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Dial Depth Gauges

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Dial depth gauges have a spindle that travels down the length of the slot, step, hole, or projection being measured. When the spindle reaches the bottom, the length measurement is displayed on the dial indicator that’s fixed to the frame of the gauge.
Dial depth gauges have a spindle that travels down the length of the slot, step, hole, or projection being measured. When the spindle reaches the bottom, the length measurement is displayed on the dial indicator that’s fixed to the frame of the gauge.

Dial Depth Gauges with Measuring Rods

Dial Depth Gauges with Measuring Rods
Dial depth gauges with measuring rods are positioned over holes and the graduated blade/scale is lowered until it contacts the bottom of the hole. They have a dial gauge fixed to the frame that displays the reading. Depth gauges with a single fixed rod or plunger are for short measuring ranges, and interchangeable rods are used for deeper holes and larger ranges. They are commonly used to determine depth-of-groove and feature measurements.

Dial Position: Side ; Full Base Style

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Dial Position: Top ; Full Base Style

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Blade-Style Dial Depth Gauges

Blade-Style Dial Depth Gauges
Blade-style dial depth gauges have different tip shapes that allow for a range of hole measurements including depth-of-groove and feature measurements. These gauges consist of a half or full base and a blade-style scale that is lowered into holes.

Dial Position: Side ; Full Base Style

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