Brown & Sharpe 599-615-1 Depth Gauge, Ruler Type, 0-5" Range, 32nds/64ths Graduation, +/-0.001" Accuracy
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marked USA on the stop block, and there are no markings on the scale, but the plastic case is stuck with a sticker with Brown & Sharpe. You should only focus on it if you are going to designate
I just got it, and it has to do with finding out what the actual depth is, for The round nut must be tightened, then removed, and the rod measured from the tip to the adjustable shoulders with a Vernier dial gauge.
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It is a great There are no difficult to read rules in the rule. The quality of steel is high, and it is This rule sits in some slop in the track, and it makes it a little hard to read The tool is of high quality, but not in a way that will affect its over all quality. Despite the fact that the rod it comes with is bent, it only scored 4/5 stars compared to 5/5 stars. There is not much to complain about, but there is one area of disappointment since it is bent towards both ends, which will make measuring the depth of holes interesting. The product was of very high quality and arrived within a short time.
A slot in the head allows the head to move a little bit The difference is almost a full percentage point Grade point average of 1 A little more or less The thickness of a penny at five inches is 1/16. That's fine. But it's not enough slop to make up for what I got wrong with the first item. A slot was about one inch wide in the head. Using 5 degrees off of the Those measurements will not be precise if that's done. In my opinion, it should be returned. Problem-solving in a hurry There are no fees for returns.
He replaced the old motor well - In the middle. Rules are excellent in this case The surface is satin. Ensure that the edges are clean I like the etching A simple and easy to read document.
I love how it works! The hose is nice and sturdy, ideal for carburetors.
Very hard to read though. There's no way I can tell what the long pin is for, but it's fine and it works. It's tough to read, but that's what you get when you work with a fine scale and small tools.
I found this to be a very useful It comes in handy when I'm making electric guitars that have solid body parts, as I can set it for router depth, and it allows me to quickly measure the area being routed without having to use sliding calipers (more expensive as well). I find this very useful for my applications, although it's pretty basic.
The item is of good quality and made in the United States.
I intend to get a depth gauge to use at The hole must not be fully tapped for this tool to work.