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    Thermite,
    Your statement "Those are national standard specs for gage blocks. They apply to blocks coming from the factory, and at any time during the blocks' usable lifetime."
    Isn't that what we are talking about ASME standards may be violated if proper repair methods are not used. If I remember right, after digging thru 3 pages of posts, with multiple posts that are distracting from the original subject, ASME Standards were never referred to. These specifications were pointed out for informational purposes as to what the standards are and the limits. The "Limit of Deviation From Any Point" is a +- value, a "Bump" is "Limit of Deviation From Any Point". Very harshly expressed, the "Bump" could be removed with a dremel tool as long as the specifications are not exceeded and the integrity of the flatness would not be touched.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lou View Post
    the "Bump" could be removed with a dremel tool as long as the specifications are not exceeded and the integrity of the flatness would not be touched.
    No argument, here. Doesn't mean I favour use of a Dremel, but yes, the principle holds.

    And there is the essence of it. Still useful. ELSE not.


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