Digital Height Gages

Digital height gages use digital technology to measure the distance between two points. They can measure both linear and angular distances, as well as anything in between.

Digital height gages have many advantages over traditional mechanical models. They’re faster than traditional models because they don’t require physical movement—they use digital sensors instead of mechanical ones. They’re also more accurate than their mechanical counterparts because they provide a real-time reading of measurements. This compares to relying on an operator’s interpretation of how far apart two points are based on how far apart they appear visually.

Height gages have multiple applications. They’re commonly used in manufacturing, engineering, tooling, quality control, and assembly processes.

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