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WYLER Granite Measuring Plate
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Germany, 45326 Essen
WYLER Granite Measuring Plate
OELZE granite measuring plate
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Germany, 45326 Essen
OELZE granite measuring plate
FREUTEK ATT0039 Magnetic Table 400 x 500 mm
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FREUTEK ATT0039 Magnetic Table 400 x 500 mm
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FREUTEK ATT0038 Magnetic Table 400 x 400 mm
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FREUTEK ATT0038 Magnetic Table 400 x 400 mm
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FREUTEK ATT0037 Magnetic Table 300 x 400 mm
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FREUTEK ATT0037 Magnetic Table 300 x 400 mm
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FREUTEK ATT0036 Magnetic Table 300 x 300 mm
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FREUTEK ATT0036 Magnetic Table 300 x 300 mm
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Granite measuring plate
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Germany, 45326 Essen
Granite measuring plate
FREUTEK ATT0041 Magnetic Table 600 kg
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FREUTEK ATT0041 Magnetic Table 600 kg
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Surface table
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Germany, 45326 Essen
Surface table
FREUTEK ATT0040 Magnetic Table 300 kg
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Italy, 10156 Torino
FREUTEK ATT0040 Magnetic Table 300 kg
FREUTEK ATT0040 Magnetic Table 300 kg
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Italy, 10156 Torino
FREUTEK ATT0040 Magnetic Table 300 kg
FREUTEK ATT0040 Magnetic Table 300 kg
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Welding table
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Germany, 45326 Essen
Welding table
Surface plate on table
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Germany, 45326 Essen
Surface plate on table
PLANOLITH granite square
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Germany, 45326 Essen
PLANOLITH granite square
Marking plate with height marker
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Germany, 73235 Weilheim Teck
Marking plate with height marker
Machine tool worktable
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Italy, 31053 Pieve di Soligo
Machine tool worktable
UNBEKANNT Richttisch / Anreißtisch marking plate
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CARL MAHR Messtisch mit Gewindesäule L 250 mm Measuring equipment
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Measuring and marking plates belong to marking tools like scribers, compasses and other instruments. The marking process consists of drawing marks (engravings, dots, lines) on a workpiece, which allow precise further processing. For this purpose, the workpiece is clamped firmly on a marking plate or marking table. In order to achieve optimum results, the prototype, welded construction or casting to be measured must lie absolutely flat and steady. Therefore, measuring and marking plates are usually made of granite or cast iron. Surplex offers used plates at favourable conditions.

Plates for measuring and marking are primarily used in industry. They can be found either directly on the machine or in specialised measuring rooms, where ideal temperature and humidity conditions are maintained. Measuring and marking plates must be used together with the corresponding measuring instruments and marking tools.
  • Used on machines or in specialised measuring rooms
  • Requires corresponding measuring instruments
  • Using for measuring height and length
 Quality   Great offers   Personalized The plates are either placed on a table or on a frame, upon which they can be laid securely. Marking and measuring plates are made out of high quality granite, hard stone or cast iron. These materials can sustain minor damage and still remain level. No bulges develop around the damaged area and the surface maintains its evenness. Support tables are optimally produced with three legs to avoid wobbling. Various aids must clamp and secure the workpiece when using measuring plates. The measuring itself is done by a toolmaker's microscope or other specialised measuring instruments. With the proper comparison measurements, measuring plates enable the detection of discrepancies up to 1/1000mm. Application as a marking plate enables marking brackets and try angles as well as scribers and height gauges. Marking tables are often equipped with 3-axel driven marking machines. An axial measurement system is typical, facilitating the proper setting of the marking machine.

Measuring and marking plates are necessary for the measurement of the height and length of a workpiece, and for monitoring, which is done through the comparison with known measurements. Marking plates can be applied anywhere where workpieces must be marked for further machining. The level surface of these plates guarantees high accuracy when working together with a height gauge, as well as repetitive accuracy and consistency. When working with a height gauge, it is important that the plate and the foot are clean to avoid inaccuracies. An example of a typical marking plate application is in marking polished and case hardened workpieces with a diamond scribe. Normal workpieces can be marked with the help of a compass or a height gauge. During further machining, the marks in the material are easy to recognise.

Several firms have focussed on the production of measuring and marking plates. Recommendable brands include MITUTOYO, MAHR, MOORE & WRIGHT, MICROPLAN, STOLLE, STARRETT, BOCCHI, METROLOGY, BATY, JOHANN and FISCHER.