238 learners taking this course

Designed for Every Passionate Mechanical Engineering student to get updated about all aspects of Engineering Design, Quality, Automation, Manufacturing & Management

\$17.94

Learn How to use 30+ Mechanical gauges/instruments in this course. This course is more advance in a practical way.

\$1.56

Almost every company are concerned with Quality management in the process of introducing their work.

Leave a rating

## Introduction of Measurement

Free Preview

Author: GaugeHow Team

## Limit, Fit & Tolerance

Free Preview

Author: GaugeHow Team

A large number of parts of exactly the same dimension cannot be produced commercially. Actual dimension is always little larger or smaller than the desired ones. The desired dimension ofâĤ

## Linear Measurement

Free Preview

Author: GaugeHow Team

Watch the video lesson

## Angular Measurement

Free Preview

Author: GaugeHow Team

The concept of Angle comes from the circle. Actually, Angle is a part of a circle. We measure an angle in Degree or Radian. Usually, the primary objective of angleâĤ

## Comperator gauges

Free Preview

Author: GaugeHow Team

Watch the lesson video A device that compares the unknown length with the standard. Such measurement is known as comparison measurement and the instrument, which provides such a comparison, isâĤ

## Transducer

Author: GaugeHow Team

We know that the generalized measuring system consists of three functional elements(the transducer is the first stage): primary detector-transducer stage,intermediate modifying stage, andthe output or terminating stage. Each stage performsâĤ

## Temperature Measurement

Author: GaugeHow Team

Temperature is one of the seven fundamental units of measurement, unit of temperature in Kelvin(K). We use two types of scale in measuring temperature that is â 1.Relative scales [FahrenheitâĤ

## Pressure Measurement

Author: GaugeHow Team

What is Pressure? The pressure is the force extorted by a medium like liquids, gases, and solids. The pressure is measured by the force per unit area. So we haveâĤ

## Gear Metrology

Author: GaugeHow Team

Gears are transmitted power and motion in industries and machines, mainly used for torque multiplication. Gear also increases or decrease the speed of any system. This is widely used inâĤ

## Surface Metrology

Free Preview

Author: GaugeHow Team

Watch Video of this chapter Surface Metrology specifies the function of the surface. The important parameter is surface roughness. In manufacturing industries, a surface must be within a certain limitâĤ

Author: GaugeHow Team

According to ASTME (The American Society of Tool and Manufacturing Engineers) defines a screw thread as a screw thread is a helical ridge produced by forming a continuous helical grooveâĤ

## Optical Measurement

Author: GaugeHow Team

Optical measurement provides a simple easy accurate and reliable means of carrying out inspection and measurement in the industry. It is predominantly non-contact. So, once it is non-contact then, itâĤ

## Force & Torque Measurement

Free Preview

Author: GaugeHow Team

Watch Video of this lesson Force and Torque instruments are used to measure force, weight, and torque. We can measure torque and force by changing the sensor or transducer. TorqueâĤ

## Flow Measurement

Author: GaugeHow Team

Watch Video of this Chapter Flow measurement is essential in industries such as oil, power, chemical, food, water, and waste treatment industries. The flow quantity is determined by volume-flow rate,âĤ

## Introduction of Universal Measuring Machine

Author: GaugeHow Team

Watch video of this chapter

## Introduction of Coordinate of Measuring Machine

Free Preview

Author: GaugeHow Team

Watch Video of this Chapter