Functional Gauging- Spring Conference Workshop only

March 11, 2019
10:00 AM - 12:15 PM
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Crowne Plaza Columbus North - Worthington- Buckeye Room
6500 Doubletree Avenue
Columbus, OH 43229

Functional Gauging workshop

Limit of first 16 attendees


Greg Gay

Presenter: Gregory Gay

The focus of this workshop is to get precision tools into the hands of the attendees and to review the proper procedures to achieve precise measurements.  Attendees will be using micrometers, calipers, pin gages, gage blocks, dial indicators, depth gages, and height stands with surface plates.


This workshop will focus on use of go/no?go gages, functional gages, and how to determine correct gage pin sizes. We will talk of GD&T and size and location tolerances.  Not only will each attendee conduct measurements but there will also be some group measurements with analysis of the results. The workshop includes a discussion of the need to check gages prior to use.


Gregory Gay is skilled in the use of precision measuring tools and layout inspection. He has worked with the application of inspection and geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) principles for

more than 20 years. Gay is an ASQ Fellow and is an ASQ Certified Quality Engineer (CQE), Quality Auditor (CQA), Quality Technician (CQT), and Quality Inspector (CQI). He has also been recognized as a Journeyman Mechanic in the Trade of Layout Inspection. Gay has instructed quality?related classes for five community colleges, various companies and ASQ. Gay is currently a part time instructor at Western Michigan University where he instructs a Metrology Lab each Fall.


$0.00 Spring Conference Workshop- Functional Gauging- Member

$0.00 Spring Conference Workshop- Functional Gauging- Non Member