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Standard Gage
$38.69
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3" 90° Stainless Steel Square with Block Base, Grade A, knife edge, DIN 875, in case with inspection report

Standard Gage
$58.47
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9" 90° Stainless Steel Square with Block Base, Grade B, knife edge, DIN 875, in case with inspection report

Standard Gage
$76.53
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12" 90 Stainless Steel° Square with Block Base, Grade B, knife edge, DIN 875, in case with inspection report

Standard Gage
$136.00
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<div class="aplus"><p>The Standard Gage 00524103 Value Micrometer and Caliper Set includes a 0 to 1" external micrometer, 0 to 6" ...dial calipers, and a depth measuring base for making precision measurements. The micrometer has 0.0001" graduations and precision of 0.00016". It has carbide-tipped measuring faces, a ratchet friction thimble, and a nut for locking the spindle in place. The dial calipers have a black-face dial indicator with 0.001" graduation increments and 0.100" travel per revolution. The calipers are made of stainless steel and have a nut for locking the jaws in place. The depth measuring base is a T-bar style base that attaches to the dial calipers' ruled blade to aid depth measurement and is 76.2mm long to span holes and recesses for stable measurements. The set comes with a storage case. Calipers and micrometers are typically used in manufacturing, machining, and mechanical engineering. </p><p>Micrometers are precision measuring instruments that use a calibrated screw to measure distances. These measurements are translated into large rotations of the screw that are then able to be read from a scale or a dial. Micrometers are typically used in manufacturing, machining, and mechanical engineering. There are three types of micrometer: outside, inside, and depth. Outside micrometers may also be called micrometer calipers, and are used to measure the length, width, or outside diameter of an object. Inside micrometers are typically used to measure interior diameter, as in a hole. Depth micrometers measure the height, or depth, of any shape that has a step, groove, or slot.</p><p>Dial calipers are measuring instruments commonly used for inspection in manufacturing to provide the precise measurements of an object. A pair of jaws attached to a long beam with a marked scale is used to measure inside, outside, and step measurements in standard or metric units. An additional depth probe slides along the beam to take depth measurements. One jaw is fixed to the end of the scale, while the other jaw slides along it to take measurements. A circular dial indicator is fixed to the movable jaw on a toothed gear rack that transfers movement of the jaws to the dial needle. The base measurement is taken from the long beam, which provides the initial whole measurement in inches or centimeters, and added to the dial reading, which provides fractional measurements in inches or millimeters. A locking mechanism provides the ability to take differential measurements for determining the difference in measurements between two objects. Compared to digital calipers, dial calipers are more durable, but are more susceptible to shock damage and prone to getting dirt in the gears, which can cause accuracy problems. Vernier calipers are more durable than dial calipers because they do not have internal moving parts, but they can be more difficult to read. Dial calipers are commonly used in fields such as metalworking, mechanical engineering, machining, and carpentry. </p><p>Standard Gage manufactures precision measuring equipment and metrology hand tools. The company is headquartered in North Kingstown, RI. </p><h5>What's in the Box?</h5><UL><LI>0 to 1" external micrometer (00124010)</LI><LI>0 to 6" black-face dial calipers (00524010)</LI><LI>T-bar depth measuring base (00564001)</LI><LI>Storage case</LI></UL></div> read more

Standard Gage
$136.00
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<div class="aplus"><p>The Standard Gage 00524104 Value Micrometer and Caliper Set includes a 0 to 1" external micrometer, 0 to 6" ...dial calipers, and a depth measuring base for making precision measurements. The micrometer has 0.0001" graduations and precision of 0.00016". It has carbide-tipped measuring faces, a ratchet friction thimble, and a nut for locking the spindle in place. The dial calipers have a white-face dial indicator with 0.001" graduation increments and 0.100" travel per revolution. The calipers are made of stainless steel and have a nut for locking the jaws in place. The depth measuring base is a T-bar style base that attaches to the dial calipers' ruled blade to aid depth measurement and is 76.2mm long to span holes and recesses for stable measurements. The set comes with a storage case. Calipers and micrometers are typically used in manufacturing, machining, and mechanical engineering. </p><p>Micrometers are precision measuring instruments that use a calibrated screw to measure distances. These measurements are translated into large rotations of the screw that are then able to be read from a scale or a dial. Micrometers are typically used in manufacturing, machining, and mechanical engineering. There are three types of micrometer: outside, inside, and depth. Outside micrometers may also be called micrometer calipers, and are used to measure the length, width, or outside diameter of an object. Inside micrometers are typically used to measure interior diameter, as in a hole. Depth micrometers measure the height, or depth, of any shape that has a step, groove, or slot.</p><p>Dial calipers are measuring instruments commonly used for inspection in manufacturing to provide the precise measurements of an object. A pair of jaws attached to a long beam with a marked scale is used to measure inside, outside, and step measurements in standard or metric units. An additional depth probe slides along the beam to take depth measurements. One jaw is fixed to the end of the scale, while the other jaw slides along it to take measurements. A circular dial indicator is fixed to the movable jaw on a toothed gear rack that transfers movement of the jaws to the dial needle. The base measurement is taken from the long beam, which provides the initial whole measurement in inches or centimeters, and added to the dial reading, which provides fractional measurements in inches or millimeters. A locking mechanism provides the ability to take differential measurements for determining the difference in measurements between two objects. Compared to digital calipers, dial calipers are more durable, but are more susceptible to shock damage and prone to getting dirt in the gears, which can cause accuracy problems. Vernier calipers are more durable than dial calipers because they do not have internal moving parts, but they can be more difficult to read. Dial calipers are commonly used in fields such as metalworking, mechanical engineering, machining, and carpentry. </p><p>Standard Gage manufactures precision measuring equipment and metrology hand tools. The company is headquartered in North Kingstown, RI. </p><h5>What's in the Box?</h5><UL><LI>0 to 1" external micrometer (00124010)</LI><LI>0 to 6" white-face dial calipers (00524011)</LI><LI>T-bar depth measuring base (00564001)</LI><LI>Storage case</LI></UL></div> read more

Standard Gage
$73.00-$121.00
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<div class="aplus"> <p>The Standard Gage shockproof dial caliper measures in inches with graduations on the dial every 0.001". One... full revolution of the dial is equivalent to 0.100". The dial glides smoothly within its entire range and resists damage from minor impacts. Linear accuracy meets Deutsches Institut für Normung (DIN) 862 standards. This caliper is suitable for measuring inside dimensions (ID), outside dimensions (OD), and depth. Stainless steel construction offers corrosion resistance, increased accuracy, and long life.</p> <p>Calipers measure the distance between two opposing sides of an object. They make inside, outside, depth, or step measurements, according to their type. Calipers are commonly used in architecture, metalworking, mechanical engineering, and machining. The simplest calipers have two legs to mark the two points and require a ruler to take the measurement. More complex calipers use two sets of jaws instead of legs and have up to two graduated scales. Vernier, dial, and digital calipers give direct and accurate readings and are functionally identical, having a calibrated scale with a fixed jaw, and another jaw with a movable pointer that slides along the scale. The vernier caliper has a scale sliding parallel to the main scale for an additional, fractional reading to improve measurement precision. The dial caliper has a circular dial with a pointer on a toothed gear rack replacing the second vernier scale. As with the vernier, this second measurement is added to the reading from the main scale to obtain the result. The digital caliper takes a differential by zeroing the display at any point along the slide, with an LCD that displays a single value in English and/or metric units.</p> <p>Standard Gage manufactures precision measuring equipment and metrology hand tools, and is a product line by Hexagon Metrology. Standard Gage is headquartered in North Kingstown, RI.</p> </div> read more

Standard Gage
$33.00
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<div class="aplus"><p>The Standard Gage 00524001 stainless steel vernier caliper has a 6" measuring range and 0.001" graduation fo...r measuring the inside diameter (ID) and outside diameter (OD) of holes, grooves, and tube thicknesses, and depth measurements of bores and grooves. The sharp black graduations on the satin-chrome finished bar ease reading, and stainless steel construction provides durability and wear-resistance. It has 1.6" long jaws and includes a fitted case. Linear accuracy meets Deutsches Institut für Normung (DIN) 862 standards.</p><p>Vernier calipers are measuring instruments commonly used for inspection in manufacturing to provide the precise measurements of an object. A pair of jaws attached to a long beam with a marked scale is used to take inside, outside, and step measurements. An additional depth probe slides along the beam to take depth measurements. One jaw is fixed to the end of the scale, while the other jaw slides along it with gearless precision to take measurements. The main scale is engraved directly on the beam while the vernier scale is engraved on the slider mechanism. The base measurement is taken from the long beam, which provides the initial whole measurement in inches, centimeters, or millimeters. To obtain the total measurement, the base reading is added to the vernier scale reading, which provides fractional measurements in inches or millimeters. A locking mechanism provides the ability to take differential measurements for determining the difference in measurements between two objects. Compared to digital and dial calipers, vernier calipers are more durable because they do not have internal moving parts, and are less prone to inaccuracy caused by shock, debris, and other contaminants, but they can be more difficult to read than digital and dial calipers. Vernier calipers are commonly used in fields such as metalworking, mechanical engineering, machining, and carpentry.</p><p>Standard Gage manufactures precision measuring equipment and metrology hand tools. The company is headquartered in North Kingstown, RI.</p><h5>What's in the Box?</h5><UL><LI>Standard Gage 00524001 6" stainless steel vernier caliper</LI><LI>Fitted case</LI></UL></div> read more

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