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Product Description

Shars Tool 0.030" Dial Test Indicator .0005"

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Application

Dial Test Indicator measures deflection of the contact point in bidirectional movement and allow measurement to be taken in narrow grooves and small bores as well as sweeping a surface to check for flatness or runout.

Features:

  • Measuring Range - Test Indicator 0.030"; Graduation: 0.0005"
  • Dial Reading 0-15-0; Measuring Force: 0.5N
  • Face Color: White; Face Diameter: 1-1/4"
  • Stem Diameter: 3/8, 5/32"
  • Contact Point Length: 0.82"; Contact Point Ball Diameter: 0.080"
  • Contact Point Thread Size: M1.8 x 0.35

Product Spotlight

  • All pinions are mounted in an isolated assembly completely separate from outer body to maintain highest accuracies
  • Main body are made from high quality brass in satin chrome finish for long product life
  • 180 Swiveling and two directional functions
  • Contact point with automatic reversal
  • Carbide Contact Mounted

Shars 25 LBS Universal Magnetic Indicator Holder with .030" Test

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