The Parts on the Caliper that You Need to Know1. Inner jawThe inner jaw is part of the caliper which consists of a sliding jaw and a fixed jaw. The function of this inner jaw is to measure the inside such as the diameter of the hole or slit. As illustrated below: How to use it is to loosen the hook and insert the part of the caliper that is parallel to the hook.2. Outer Jaw
The external jaw is part of the caliper which consists of two jaws, namely sliding and fixed. Part of this caliper serves to measure the outside such as diameter, width or length of objects.
How to use it is to loosen the hook and place the object being measured in the middle of the caliper that is not parallel to the hook.3. Stalk Measure Depth
This stalk is part of the caliper whose function is to measure the depth of the hole in an object.4. Main Scale
The main scale is part of the caliper which has a function to express the main measurement results, usually expressed in cm or inches. Generally the length of the main scale is 15 - 17 cm.5. Nonius Scale
This section is part of the caliper whose function is to add an extra level of accuracy to the measurement. Usually expressed in units of mm or inches.6. Locking Bolt
The locking bolt is part of the caliper whose function is to hold the jaw in place, so that the object can be held/not released and the scale does not shift when measuring.
Those are the parts on the caliper that you need to know before using the caliper. The parts of a caliper are different from that of a thrust meter, roll meter, and laser meter. If you need calipers, make sure to use quality calipers such as the Mitutoyo calipers and the Kennedy calipers.
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