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Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Smetanova 17, 2000 Maribor, Slovenia

SOP 6 CALIBRATION OF VERNIER CALLIPER GAUGES

Issue date Issue No. Approved by

11.7.2003 E-1 Bojan Ačko, Ph.D.

Changes made

AMENDMENT No. Date REMOVED Section Page Issue No. ADDED Section Page Issue No.

Present issue E-1 is equal to the issue No. 3 dated September 1998

CONTENTS

1 1.1 2 3 4 5 6 6.1 6.2 6.3 7 8 9 10 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 11 12 INTRODUCTION General aspects MEASURING EQUIPMENT RECEIPT CLEANING THERMAL STABILISATION CALIBRATION Visual inspection Functional check Measurement of deviations EVALUATION OF MEASURING RESULTS DOCUMENTATION PROTECTION 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 7 7 7

UNCERTAINTY 7 Mathematical model of the measurement 7 Standard uncertainties of the estimations of the input values and combined standard uncertainty of measurement 8 Calculation of the combined uncertainty 10 Expanded uncertainty 11 TRACEABILITY LITERATURE 12 12

The number of gauges is checked and compared with the accompanying documentation.1 General aspects Vernier calliper gauges are used to measure distances of either inside or outside measures or depths. missing parts such as screws. Minor damages on guides or measuring surfaces are repaired using special fine grindstone. The customer name.MITUTOYO 3 RECEIPT The vernier calliper gauge is received from the customer and is visually checked for any obvious defects. 4 CLEANING The measuring surfaces of the gauge blocks and the gauge measuring surfaces are cleaned using petroleum ether. The surfaces are wiped afterwards using the tougher side of a chamois leather (or special synthetic cloth).Page No. 1. and significant scratches or other defects which would impede use. . Any grit or other particles are also cleaned from the scale. of the Quality manual.2. 2 MEASURING EQUIPMENT Gauge blocks Coordinate measuring machine Gauge ring 50 mm . E-1 1 INTRODUCTION This procedure describes the steps taken when calibrating vernier calliper gauges of any dimension using the DIN 862 standard. 5 THERMAL STABILISATION The temperature of the gauge is stabilised at 20 oC ± 1 oC for 5 hours. and type and serial number of the vernier calliper is also noted and is tagged on to the vernier calliper using a yellow identification sticker. missing or worn parts of the scale (on classical scales).CALIBRATION OF VERNIER CALLIPER GAUGES Issue No.10. Gauge blocks are used to calibrate the vernier calliper gauge. Defects which are checked are corrosion.ZEISS UMC 850 . The procedure for attaching this sticker is described in the paragraph 12. 103 blocks .ZEISS.: 4 of 12 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 6 .

2 Functional check The gauge is tested for the full and smooth running of its specified distance. 6. Resolution must be written on the scale (e.88) the battery is changed and resolution is checked again. • Dial scale is checked for the straightness of the pointer and its distance from the scale. The shown value should not change if the gauge is fixed used fixing screw. 6. g. • Scale is checked: • Classical scale is checked for any marking points or numbers on the scale which may be missing or worn.1 Parallelism of Measuring Surfaces The parallelism is checked by observing the air slot when measuring surfaces are in contact.2. The pointer must be of the same width as the lines on the scale. 0.150 mm are checked using gauge blocks of the dimensions stated in the Table 1. Deviations of gauges greater than 150 mm are checked using coordinate measuring machine according to the following procedure (for one measuring position) : .3 Measurement of deviations Deviations of gauges with measuring range 0 . Observed deviations are recorded in calibration report.: 5 of 12 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 6 .CALIBRATION OF VERNIER CALLIPER GAUGES Issue No. Zero position of the depth measuring bar is also checked. 6. Lines of the scale must be oriented towards the centre of the dial scale. E-1 6 6.Page No. If the numbers are of poor resolution (checked at display value 88. It should not change if the gauge is fixed used fixing screw.1 CALIBRATION Visual inspection • Measuring surfaces are checked to see if there are any scratches which may impede calibration.01 mm) • Digital scale is checked for numerical legibility and for any scratches on the display. Deviation of inside measure is checked at the value 50 mm using gauge ring (for all measuring ranges). The numbers must be clearly visible in each measuring position. The air in guides is checked.

4 200 380. • the other four deviations (for measurement positions see Table 1) are measured by the CMM in the following way: .five points are probed on the moving measuring surface and the straight line p is calculated through these points (Fig. 1).4 131.probing points y’ Figure 1: Measurement of deviations on the CMM • first measurement deviation is checked by gauge block 40 mm using actual measurement force. • zero point of the coordinate system is defined as intersection of x and y’.5 481. . Table 1: Measurement positions for different measuring ranges Measuring range (mm) 0 .3 41. • five points are probed on the fix measuring surface and x axes is defined through these points (Fig.2 481.: 6 of 12 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 6 .moving part of the gauge is moved into the measuremet position.Page No. E-1 x 0 y T .2 481.CALIBRATION OF VERNIER CALLIPER GAUGES p Issue No.2 281.750 0 .4 70 100 131.500 0 . .distance of the point T from the zero point is calculated and compared with the set value on the gauge (measurement position). • one point is probed on the rule surface and x coordinate is set to 0 . 1).150 0 .intersection of the line p with the y’ axes is calculated (point T in Fig.y axes is defined (Fig. the deviation is calculated and recorded.4 131.4 281.300 (400) 0 . • y axes is moved for the half length of the measurement surface (y’ in Fig. .1 700 125 180 281. 1). 1).200 (250) 0 .1 100 131. 1).1000 0 40 40 40 40 40 Measuremement positions (mm) 40 41.1 700 900 .3 131.

deviation of the temperature of the gauge block (or the measuring system of the CMM) .le⋅(1+αe⋅θe) + dF where: e li αm θm le αe θe dF deviation (result of calibration) at 20°C indicated value on the calliper gauge (reading) thermal expansion coefficient of the calliper gauge deviation of the temperature of the calliper gauge calibrated length of the gauge block at 20°C or the value shown by the CMM thermal expansion coefficient of the gauge block (or the measuring system of the CMM) . E-1 7 EVALUATION OF MEASURING RESULTS The results of the readings taken for each gauge block (or measured by the CMM) are noted on a record sheet.1 UNCERTAINTY Mathematical model of the measurement The deviation e (result of calibration) is given by the expression: e = li⋅(1+αm⋅θm) .: 7 of 12 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 6 .difference of the deformations caused by measuring force in measurement and in calibration (assumed to be 0) (1) If new quantities are defined as: δθ = θm .Page No. Example: Gauge block (mm) Deviation (µm) 0 +20 40 -20 70 0 100 -40 125 -20 8 DOCUMENTATION The results from the calibrations are recorded according to instructions from Quality Manual. 9 PROTECTION The measuring surfaces are oiled by special oil for instruments. 10 10.αe then equation (1) gets the following form: .θe δα = αm .CALIBRATION OF VERNIER CALLIPER GAUGES Issue No.

at nonius 0. Therefore: standard uncertainty u(xi) ci ≡ df/dxi u(l i ) = (5µm) / 3 for digital scale u( l i ) = (13µm) / 3 for nonius 0.le) ≈ 100 µm°C if θemax=±1°C and (li. at nonius 0.05 is ±16 µm (experiment).1⋅10-3 µm°C-1 if αm = 11⋅10-6 °C-1 = αm⋅li = -(1+αm⋅θe+δα ⋅θe) ≈ 1. if θemax=±1 °C = θe⋅(li.02 mm is ±13 µm (experiment).CALIBRATION OF VERNIER CALLIPER GAUGES e = li⋅(1+αm⋅θe+αm⋅δθ) . Uncertainty of the reading of the result u(li) maximum errors are ±5 µm. E-1 (2) 10.4 µm 1 .: 8 of 12 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 6 .le) ≈ 1. Table 1.le⋅(1+αm⋅θe-δα⋅θe) + dF Issue No. and at nonius 0.5 µm 9. if θemax=±1 °C = -le⋅θe ≈ -li⋅θe =1 (3) Calculation (estimation) of standard uncertainties of influence values is given in Table 1 for the equipment.1 mm 2.5 µm 14.05 mm u(l i ) = ( 25µm) / 3 for nonius 0. methods and conditions used in our laboratory.1 mm is ±25 µm (estimated). Uncertainty budget SOURCES OF UNCERTAINTY 1.Page No.9 µm 7.02 mm u( l i ) = (16µm) / 3 for nonius 0.le)max = 100 µm = αm⋅(li. The uncertainty is assumed to be represented by a rectangular distribution.2 Standard uncertainties of the estimations of the input values and combined standard uncertainty of measurement Equation (10) in [2] gets in our case the following form: uc2(e)=cli2u2(li)+cαm2u2(αm)+cθe2u2(θe)+cδθ2u2(δθ)+c le2u2(le)+cδα2u2(δα)+cdF2u2(dF) where ci are partial derivatives of the function (2): cli = ∂f/∂li cαm = ∂f/∂αm cθe = ∂f/∂θe cδθ c le cδα cdF = ∂f/∂δθ = ∂f/∂le = ∂f/∂δα = ∂f/∂dF = 1+αm⋅θe+αm⋅δθ ≈ 1.

Uncertainty of the calibration of the standard u(le) or uncertainty of the CMM result 5.1 Vernier calliper gauges 0 .1 µm+1⋅10-6⋅l .5⋅10-6⋅l 1 .58⋅10-6°C-1 u(α m ) = (1 ⋅ 10 −6 ° C −1 ) / 3 3. Therefore: u(θm) = ½ °C 5.CALIBRATION OF VERNIER CALLIPER GAUGES Issue No. Therefore: 0.5⋅10-6⋅l 1 µm+1. k=2 standard uncertainty is therefore: u1(le)=U(le)/2 5.Page No.5⋅10-6⋅l 1 For the measuring position in y axes (x-y plane on the table level at the left side of the table) uncertainty was evaluated experimentally using combination of gauge blocks Estimated standard uncertainty is: u2(le) = 1 µm + 1.: 9 of 12 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 6 . We assume normal distribution and level of confidence at k = 2.2 Vernier calliper gauges greater than 150 mm (CMM is used) 0. Therefore: u(θe) = 1/2°C 4.05 µm+0. We assume normal distribution and level of confidence at k = 2. Uncertainty of temperature difference u(δθ) 0.5°C 1. Uncertainty of the gauge block (or CMM) temperature u(θe) 100 µm°C The greatest temperature deviations in the room are ±1°C.5 °C -li⋅αm only one standard is used: the calibration certificate gives the expanded uncertainty: U(le)=0. Uncertainty of the thermal expansion coefficient u(αm) The bounds of ±1⋅10-6°C-1 are defined on experience basis. The uncertainty is assumed to be represented by a rectangular distribution.150 mm 0.1⋅10-3 µm°C-1 The greatest temperature difference is supposed to be ±1°C. E-1 2.

1 Calculation of the combined uncertainty Vernier callipers 0 . The uncertainty is assumed to be represented by a rectangular distribution.92 + 0.150 mm Constant part (independent from measured length): uk2 = 2. ul = 5.732 = 11.73 µm 1 10.5 µm After linearization we get: . and 6 (Table 1) and is calculated from the equation (3). 4. Uncertainty of the thermal expansion coefficient difference u(δα) The bounds of ±2⋅10-6°C-1 are defined on experience basis.3 Inside measure 50 mm uncertainty of calibration of gauge ring is: U(le)=0. The uncertainty is assumed to be represented by a rectangular distribution.3. In fact. Therefore: 0.Page No. different forces are applied in calibration and in measurement.2⋅10-6°C-1 li⋅θe 1.5 µm+1⋅10-6⋅l . expansion coefficient is assumed to be 12⋅10-6°C-1 (steel) and the temperature deviation is assumed to be 1°C (the greatest deviation in the room).9⋅10-6⋅l For the greatest measurement range 150 mm this value is: ul = 0. 5.3 10.052 + 1. Indicated value is assumed to be approximately the same as the length of the gauge block (measured length). Therefore: u(d F ) = 3µm / 3 1.5⋅10-6⋅l 1 u(δα ) = (2 ⋅ 10 −6 ° C −1 ) / 3 7.9 µm Combined uncertainty for the length 150 mm is then: u c = u k 2 + u l 2 = 3.4 µm2 uk = 3.25 µm+0.CALIBRATION OF VERNIER CALLIPER GAUGES Issue No.4 µm The part that depends on measured length (u(l)) consists of contributions No.: 10 of 12 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 6 . E-1 5. Uncertainty of assumed difference between deformations caused by measurement force u(dF) Assumed difference of deformations is 0. k=2 standard uncertainty is therefore: u1(le)=U(le)/2 6. The deviation caused by different forces is assumed to be maximum 3 ∝m.

E-1 uc = 3.6⋅10-6⋅l 10.1 µm Combined uncertainty for the length 1000 mm is then: u c = u k 2 + u l 2 = 7 µm After linearization we get: uc = 3.5 µm The part that depends on measured length (u(l)) is: ul = 6.1.5 µm + 7⋅10-6⋅l Expanded uncertainty for vernier calipers with nonius 0. The expanded uncertainty for all cases is: U = 7 µm + 7⋅10-6⋅l Expanded uncertainty for vernier calipers with nonius 0.CALIBRATION OF VERNIER CALLIPER GAUGES Issue No.4 µm + 0.4 µm2 uk = 3. The greatest calculated standard uncertainty is taken for all cases. 10.1⋅10-6⋅l For the greatest measurement range 1000 mm this value is: ul = 6.3.05 mm is: U = 20 µm + 7⋅10-6⋅l .732 = 12.: 11 of 12 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 6 .2 Vernier callipers greater than 150 mm Constant part (independent from measured length): uk2 = 2.3.92 + 12 + 1.Page No.3 Inside dimension Combined standard uncertainty is the same as the uncertainty in 10.3.4 Expanded uncertainty According to EAL coverage factor k=2 is used for the calculation of the expanded uncertainty.02 mm is: U = 15.5⋅10-6⋅l 10.5 µm + 3.

calibrated in LTM using ZEISS ULM and laser interferometer (calibrated in an accredited European laboratory) • CMM ZEISS UMC 850 . Meßschieber.Page No.1 mm is: U = 29 µm + 7⋅10-6⋅l 11 TRACEABILITY Measuring equipment used for calibration: • gauge blocks ZEISS (0.CALIBRATION OF VERNIER CALLIPER GAUGES Issue No. E-1 Expanded uncertainty for vernier calipers with nonius 0. Switzerland 1995 .calibrated for length measurements using long gauge blocks (KOBA and TESA and simulating actual measurement procedure described in 6. Oct.100 mm) .5 .3.: 12 of 12 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 6 . 12 LITERATURE [1] [2] DIN 862. 1983 ISO Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement.calibrated by comparison using our reference set FRANK that is calibrated by primary standard • gauge ring MITUTOYO .

7.D.2003 E-1 Bojan Ačko. .LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Smetanova 17. Ph. Slovenia SOP 5 CALIBRATION OF MICROMETERS Issue date Issue No. Approved by 11. 2000 Maribor.

Changes made AMENDMENT No. 3 dated September 1998 . ADDED Section Page Issue No. Present issue E-1 is equal to the issue No. Date REMOVED Section Page Issue No.

1 10.3 7 8 9 10 10.1 6.3 10.2 10.4 11 12 INTRODUCTION General aspects MEASURING EQUIPMENT RECEIPT CLEANING THERMAL STABILISATION CALIBRATION Visual inspection Functional check Measurement of deviations EVALUATION OF MEASURING RESULTS DOCUMENTATION PROTECTION 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 8 8 8 UNCERTAINTY 8 Mathematical model of the measurement 8 Standard uncertainties of the estimations of the input values and combined standard uncertainty of measurement 9 Calculation of the combined uncertainty 11 Expanded uncertainty 12 TRACEABILITY LITERATURE 13 13 .CONTENTS 1 1.2 6.1 2 3 4 5 6 6.

missing parts such as screws.KOBA.10.500 mm Steel gauge blocks 500 . The surfaces are wiped afterwards using the tougher side of a chamois leather (or special synthetic cloth).100 mm Steel gauge blocks 125 . . E-1 1 INTRODUCTION This procedure describes the steps taken when calibrating micrometers of any dimension using the DIN 863 standard.275 mm . 122 blocks .2. The customer name. Ceramic gauge blocks and coordinate measuring machine are used to calibrate the micrometer. Any grit or other particles are also cleaned from the scale. where attachments to the micrometer or special types of micrometer are used to measure inside dimensions. 4 CLEANING The measuring surfaces of the gauge blocks and the micrometer anvils are cleaned using petroleum ether. of the Quality manual.MITUTOYO. and significant scratches or other defects which would impede use. 2 MEASURING EQUIPMENT Ceramic gauge blocks 2. The procedure for attaching this sticker is described in the paragraph 12.FRANK. missing or worn parts of the scale (on classical scales).CALIBRATION OF MICROMETERS Issue No. 5 THERMAL STABILISATION The temperature of the micrometer is stabilised at 20 oC ± 1 oC for 5 hours.Page No.5 . and type and serial number of the micrometer is also noted and is tagged on to the micrometer using a yellow identification sticker. 5 blocks . 1.25 Steel gauge blocks 0.1000 mm Optical Flat Gauge rings 4 .1 General aspects Micrometers are used to measure distances of either inside or outside measures.TESA .KOBA. 8 blocks . 10 blocks .5 .: 4 of 13 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 5 . The number of gauges is checked and compared with the accompanying documentation. Defects which are checked are corrosion.MITUTOYO 3 RECEIPT The micrometer is received from the customer and is visually checked for any obvious defects.

The marking lines should be of the same width and have sharp edges.: 5 of 13 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 5 .1 CALIBRATION Visual inspection • Measuring surfaces are checked to see if there are any scratches. • Scale is checked: ◊ Classical scale is checked for any marking lines or numbers on the scale. E-1 6 6. ◊ Digital scale is checked for numerical legibility and for any scratches on the display. The interference lines/circles that appear anywhere in the region less than 0. . 6.2 Functional check The micrometer is tested for the full and smooth running of its specified distance.Page No.88) the battery is changed and resolution is checked again. The lock nut is tested to see that is holds the micrometer spindle firmly at various positions. The flat is given a small twist to check the grip of the anvils.1 Parallelism of Measuring Surfaces The optical flat is placed between the two anvils. The number of interference lines or circles are counted on both measuring faces. The numbers are added together and if the total is less than or equal to the values listed in the table below.CALIBRATION OF MICROMETERS Issue No. with the micrometer tightened in the normal way using the ratchet.4 mm from the edge of the flat are ignored in the count. the remark is written in the calibration report. If the numbers are of poor resolution (checked at display value 88. and to remove any dust that may have settled on the surfaces. 6.2. which may impede calibration. which may be missing or worn. The numbers must be clearly visible in each measuring position. the parallelism of measuring surfaces is in tolerance: Measuring Range (mm) 00 to 25 25 to 50 50 to 75 75 to 100 Number of allowable interference lines or circles for parallelism according to DIN 863 6 ≈ 2 µm 6 ≈ 2 µm 10 ≈ 3 µm 10 ≈ 3 µm In the case when parallelism is out of tolerances.

6. 22. and to remove any dust that may have settled on the surfaces.2 Flatness of Measuring Surfaces The flatness of the micrometer anvils is inspected by means of the optical flat.5.25 mm the following gauge block dimensions are used: 2.1 Starting Point The specified starting distance is checked: • for the zero value (for micrometers of 0 .Page No. • for values other than zero in the same way but with the use of a gauge block of appropriate dimension (e.2. The optical flat is placed between the two anvils following the procedure described in the previous section 6.2.2 µm is added to the sum of the gauge block lengths for each joint (experimentally evaluated).0. g.3. 7. If any interference lines are observed. The block is also placed in a position such that the anvils touch the centre of the gauge measuring faces.1 Measurement of deviations Micrometers for measuring outside dimensions 6. the two outer lines are ignored and the other lines are counted. or.1.25 mm) by tightening the micrometer (using the ratchet) until it tightens no further and then reading off the value.75 mm starting point is checked using a gauge block 50 mm). 17. For micrometers of other measuring ranges the same gauge blocks are used.2.3 6. E-1 6.3. The gauge block (or a combination of gauge blocks) is placed between the two anvils. 10. The block is given a small twist to check the grip of the anvils. 12.8. 6. 15. 5.CALIBRATION OF MICROMETERS Issue No. for micrometer 50 .2 Deviations in measuring positions For micrometers of measuring range 0 .1.6 µm 6. 20. .3. The table below shows the equivalent flatness corresponding to the number of lines counted: Number of interference lines or circles according to DIN 2 ≈ 0. The deviation is stated in the calibration report.2.7. with the micrometer tightened in the normal way using the ratchet so that the block is held firmly.3. 25 mm. additional value of 0. If more than one gauge block is used.1. but each attached to a gauge block of a dimension that is equal to the lower measuring range limit.: 6 of 13 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 5 .9.

6.2 Deviations in measuring positions Two gauge rings are used for checking deviations. Measurement is repeated in three different positions (the gauge ring is rotated twice for 120°) and the mean value is stated in the calibration report.3.4.3 Calibration of standard bars for micrometers Standard bars for micrometers are calibrated in the same way and with the same device as long gauge blocks. 6.2.3.1.1 Starting Point The deviation in the starting point is checked using a gauge block of the dimension that is equal to the lower measuring range limit. 6.2 µm is added to the sum of the gauge block lengths for each joint (experimentally evaluated).2.2 Deviations in measuring positions The same gauge blocks are used as in 6. The gauge block is put into special gauge block holder for checking inside dimensions (Fig. but they are put in the holder (Fig. 6.3.2.1 Starting Point The deviation in the starting point is checked using a gauge ring of the dimension that is equal to the lower measuring range limit.3.2 Micrometers for measuring inside dimensions 6.3.Page No. The micrometer is gently rotated in order to find the minimum distance. E-1 6.CALIBRATION OF MICROMETERS Issue No.4 Three point micrometers for measuring inside diameters 6. 1).3. One diameter is approximately at the middle of the measuring range and the other is approximately at the upper limit of the measuring range. The deviation is stated in the calibration report. The procedure and uncertainty is described in SOP 16. .3.3.4. If more than one gauge block is used.: 7 of 13 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 5 . 1 ) measured distance gauge block Figure 1: Gauge block holder for checking inside dimensions The deviation is stated in the calibration report. additional value of 0.

θe δα = αm .difference of the deformations caused by measuring force in measurement and in calibration (assumed to be 0) (1) If new quantities are defined as: δθ = θm . 9 PROTECTION The micrometer is oiled by special oil for instruments. E-1 7 EVALUATION OF MEASURING RESULTS The results of the readings taken for each gauge block (gauge ring) are noted on a record sheet.2 -1 22.9 +2 15.1 UNCERTAINTY Mathematical model of the measurement The deviation e (result of calibration) is given by the expression: e = li⋅(1+αm⋅θm) .le⋅(1+αe⋅θe) + dF where: e li αm θm le αe θe dF deviation (result of calibration) at 20 °C indicated value on the micrometer (reading) thermal expansion coefficient of the micrometer deviation of the temperature of the micrometer calibrated length of the gauge block (or gauge block combination) or gauge ring at 20 °C .5 +1 5.αe .7 0 10.1 -1 7. 10 10.3 -1 12. Example: Gauge block (mm) Deviation (µm) 2.deviation of the temperature of the gauge block .CALIBRATION OF MICROMETERS Issue No. If the micrometer reading for a given distance is different to the value indicated on the gauge block this difference is recorded.0 0 17.Page No.thermal expansion coefficient of the gauge block(s) (or ring) .: 8 of 13 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 5 .8 +1 25 -1 8 DOCUMENTATION The results from the calibrations are recorded according to instructions from Quality Manual.6 +2 20.

E-1 then equation (1) gets the following form: e = li⋅(1+αm⋅θe+αm⋅δθ) . Therefore: standard uncertainty u(xi) ci = df/dxi u(l i ) = (1µm) / 3 .2⋅10-4 µm°C-1 if αm = 11⋅10-6 °C-1 = αm⋅li = -(1+αm⋅θe+δα⋅θe) ≈ 1.le⋅(1+αm⋅θe-δα⋅θe) + dF (2) 10.2 Standard uncertainties of the estimations of the input values and combined standard uncertainty of measurement Equation (10) in [2] gets in our case the following form: uc2(e)=c li2u2(li)+cαm2u2(αm)+cθe2u2(θe)+cδθ2u2(δθ)+c le2u2(le)+cδα2u2(δα)+cdF2u2(dF) where ci are partial derivatives of the function (2): cli = ∂f/∂li cαm = ∂f/∂αm cθe = ∂f/∂θe cδθ cle cδα cdF = ∂f/∂δθ = ∂f/∂le = ∂f/∂δα = ∂f/∂dF = 1+αm⋅θe+αm⋅δθ ≈ 1. for classical scale 0. Uncertainty of the reading of the result u(li) maximum error for digital scale is ±1 µm and for classical scale ±2 µm.15 µm 1 1 .CALIBRATION OF MICROMETERS Issue No.le)+li⋅δθ = αm⋅(li. The uncertainty is assumed to be represented by a rectangular distribution. Table 1: Uncertainty budget SOURCES OF UNCERTAINTY 1.Page No.57 µm 1. if θemax=±1 °C = -le⋅θe ≈ -li⋅θe =1 (3) Calculation (estimation) of standard uncertainties of influence values is given in Table 1 for the equipment. methods and conditions used in our laboratory.le) ≈ 2. for digital scale u(l i ) = ( 2µm) / 3 . if θemax=±1 °C = θe⋅(li.: 9 of 13 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 5 .

: 10 of 13 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 5 . Uncertainty of temperature difference u(δθ) 0. k=2 standard uncertainty is therefore: u1(le)=U(le)/2 5.5⋅10-6⋅l 1 two or three standards are used the uncertainty for two standards is: u( l e ) = u( l e1 ) + u( l e 2 ) + u(con) 2 2 2 where: u(le1).2 Outside micrometers with starting point > 0 0. Therefore: u(θe) = 1/2°C 4.58⋅10-6°C-1 u(α m ) = (1 ⋅ 10 −6 ° C −1 ) / 3 3. Uncertainty of the calibration of the standard u(le) 5.05 µm+0. Uncertainty of the thermal expansion coefficient u(αm) The bounds of ±1⋅10-6°C-1 are defined on experience basis.1 Outside micrometers 0-25 mm 0. u(con)=0.71⋅10-6⋅l standard uncertainty for three gauge blocks is: u3(le)= 0.05µm+0. E-1 2.1 °C li⋅αm only one standard is used: the calibration certificate gives the expanded uncertainty: U(le)=0.2°C.Page No.5⋅10-6⋅l .12 µm+0.5 °C 2. The uncertainty is assumed to be represented by a rectangular distribution. Uncertainty of the gauge block temperature u(θe) 20 µm°C+li⋅δθ The greatest temperature deviations in the room are ±1°C.1 µm standard uncertainty for two gauge blocks is: u2(le)= 0. Therefore: u(δθ) = 0.uncertainty of the connection u(le1)=u(le2)=0. We assume normal distribution and level of confidence at k = 2.87⋅10-6⋅l 0.2/2°C 5.87⋅10-6⋅l 1 0. Therefore: 0.71⋅10-6⋅l 1 .1 µm+1⋅10-6⋅l .17 µm+0.CALIBRATION OF MICROMETERS Issue No.uncertainties of standards u(con) .2⋅10-4 µm°C-1 The greatest temperature difference is supposed to be ±0. u(le2) .70 µm+0. We assume normal distribution and level of confidence at k = 2.12 µm+0.

25 µm+0. Uncertainty of the thermal expansion coefficient difference u(δα) The bounds of ±2⋅10-6°C-1 are defined on experience basis.32 = 0. u(con)=0.1 Calculation of the combined uncertainty Outside micrometers 0 .05 µm+0.5 µm+1⋅10-6⋅l .3 µm 1 10.5µm / 3 0. Therefore: 1.17 µm+0.3 Inside micrometers (using 2 gauge blocks) the uncertainty for two standards is: u( l e ) = u( l e1 ) + u( l e 2 ) + 3 ⋅ u( con) 2 2 2 where: u(le1).572 + 0.Page No.1 µm standard uncertainty for two gauge blocks is: u2(le)= 0. Indicated value is assumed to be . The deviation caused by different forces is assumed to be maximum 0. Uncertainty of assumed difference between deformations caused by measurement force u(dF) Assumed difference of deformations is 0.CALIBRATION OF MICROMETERS Issue No.3 10. 5. k=2 standard uncertainty is therefore: u1(le)=U(le)/2 6.71⋅10-6⋅l 5. In fact. different forces are applied in calibration and in measurement.25 mm (digital scale) Constant part (independent from measured length): uk2 = 0.42 µm2 uk = 0.4 Three point inside micrometers 0.5⋅10-6⋅l . u(le2) .uncertainty of the connection u(le1)=u(le2)=0. E-1 5. The uncertainty is assumed to be represented by a rectangular distribution. 4.71⋅10-6⋅l 1 uncertainty of calibration of gauge ring is: U(le)=0.19 µm+0.: 11 of 13 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 5 .3.2⋅10-6°C-1 -li⋅θe 0. 6 (Table 1) and is calculated from the equation (2). The uncertainty is assumed to be represented by a rectangular distribution. Therefore: u(δα ) = (2 ⋅ 10 −6 ° C −1 ) / 3 7.65 µm The part that depends on measured length (u(l)) consists of contributions No.5⋅10-6⋅l 1 u(d F ) = 0.5 µm.uncertainties of standards u(con) .052 + 0.

86⋅10-6⋅l uc = 0.2 Calibrations using 2 or 3 gauge blocks (digital scale) Since calibration uncertainty of gauge blocks is much smaller than other components. E-1 approximately the same as the length of the gauge block (measured length).572 + 0.32 = 0.: 12 of 13 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 5 .32 = 1.86⋅10-6⋅l uc = 0.86⋅10-6⋅l 10.86⋅10-6⋅l 10.Page No.CALIBRATION OF MICROMETERS Issue No.7 µm + 1.65 µm + 1.52 + 0. The greatest calculated standard uncertainty is taken for all cases (digital scale). The expanded uncertainty for all cases is: U = 1.65 µm + 1.3.3. expansion coefficient is assumed to be 12⋅10-6 °C-1 (steel) and the temperature deviation is assumed to be 1 °C (the greatest deviation in the room).5 µm + 4⋅10-6⋅l Expanded uncertainty for classical scale is for all cases: U = 2.86⋅10-6⋅l uc = 0.152 + 0.3 Inside three point micrometers (digital scale) Constant part (independent from measured length): uk2 = 0.86⋅10-6⋅l 10. ul = 1.41 µm2 uk = 1.19 µm The part that depends on measured length (u(l)) is: ul = 1.7 µm The part that depends on measured length (u(l)) is: ul = 1.4 Expanded uncertainty According to EAL coverage factor k=2 is used for the calculation of the expanded uncertainty. Therefore.48 µm2 uk = 0. no significant differences in combined uncertainty appear (on the 3rd decimal place).3.4 Micrometers with classical scale Constant part (independent from measured length): uk2 = 1.4 µm + 4⋅10-6⋅l .052 + 0. it is assumed that the combined uncertainty is equal for all cases 10.

calibrated by comparison using our reference set FRANK that is calibrated by primary standard. Switzerland 1995 .Page No. E-1 11 TRACEABILITY Measuring equipment used for calibration: • ceramic gauge blocks MITUTOYO . • gauge blocks KOBA (0.calibrated by comparison using our reference set FRANK that is calibrated by primary standard.1000 mm) . Oct. 1983 ISO Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement.calibrated in LTM using ZEISS ULM and laser interferometer (calibrated in an accredited European laboratory) • optical flat TESA .calibrated in an accredited European laboratory 12 [1] [2] LITERATURE DIN 863. • long gauge blocks KOBA (125 .: 13 of 13 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 5 .100 mm) . Meßschrauben.calibrated by comparison in DKD or other accredited or national European laboratory • gauge rings MITUTOYO .CALIBRATION OF MICROMETERS Issue No.500 mm) and TESA (600 .5 .

D. 2000 Maribor. Slovenia SOP 8 CALIBRATION OF DIAL GAUGES Issue date Issue No.7. Ph. Approved by 11. .2003 E-1 Bojan Ačko.LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Smetanova 17.

Date REMOVED Section Page Issue No. . Present issue E-1 is equal to the issue No.Changes made AMENDMENT No. ADDED Section Page Issue No. 3 dated September 1998.

1 7.2 6.3 10.3 6.2 10.4 6.6 7 7.5 6.1 2 3 4 5 6 6.1 10.CONTENTS 1 1.4 11 12 INTRODUCTION General aspects MEASURING EQUIPMENT RECEIPT CLEANING THERMAL STABILISATION CALIBRATION Visual inspection Functional check Fixing the gauge into the calibration device Adjustment of zero position Measurement of deviations Measurement of repeatability EVALUATION OF MEASURING RESULTS Measurement of deviations Repeatability DOCUMENTATION PROTECTION 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 7 7 7 UNCERTAINTY 7 Mathematical model of the measurement 7 Standard uncertainties of the estimations of the input values and combined standard uncertainty of measurement 8 Calculation of the combined uncertainty 10 Expanded uncertainty 11 TRACEABILITY LITERATURE 11 12 .2 8 9 10 10.1 6.

CALIBRATION OF DIAL GAUGES Issue No. missing or worn parts of the scale (on classical scales). E-1 1 INTRODUCTION This procedure describes the steps taken when calibrating dial gauges with measuring range up to 50 mm using the DIN 878 standard. Any grit or other particles are also cleaned from the scale.KOBA. missing parts such as screws. 2 MEASURING EQUIPMENT Device for calibration of dial gauges . which are checked are corrosion. The resolution of the device is 0. 1. of the Quality manual. The procedure for attaching this sticker is described in the paragraph 12. The number of gauges is checked and compared with the accompanying documentation. gauge blocks and the gauge measuring surfaces are cleaned using petroleum ether. Defects. The customer name. 4 CLEANING The measuring surfaces of the calibration device.MAHR 865 E (MILITRON display) Gauge blocks .Page No. . and significant scratches or other defects which would impede use.1 General aspects Dial gauges are calibrated on a special device for calibration of dial gauges.: 4 of 12 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 8 . Dial gauges with measuring range greater than 10 mm are calibrated using gauge blocks in addition to the device. and type and serial number of the dial gauge is also noted and is tagged on to the dial gauge using a yellow identification sticker.2. The surfaces are wiped afterwards using the tougher side of a chamois leather (or special synthetic cloth).10.001 mm. 122 blocks 3 RECEIPT The dial gauge is received from the customer and is visually checked for any obvious defects. The moving shaft is also cleaned if necessary. 5 THERMAL STABILISATION The temperature of the gauge is stabilised at 20 oC ± 1 oC for 5 hours.

6.g.000 mm). 6.00(0) mm). E-1 6 6. The gauge is fixed in such a way that the pointer is below zero position.88) the battery is changed and resolution is checked again.4 Adjustment of zero position • the probe of the calibration device (which is in contact with the probe of the gauge) is lifted to the position where the pointer of the gauge is exactly in the zero position (the line indicating zero position is covered by the pointer. The deviation from the exact value is read from the dial gauge and is recorded.3 Fixing the gauge into the calibration device The moving part of the calibration device (probe) should be in the lower position. the exact value (e. The numbers must be clearly visible in each measuring position.CALIBRATION OF DIAL GAUGES Issue No. 1. • the probe of the calibration device is lifted to the first measuring position (positive direction of approaching measuring position). If the numbers are of poor resolution (checked at display value 88. Lines of the scale must be oriented towards the centre of the dial scale.1 CALIBRATION Visual inspection • Measuring surfaces are checked to see if there are any scratches which may impede calibration. Resolution must be written on the scale (e. The pointer must be of the same width as the lines on the scale.: 5 of 12 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 8 .5 Measurement of deviations • the measuring range is divided into ten (10) equal increments . g.ten measuring positions are defined in addition to zero point.000 mm) should be shown on the display of the device. 6.2 Functional check The gauge is tested for the full and smooth running of its specified distance. 0. • the same procedure is used for other 9 measuring positions. . 6. • Scale is checked: • Dial scale is checked for the straightness of the pointer and its distance from the scale. or a digital display shows 0. • display of the calibration device is reset (set to 0.01 mm) • Digital scale is checked for numerical legibility and for any scratches on the display.Page No.

. the probe of the device is lifted for approximately ten scale divisions above the maximum value on the scale and then moved down to the last measuring position (negative direction of approaching measuring position).. Example: A dial gauge with the measuring range 30 mm is calibrated Measuring positions: 0.000 mm 3rd position (9 mm) probe of the device is lifted to 9.000 mm and 3 mm gauge block is put between the probes 5th position (15 mm) . 21. 6. 18. gauge blocks of different dimensions (depend on measuring range) are put between the probe of the device and the probe of the dial gauge.. A value 0. The deviation of the value indicated by the gauge is recorded again.probe of the device is in position 9.Page No. 3. 24. • the probe is moved down to other 10 measuring positions (negative direction) and the deviations are recorded.1 µm (experimentally evaluated contact error between the probe and the gauge block) is added to the length of the gauge block. Values shown by the dial gauge are recorded. • the measurement is finished when the last deviation (in zero position) is recorded. • after the last deviation is recorded. 9.1 EVALUATION OF MEASURING RESULTS Measurement of deviations The graph is drawn for positive and for negative direction of measurement as it is shown in Figure 1.000 mm and 6 mm gauge block is put between the probes 6th position (18 mm) .probe of the device is in position 9.000 mm 2nd position (6 mm) probe of the device is lifted to 6.probe of the device is in position 9. 30 mm Measurement of deviations: 1st position (3 mm) probe of the device is lifted to 3. 12. 27.6 Measurement of repeatability The probe of the device is positioned five times in a measuring position (does not matter in which one) in such a way that the display of the device always shows the same value. 6.000 mm 4th position (12 mm) . 15. 7 7.000 mm and 9 mm gauge block is put between the probes etc.CALIBRATION OF DIAL GAUGES Issue No. E-1 If the measuring range is greater than 10 mm.: 6 of 12 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 8 .

depends on which one is bigger) eob . E-1 [µm] 4 3 2 1 0 -1 -2 -3 -4 positive direction negative direction 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 [mm] eob ee esk Figure 1: Deviation graph of a dial gauge 0 . 8 DOCUMENTATION The results from the calibrations are recorded according to instructions from Quality Manual.Page No.the greatest difference between two extreme deviations for one direction (positive or negative.overall deviation (the difference between the two extreme deviations (for both directions together) ee .: 7 of 12 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 8 .10 mm with characteristic deviations The following values (Figure 1) are calculated in addition to deviations in each measuring position: esk .6.CALIBRATION OF DIAL GAUGES Issue No.2 Repeatability Repeatability is the difference between the greatest and the smallest indicated value of the measurement described in 6.the greatest difference between the deviation in positive direction and in negative direction in one measuring position 7. 10 10.1 UNCERTAINTY Mathematical model of the measurement The deviation e (result of calibration) is given by the expression: . 9 PROTECTION The measuring surface is oiled by special oil for instruments. It is also stated in the calibration certificate.

if θemax=±1 °C = -le⋅θe ≈ -li⋅θe (3) Calculation (estimation) of standard uncertainties of influence values is given in Table 1 for the equipment.θe δα = αm .thermal expansion coefficient of the measurement system of the calibration device .le) ≈ 5.le) ≈ 50 µm°C if θemax=±1°C and (li. if θemax=±1 °C = θe⋅(li.le⋅(1+αe⋅θe) Issue No. E-1 (1) where: e li αm θm le αe θe deviation (result of calibration) at 20°C indicated value on the dial gauge (reading) thermal expansion coefficient of the dial gauge mechanism deviation of the temperature of the dial gauge indicated value on the calibration device (plus length of a gauge block where applicable) .: 8 of 12 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 8 .CALIBRATION OF DIAL GAUGES e = li⋅(1+αm⋅θm) . methods and conditions used in our laboratory.le⋅(1+αm⋅θe-δα⋅θe) (2) 10.αe then equation (1) gets the following form: e = li⋅(1+αm⋅θe+αm⋅δθ) .5⋅10-4 µm°C-1 if αm = 11⋅10-6 °C-1 = αm⋅li = -(1+αm⋅θe+δα ⋅θe) ≈ 1. .2 Standard uncertainties of the estimations of the input values and combined standard uncertainty of measurement Equation (10) in [3] gets in our case the following form: uc2(e)=c li2u2(li)+cαm2u2(αm)+cθe2u2(θe)+cδθ2u2(δθ)+c le2u2(le)+cδα2u2(δα) where ci are partial derivatives of the function (2): c li = ∂f/∂li cαm = ∂f/∂αm cθe = ∂f/∂θe cδθ = ∂f/∂δθ c le = ∂f/∂ le cδα = ∂f/∂δα = 1+αm⋅θe+αm⋅δθ ≈ 1.deviation of the temperature of the measurement system of the calibration device If new quantities are defined as: δθ = θm .Page No.le)max = 50 µm = αm⋅(li.

6 µm+2.10 mm (no gauge block used) 0.1 Mechanical indication with pointer (resol. Therefore: u(θe) = 1/2°C 4.2 Digital indication with two decimal places maximum errors are ±5 µm.1 Dial gauges 0 .1 °C li⋅αm only uncertainty of calibration influences the result.9 µm 1 u(l i ) = (0.25⋅10-6⋅l 1 .5µm) / 3 2. Therefore: 2. Uncertainty of the thermal expansion coefficient u(αm) 0.58⋅10-6 °C-1 3.CALIBRATION OF DIAL GAUGES Issue No. The uncertainty is assumed to be represented by a rectangular distribution.01 mm) maximum errors are ±2 µm. E-1 Table 1: Uncertainty budget SOURCES OF UNCERTAINTY 1. 0. the calibration certificate gives the expanded uncertainty: U(le)=0. Uncertainty of the reading of the result u(li) 1. k=2 standard uncertainty is therefore: u1(le)=U(le)/2 0. Therefore: u(δθ) = 0. Therefore: standard uncertainty u(xi) ci ≡ df/dxi u(l i ) = ( 2µm) / 3 1. Therefore: u(α m ) = (1 ⋅ 10 −6 ° C −1 ) / 3 0. We assume normal distribution and level of confidence at k = 2.5 µm.: 9 of 12 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 8 . Therefore: 1. Uncertainty of indication of the device u(le) 5.5°C 5.15 µm 1 u(l i ) = (5µm) / 3 1.2°C.2/2°C 5. Uncertainty of the temperature deviation u(θe) 50 µm°C The greatest temperature deviations in the room are ±1°C.Page No.5⋅10-4 µm°C-1 The greatest temperature difference is supposed to be ±0.5⋅10-6⋅l . We assume normal distribution and level of confidence at k = 2.3 µm+1. Uncertainty of temperature difference u(δθ) 0.3 Digital indication with three decimal places maximum errors are ±0.29 µm 1 The bounds of ±1⋅10-6°C-1 are defined on experience basis. The uncertainty is assumed to be represented by a rectangular distribution.

expansion coefficient is assumed to be 12⋅10-6 °C-1 (steel) and the temperature deviation is assumed to be 1 °C (the greatest deviation in the room). The uncertainty is assumed to be represented by a rectangular distribution. 3.1).5 µm2 uk = 2.3.3 µm+1.32 = 1. Uncertainty of the thermal expansion coefficient difference u(δα) The bounds of ±2⋅10-6°C-1 are defined on experience basis.2 Dial gauges with measuring range greater than 10 mm Gauge blocks are used in addition to the device.025 µm+0.18 µm + 2.01 mm Constant part (independent from measured length): uk2 = 2.27⋅10-6⋅l 1 1.32 = 8. and 4 (Table 1) and is calculated from the equation (2).41 µm2 uk = 1.3 10.3. 2.03 µm u 2 ( l e ) = u1 (l e ) 2 + u( gb) 2 + u( a) 2 6.1⋅10-6⋅l uc = 1. Indicated value is assumed to be approximately the same as the measured length.2 Dial gauges with digital indication and resolution 0. The uncertainty is influenced by the device (5.92 + 0.CALIBRATION OF DIAL GAUGES Issue No.1⋅10-6⋅l 10. Therefore: u(δα ) = (2 ⋅ 10 −6 ° C −1 ) / 3 0. Standard uncertainty of calibration of the gauge blocks is: u(gb)=0.152 + 0.01 mm Constant part (independent from measured length): uk2 = 1. the uncertainty of calibration of gauge blocks and the uncertainty of calculated contact error between the probe and the gauge block.: 10 of 12 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 8 .25⋅10-6⋅l Standard uncertainty of calculated contact error is: u(a)=0.2⋅10-6 °C-1 -li⋅θe 10.18 µm The part that depends on measured length (u(l)) consists of contributions No.9 µm . ul = 2. E-1 5.Page No.1 Calculation of the combined uncertainty Dial gauges with mechanical indication (pointer) and resolution 0.

100 mm) and inductive probe MAHR.5⋅10-6⋅l The best expanded uncertainty for dial gauges with resolution 0.9 µm + 4.Page No.4 Expanded uncertainty According to EAL coverage factor k=2 is used for the calculation of the expanded uncertainty. E-1 The part that depends on measured length (u(l)) is: ul = 2.5 .292 + 0.17 µm2 uk = 0.100 mm) . that is also calibrated using gauge blocks KOBA . The expanded uncertainty for dial gauges with mechanical indication (pointer) and resolution 0.: 11 of 12 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 8 .5⋅10-6⋅l The expanded uncertainty for dial gauges with digital indication and resolution 0.1⋅10-6⋅l uc = 0.9 µm + 2.calibrated by comparison using our reference set FRANK that is calibrated by primary standard • calibration device MAHR 856E .42 µm The part that depends on measured length (u(l)) is: ul = 2.5⋅10-6⋅l 11 TRACEABILITY Measuring equipment used for calibration: • gauge blocks KOBA (0.3 Dial gauges with digital indication and resolution 0.1⋅10-6⋅l 10.CALIBRATION OF DIAL GAUGES Issue No.1⋅10-6⋅l 10.001 mm Constant part (independent from measured length): uk2 = 0.01 mm is: U = 6 µm + 4.3.5 µm + 4.42 µm + 2.1⋅10-6⋅l uc = 2.calibrated by gauge blocks KOBA (0.001 mm is: U = 0.5 .32 = 0.01 mm is: U = 2.

Page No. 1983 ISO Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement. E-1 12 [1] [2] [3] LITERATURE DIN 878. Switzerland 1995 . Meßuhren.: 12 of 12 LABORATORY FOR PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT SOP 8 .CALIBRATION OF DIAL GAUGES Issue No. Feinzeiger. 1983 DIN 879. Oct. Oct.

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