Sometimes called Verniers, these little bad boys will take the guessing out of measuring stuff. Gone are the days of measuring in terms of c**t hairs, little bits, -ish and scant sixteenths. Simply push the power button and slide the jaws open. The hooks on the back allow you to measure inner dimensions. As you open the jaws, a little due hicky dick bar comes out the bottom, this is used to measure hole depths.
Switch between metric and imperial measurements with the push of a button. The resolution is 0.001 inches which is like half as thick as a sheet of 20 pound printer paper.
- 6" electronic caliper with LCD display
- Inch to mm conversion button
- Stainless steel depth rod
- Thumb wheel adjustment
- Four ways to measure: outside, inside, step, and hole depth
- If you’re into pixies and ones and zeros you can hook up the electrical contacts to make a DRO for your mini-mill/lathe
- Accuracy +- 0.001” (.02mm)
- Working temp 5-40 celcius
- Resolution half a thou (0.0005”)
- Thumb wheel for fine movement
- Swanky as f*ck storage case (also holds baseball cards)
- (1) Digital Vernier Caliper
- (2) LR44 batteries
- (1) Protective case
- Stuff that needs measuring
Tools required: She is the tool
Installation notes: just be gentle and be sure that you TARE are the zero position unless you are using it for a more advanced measuring schema.