A List of Advanced Equiment to Support Your Project

Quality Control Inspection Equipment

To deliver high-precision components to you, the Beska team has invested a series of inspection instrument to support your project: CMM, vernier caliper, height gauge, profilometer, micrometer, Go/No-Go Gage, profile projector, dialgauge, R gauges, Angle Ruler, etc.


CMM(Coordinate Measuring Machine): CMM is one of the most advanced and accurate quality inspection equipment. As the machine’s name suggests, it detects and collects data along the X, Y, and Z axes. It allows the machine to measure parts with high precision and obtain accurate data.

CMM Equipment for Quality Control


Vernier Caliper: We often apply vernier caliper to measure the components when these parts have not that tight tolerance. Compared with CMM machines, it is a more convenient measurement tool for engineers. This tool consists of a main ruler and a connected sliding vernier caliper. We can use this tool to measure the length, inner diameter, outer diameter, and depth of parts. At the same time, we also need to pay special attention to protect this measurement tool to avoid loss of accuracy. For example, we cannot use this tool to measure parts with rough surfaces, and when placing this tool, we have to take special care not to place this tool with other tools to avoid scratching. Usually, we use special bags to store these tools.

Vernier Caliper for Quality Control


Height Gauge: We usually use height gauge to mark items at a specific height. There are currently three types of height gauges, which include vernier altimeters, dial altimeters, and digital counter altimeters. Different types of height gauge have their own advantages. There are also different sizes of height gauge. The smallest size of height gauge can be used to measure parts smaller than 12 inches. At the same time, one of the main advantages of an height gauge is its flexibility to meet your various measurement requirements with accuracy.

Height Gauge for Quality Control


Profilometer: How to measure the surface roughness of the machined components? Profilometer will be an ideal choice for you. At Beska, we often use a slide profilometer because it is portable, inexpensive, easy to use, and sturdy enough.

Profilometer for Quality Control


Micrometer: It is a portable and high-precision measuring tool with calibration screws. We often use it with other measuring instruments such as dials and vernier calipers to measure the thicknesses between two faces of machined parts. It can be used to measure the parts of small diameters up to 1.65 mm.


Go/No-Go Gage: The tool consists of two threaded components with different diameters. The test result of the component at one end is acceptable, and the test result of the other end is unqualified. It is a convenient tool for the operators to check the in-process components to ensure their accuracy quickly.

Go/No-Go Gage for Quality Control


Profile Projector: It helps us a lot when we need to see small defects on parts. It can precisely record the required dimensions by projecting the image to the operator. This effectively zooms in on every detail of the component, giving you a clear picture of the product to avoid potential defects. In the automotive industry, we can use this tool for checking surface deformation of automotive products. For example, a car bumper with tiny scratches and dents on the surface.







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