Precision Hand Tools

The world was built with the use of Precision Measuring tools. If a product is manufactured to a size, the size of the product must be measured. The term Precision Hands Tools refers to some of the most common measuring equipment used in manufacturing. These are the gages inspectors use to perform inspection and layout on a daily basis. There are over a hundred manufacturers of precision tools on the Market place. Deciding which tools to purchase can be confusing. Remember it isn't about price it is about value. We will help you decide the tools you need by taking into consideration Accuracy, Precision, Durability, Delivery and most importantly value. At A.A. Jansson value is measured by how we can positively affect your bottom line without compromising on the quality of your product.

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Precision Hand Tools are used in every calibration laboratory and on every shop floor in the world. These are the measuring instruments that get the job done. Therefore it is important to maintain there working condition and proper calibration. A.A. Jansson calibrates all types of dimensional hand tools to help maintain your manufacturing and calibration processes.

  • Calipers
  • Comparator Gages
  • Dial Indicators
  • Height Gages
  • Micrometers
  • Depth Micrometers
  • Test Indicators
  • Parallels
  • V Blocks
  • 123 Blocks
  • And more...
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Precision Hand Tool Products

  • Angle Blocks
  • Angle Plates
  • Squares
  • Bore Gages
  • Protractors
  • Angle Gages
  • Calipers
  • Comparator Gages
  • Depth Gages
  • Dial Indicator Calibrator
  • Dial Indicators
  • Feeler Gages
  • Height Gages
  • Height Masters
  • Length Standards
  • Micrometers
  • Micrometer Standards
  • Parallels
  • Plain Pin/Plug Gages
  • Plain Ring Gages
  • Radius Gages
  • Pitch Gages
  • Precision Levels
  • Roundness Gages
  • Sine Plates
  • Sine Bars
  • Spheres
  • Test Indicators
  • Thickness Gages
  • Rules
  • Snap Gages
  • V Blocks
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