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Use For A Broken Electronic Caliper

Discussion in 'METROLOGY - MEASURE, SETUP & FIT' started by bill stupak, Sep 3, 2016.

  1. bill stupak

    bill stupak United States Active Member Active Member

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    I use this to scribe sheet metal. The clear plastic is glued on and the scale is adhered with double back tape. Bill scribe.jpg
     
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    Ulma Doctor Infinitely Curious Active Member

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    nice save!
     
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    I’ll be waiting to see what you do with the electronic/top part of that caliper;)…Dave.
     
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    dlane Active User H-M Supporter-Premium

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    Better than " a vice stop for a mill " post a while back
     
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    Perfect loaner tool!
     
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    I hate to say it, but that is probably still more accurate than most of my machining requires. LOL.
    Chris
     
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