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Beta LaserMike Exhibits Bench-top Off-Line Sample/Part Measurement System Northwest Machine Tool Expo 2013

Jay Luis
Marketing Manager
Beta LaserMike Inc.
8001 Technology Blvd.
Dayton, OH 45424

Dayton, OH – March 12, 2013 – Beta LaserMike, a leading global provider of precision measurement and control solutions, will display its BenchMike measurement system at the Precise Tool & Gage booth at the Northwest Machine Tool Expo, Oregon Convention Center in Portland, Oregon from March 27 – 28, 2013.

The BenchMike system from Beta LaserMike provides fast, accurate, and repeatable measurement of cut part samples. This laser measurement device does not touch the product, thereby eliminating part distortion and operator influence which can affect measurements. BenchMike can either be used in a Quality Control (QC) laboratory or on the plant floor to measure a range of part types and part dimensions. Dimension measurements include diameter, multiple ODs, TIR, taper, and part position. BenchMike is available in two models and provides a measurement range of 0.001" to 2.0" with linearity as low as ±0.000020”.

“Precise Tool & Gage has a long history of providing high-quality precision gauging and metrology solutions to a wide range of customers in various industries,” said Ethem Erdas, District Sales Manager for Beta LaserMike’s Western US region. “Our BenchMike system is key offering in their solutions portfolio. We plan to demonstrate to Northwest manufacturers the many advantages of this off-line, bench-top gauge. BenchMike give operators a simple and repeatable system for measuring product samples and immediately knowing whether they meet specifications within tolerances of less than 1 micron (0.000040 in.).”

About Precise Tool & Gage
Since our beginning in 1976, Precise Tool & Gage Co. Inc. has grown to maintain a leadership role as a supplier of top quality shop tools and Precision Gaging and Metrology equipment in the Pacific Northwest. Over the years we have developed strong relationships with engineering and R&D firms, job shops, nuclear related industries, voc-tech colleges, electronics and medical companies, and the aerospace and defense industry. For more information, visit