How do you read Vernier micrometer caliper scales?

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To read vernier micrometer caliper scales, you should put the object between the jaws of the callipers, close it and then mark the position of the '0' mark on the Vernier scale. Then, establish the assessment for the final decimal place by checking on the marks that align entirely with the marks on the caliper scale.
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1. Place the object to be measured between the jaws of the calipers and close the calipers by sliding the Vernier until its travel stops. Do not use excessive force when closing the
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The cursor for the main scale is the 0, or left-hand end, line on the vernier scale.
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The zero error for Vervier Caliper is depend on the Scale, it can be 1/10, 1/20 , 1/50 and 1/100 scale. For example your vernier is using 1/10 scale, its mean that the zero tollerance
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1. Close the caliper all the way to make sure no light can be seen through the jaws. If there is this means the caliper needs to be clean thoroughly or there is a metal burr on the
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How to Read Vernier Micrometer Caliper Scales
Vernier calipers are highly precise instruments for measuring lengths and diameters of objects, typically to a precision of 0.05 millimeters. Vernier calipers consist of two primary parts: the caliper, which is usually marked in standard units of length,... More »
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