How do you read a veneer calliper?


A veneer calliper is an accuracy instrument that is used to establish the distance of internal and external to precision. To read a veneer calliper, check whether the scale is at zero; if not at zero adjust the callipers jaws to zero then remember to subtract and clean the surfaces.
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