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Go No Go Gauge Products

A go no go gauge is typically used in manufacturing settings to quickly check to see if an item is within the allowed tolerances. While it does not return an actual measurement it does allow an operator to know whether something is acceptable or unacceptable. To utilize a go no go gauge the operator must test a piece at both ends. An acceptable piece should pass the “go” test and fail the “no go” test.

One form of go no go gauge, a snap gauge, is built to offer this test by utilizing anvils at opposite ends of a “C” shaped frame. Some snap gauges offer anvils at multiple locations, allowing the operator to determine whether the artifact passes or fails both with one tool.

Go no go gauges also come in both non-threaded smooth varieties, such as a pin gauge, or threaded versions which check threaded connections. The benefit of go no go gauges is the ease of use as they require very little skill or interpretation to use correctly.

Cross Precision Measurement offers a variety of go no go gauges from the brands you know and trust such as Vermont Gage, Glastonbury Southern Gage, Mitutoyo, and Starrett. Contact our expert sales team to see which go/no-go gage is right for your application.

Benefits of Cross Company Go No Go Gauges

There are many benefits to choosing Cross as your go no go gage supply company. Through our strategic partnerships with industry leaders and reputable manufacturers, we’re able to bring the highest quality products to our customers. This helps our customers optimize their production processes, ensure product quality, and guarantee accuracy in production equipment.

When it comes to dimensional metrology equipment, we know that the choices may seem overwhelming. That’s why we work directly with all of our customers to determine the product that would most benefit their unique needs. It’s also why we offer post-sales support to our customers to make absolutely sure they’re getting the value required from the dimensional metrology product. Or if our customers know the exact product they need, we’re happy to provide them with the product that they know works for them.

We can help optimize your production process by providing

Quality tolerance checking tools

Non-threaded and smooth offerings

Snap gauges and other varieties

Easy-to-use equipment

And much more

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Go No Go Gauge Calibration Services

When it comes to tools like go no go gauges, high quality product manufacturing isn’t the only concern. You also need your go no go gauges to be accurate, reliable, and provide repeatable results every time. Being able to trust your equipment is a necessary component in an optimized production process, and inaccurate tools can cause major problems down the line. This can include declining quality control, less satisfied end users, and even potentially extended downtime. These are all things we want to help you avoid.

One of the main ways we help our customers trust the accuracy of their dimensional metrology equipment like their go no go gauges is to provide expert calibration services. For any of the precision measurement tools you get from Cross, we can also provide documented, traceable calibration services. This ensures that when you get your go no go gauges, you know that they will be accurate

Interested in calibration services? Take a look at the ISO 17025 calibration services offered by Cross or contact one of our calibration experts today to learn more.

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Why Cross Go No Go Gauges?

At Cross Precision Measurement, our goal is to always provide our customers with the dimensional metrology equipment that they need. Whether it’s air gages or portable CMMs, we want to provide you with the metrological tools your operators need to succeed.

We’ve worked with a wide variety of operations, from local laboratories to large industrial complexes. And we’ve provided the same outstanding services to every one. These services can include pre-shipment equipment calibration, operator training on best practices for that equipment, and post-sales product support to ensure that you’re getting the most out of your new roughness gauge, caliper, 3D scanner, or any other tool from Cross.

In the industrial and manufacturing world, it’s always worth finding ways to optimize your process. That little bit of extra productivity can make all the difference in an increasingly competitive marketplace and can give you a competitive advantage over your competitors.

Between our products, calibration services, inspection services, and custom solutions, Cross Precision Measurement is a single-source dimensional metrology equipment and service provider to many in the industrial world. And we can provide those same world-class services and industry-leading products to your operation, too.

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Did you know… Cross Company is an ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plan). Our ESOP started in 1979 and as of 2006, we are 100% employee-owned! Learn more about our ESOP and how that benefits both team members and our customers.
Did you know... the precision measurement group at Cross was founded in 1939 by our current CEO's grandfather, Jim King. That's a whole lot of calibration!
Did you know... A fingerprint weighs about 50 micrograms. We know, we weighed it! The residue left from a finger can actually make a difference in weight results which is why we wear gloves when we calibrate weights. For reference, a sheet of paper is about 4.5 grams, that’s 4.5 million micrograms.
Did you know… Cross Company has grown significantly since our start in 1954. Over the years we've acquired 26 companies! Today, our five groups have expertise in everything from industrial automation to precision measurement, and industry knowledge going all the way back to 1939.