All Gagemaker equipment that has a requirement to be calibrated will be shipped along with the calibration certificate and sticker (as per ISO standards).
If you are unsure at the time of purchasing you can click “Chat” and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have. If you mistakenly order the wrong tool/size as long as it is returned within 7 days we will issue a full refund.
Typically, for a delivery in the United States, you can expect your order to be shipped (UPS) by the next day with a typical 3 day ETA. If you need the order sooner you can request expedited delivery which you will receive the next day.
Of course. Our work is the same regardless if the tool passes or fails calibration. If the item is a tool we can perform repair on we will confirm with you before we go ahead as there’s a chance there will be an extra cost for the added labor or parts.
Yes. We are accredited (certified) to ISO/IEC 17025:2005. To view our ISO certificate click here.
If the manufacturer of your tool does not give a recommendation and it is not governed by an International Standard we recommend calibration be performed every year, until you can establish a calibration history and compare results over time.
Do you really want to risk having 3 years worth of unreliable measurements?
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A traceable calibration certificate will have measurement results, traceable to NIST data. An Accredited Calibration will include an Uncertainty Budget, according to ISO 17025.
In theory, yes. However, you may run into an issue with an auditor. Some people view this practice as a conflict of interest. Are you really going to fail your own tool, when it means you have to put it out of service for a while? Also, you would have to prove competency.
If it’s a legal requirement, or if you need to follow the changes of the instrument over time.