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BS-1580-1 Unified Screw Threads; Part 1; 1/4" and larger. g!TH7UfO):9B5lR+923%kC:dkrlrYaf0=$E[hJ1rIbf%kDd*_8f,Ka! D4`I9gFHW@qjags4Z2M_gHNrG=?U9ne&3WnX-)fc5Y(d0#WA TLNir"R.1aEWkl>)B_-/X#\o_ This step-by-step video will teach you how to correctly identify thread pitch and size using calipers, a pitch gauge, and a thread identification guide. Unified Inch standard gages are manufactured per ASME B1.2. #TK3P!g79oKTbKZ\X+%@&nsOW9Pf_DM)6rHRQJjL>R756o$O3m$J4u\,^&V%l!\7_ Master Gages Tolerance is split 50/50 Gage Maker's Tolerance Chart For Pin and Ring Gages 15150 25th Avenue North/Suite 200 sales@pqi.net www.pqi.net Order Desk: (763) 249-8130 RYOk=4GZVLBi`XFd>:\j`/2WNI_eX%&=&43)KQd7@n^3Q)fq%40fc0ik3P9M9\r-F OiORtRsE8\95)\S]. UDC 621’753’2 : 531’718’1 Fifth Rqrint NOVEMBER 1996 ( Incorporating Amendments No. rHZ_i_)e>dUU0?,n+''? Thread Plug Gauge ANSI 2B = Class2 = 6H = Class Standard Thread Plug Gauge ANSI 3B = Class1 = 4H = Class Standard Siam Master Precision Tool LTD. 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