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Specialty Micrometers

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Specialty micrometers are used for specific jobs like measuring the inside and outside dimensions of tube thickness, gear teeth, pitch diameter of fasteners, and for measuring sheet metal thickness. Specialty micrometers have standard vernier or digital displays, but the size, shape, and orientation of the jaw, spindle, and anvil vary.
Specialty micrometers are used for specific jobs like measuring the inside and outside dimensions of tube thickness, gear teeth, pitch diameter of fasteners, and for measuring sheet metal thickness. Specialty micrometers have standard vernier or digital displays, but the size, shape, and orientation of the jaw, spindle, and anvil vary.
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Spherical Face Micrometers

Spherical Face Micrometers
Spherical face micrometers, also known as round or rounded face micrometers, have a standard outside micrometer body, thimble, and C-shaped jaw. Both contact faces are rounded, and they are commonly used to take measurements of rounded features.

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Adjustable-Collar & Interchangeable-Anvil Outside Micrometers

Adjustable-Collar & Interchangeable-Anvil Outside Micrometers
Interchangeable anvil outside micrometers have a standard micrometer C-shaped jaw and stock, but have anvils that can be changed to accommodate a range of applications. These micrometers are commonly used in machine shops, automotive repair shops, and for applications requiring a single micrometer with a range greater than 1”. Similarly, adjustable-collar micrometers are outside micrometers with an extension anvil collar and included setting standards to accomodate variable measuring lengths within a given range larger than a standard outside micrometer.

Operation Type: Unspecified

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Point Micrometers

Point Micrometers
These point micrometers resemble standard micrometers with C-shaped jaws, stock, and thimble but the measuring faces on the spindle and anvil come to sharp points. These smaller and pointed contact points are used to measure small grooves, recesses, and other tight spaces on a workpiece where a standard micrometer can’t be used. They are also used for making quick comparisons of thread accuracy in screw cutting applications.

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Blade Micrometers

Blade Micrometers
Blade micrometers have non-rotating spindles with flat blades for contact points. They have a standard micrometer body, thimble, and C-shaped jaw. They take accurate measurements of circular form tools, diameter and depth readings of narrow grooves, slots, keyways, recesses, and depths between lands and fins.

Operation Type: Unspecified

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Crimp Height Micrometers

Crimp Height Micrometers
Crimp height micrometers have a standard micrometer body and jaw with specialized measuring faces that are used to determine the height of crimp contacts. The anvil is used to support and position the top of the crimp while the pointed spindle is adjusted until it contacts the bottom of the radial surface. They are commonly used for measuring electrical components and plastic parts.

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Tube Micrometers

Tube Micrometers
Tube micrometers take thickness measurements of wall tubing and are used for measuring from a hole to an edge. These micrometers have a flat spindle paired with a cylindrical anvil that extends perpendicular to the spindle for a slim, rounded face used for the inside of small rounded features.

Operation Type: Unspecified

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V-Anvil Micrometers

V-Anvil Micrometers
V-anvil micrometers take measurements of the outside diameter of cutting tools. They have a standard micrometer stock and thimble paired with a specialty jaw and anvil. These micrometers are commonly used to measure odd-fluted taps, cutters, reamers, and also check out-of-roundness from centerless grinding or other machining operations.

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Spline Micrometers

Spline Micrometers
These spline micrometers take measurements of splined shafts, slots, and keyways. They have a standard jaw and body design, but are built with small-diameter cylindrical measuring faces. They have a thimble that adjusts the faces so they contact the features being measured.

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