How Should a 0-1 Micrometer Be Calibrated?

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To calibrate a 0-1 Micrometer, you should open it and measure a 0.625cm gauge block. Check to see the reading of the thumb wheel, it will measure 0.4/1000 cm. Now measure a 1.25cm measurement. If both the measurement turns out to be in between a thousand of an inch, it would mean that there is no need to further calibrate the 0-1 Micrometer.
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 1. Close the micrometer to make sure it is reading zero correctly. Turn the thumbwheel until the sliding spindle touches the anvil. The reading on the sleeve should be on zero and http://www.ehow.com/how_8271131_read-01-micrometer...
 1.0 micrometre/1 centimetre = 1 micrometre/10,000 millimetre = 1/10,000. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_fraction_of_a_centi...
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