DIGITAL INDICATING MICROMETERS
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Indicating Micrometers, also known as dial micrometers, are a type of micrometer that uses a dial gauge to display the measurement value rather than a digital readout. They are commonly used in manufacturing, machining, and engineering applications where precise measurements are required.
Indicating Micrometers work on the same principle as standard micrometers, with an anvil, spindle, and measuring tip or contact. The object being measured is placed between the anvil and spindle, and the measuring tip is used to gently apply pressure to the object until it is securely held in place. The dial gauge then displays the measurement value in analog format, which can be easily read and interpreted.
One of the key advantages of Indicating Micrometers is their ease of use and accuracy. They typically have a measuring range of up to 1” or 25mm, and can measure dimensions to within a thousandth of an inch or a hundredth of a millimeter. The dial gauge provides an immediate visual indication of the measurement value, which can be quickly recorded or used for further analysis.
Indicating Micrometers may also come with additional features such as data output capabilities, zero-set buttons, and locking mechanisms to prevent unintentional movement during measurement.
Overall, Indicating Micrometers are essential tools for ensuring accurate and precise measurements in a variety of industries and applications. Their analog dial gauge provides a simple and reliable means of measuring dimensions, and they are widely used in manufacturing and quality control processes.
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