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As an alternative to ring and plug gages, Superbolt decided to use Functional Thread Roll inspection gages manufactured by Gagemaker Inc, Houston, TX.
I think it's outrageous what happened to her,'' Gage said.
If the jury finds Vojtecky and Futrell liable, the case would shift focus to the only other individual defendant, former police Chief Gates, according to Gage.
Jessica is real consistent with her passing and serving,'' Gage said.
One type of variable gage technology is air-to-electronic.
Gage Wilson was never supposed to be able to drive himself anywhere ever again after his spinal cord operation more than six years ago.
The European gage system required extensive support, support that at times required outside assistance.
The Ducks broke through on a power play when Kariya's wrist shot from the blue line went untouched through traffic in front of the net and past Gage for a 1-0 lead.
Mr Stout says Kurt will provide any level of support users need to engineer a modular fixture, from supplying a turnkey system to giving more experienced users a CAD library of gage components.
8") range, and we have a gage that makes absolute measurements over a 100-mm range (4") without recalibration.
Stability is measured by tests (recently developed by automakers) of gage repeatability and reproducibility.
The joint venture involves a two-phase plan involving the transfer of technology from Air Gage Company to Air Gage de Mexico, while the licensing agreement permits the transferred technology to be manufactured and sold in Mexico, Spain and Portugal.