The New Vista Supercompliant DDG Series Toolholders

Whether the application is thread verification of existing threads, or chasing or retapping deformed or impeded existing threads, it is essential that the correct toolholder be selected. In all cases the tool must follow the existing thread with as little impediment or resistance as possible. Ordinary floating tapholders, or rubber couplings are not suitable for…Read More

TVM-ESC Thread Sorting Machines

New Vista’s TVM-ESCs are the most popular and widely used thread-sorting machines in the world. They are used for both “GO” and “NO GO” thread-verifications and are generally served from feeders, magazines or even hand fed. First introduced to the market in 2006, the longevity of these Machines is anchored in robust design and the…Read More

Pantograph-Mounted Thread Verification Stations

For low volume applications or when there’s a lot of variety, a TVS-SV Thread Verification Station may be your best choice. To see these in action, look at VSV4 and VSV5 . The counter-balanced pantograph makes the Unit easy to maneuver and it keeps the Thread Gage Member straight with the work. Anybody can learn…Read More

Handheld Thread Verification and Chasing

New Vista is well known for its large offering of automated thread verification and chasing equipment. But not every application requires an automated solution. If your volume is limited, a powered handheld device may be the answer. If you are still gaging or chasing threads manually, it’s probably for one or more of these reasons:…Read More

Hand-Loading vs. Integration for Thread Verification

There is a break-even point when considering whether to integrate a Thread Verification Station into a production line or just hand feed the Station, where the cost of paying a person to move parts is justified over laying out the capital for an automated device to perform this task, or vice versa. This is typically…Read More

Thread Verification Techniques In High And Medium Volume Production

Until relatively recently, manufacturers of auto and truck parts, medical and aerospace components and the like, relied on sampling inspection of threads using hand gages. But in the last dozen years, with an accelerated trend toward automated assembly; and with increased outsourcing of machined parts, it has become more urgent for them to move toward…Read More