPERMICROMETER OR LABMASTER, MEASURE THE OUTSIDE


DIAMETER(S) OF THE PLUG.

3.4 INSPECT ANY APPLICABLE LENGTH REQUIREMENT USING THE CONTOUR


PROJECTOR, LASERULER OR CORDAX CMM AS APPLICABLE.

3.5 WHEN APPLICABLE, INSPECT ANY RADII OR CHAMFERS USING THE CONTOUR
PROJECTOR.

3.6 ACCEPT/REJECT ACCORDINGLY.

3.7 UPDATE GAGE RECORDS.

APPROVAL REV. X
CP-8
INITIALS DATE: X-XX-XX
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