How to Calibrate a Vernier?

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To calibrate a vernier, you need a wide angle measurement and a fine angle for fine measurement. Start with the zero point which coincides with the start of the data scale and the final coincides with the end of the data scale. Subdivide the scale to precise measurements. Several forms of vernier callipers exist. For detailed information on calibration scale, visit: http://www.ask.com/wiki/Vernier_scale
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1. Clear the caliper jaws and track of grease, dirt or any other foreign matter by wiping them completely clean with a cloth. 2. Ensure that the gear glides smoothly across the tracks
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callibration of vernier caliper. It is calibrated base on the type , if it is 49/50, the 10th division of vernier scale will correspond with 9th division of the vernier scale.
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There are different types of caliper calibration methods depending what you are calibrating. The tools used for calibration are typically dial calipers, vernier ...
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