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How to read a vernier caliper 1080p, Full HD. It can't be taught any better. Having trouble reading a vernier caliper? Watch this video. Take a quick test.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5N9brV42fk The Top scale is called the vernier scale, and is in 0.001" (thousandths of an inch). They are often labeled 0, 5, 10, 15, 20, and 25 thousanths of an inch. The middle or bottom scale, not getting mixed up with vernier calipers that also have metric or millimeter scale, is called the main scale. The labeled increments are in 10th's of an inch. 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, & 9 tenth's of an inch. The lines in the middle of of the main scale are increments of 25 thousandths of an inch (0.025"). 0, 0.025, 0.050, 0.075, 0.125, 0.150, 0.175, 0.225, 0.250, 0.275, etc. To get the value of a vernier caliper simply find the zero line on the vernier scale, and see what line it falls after, on the main scale. In the video, the zero line on the top vernier scale is after the 0.125" line on the middle main scale. In the video, the first line on the top vernier scale that come in direct line with a line on the middle main scale is the 0.009" line on the top vernier scale. Knowing that, we add 0.125" from the main scale with 0.009" from the top vernier scale. We get 0.125 + 0.009 = 0.134" or One hundred and thirty four thousandths of an inch as our reading. Wanna play with the vernier caliper simulator? http://www.stefanelli.eng.br/en/en-vernier-caliper-pachymeter-calliper-simulator-inch.html

Bob and Sparky explain how to read metric vernier calipers. You can get some practice sheets at http://weldnotes.com #Vernier #WeldNotes

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Here's a quick video that puts thousandths of a inch into terms most people can relate to and shows what a difference a thousandth (.001") can make with the fit

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What is the diameter of a coin? Can you measure it accurately with a metre scale? Watch the video to find out how you can accurately measure the length of an ob

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In today's episode of watch and learn, we discuss how to use Vernier Calipers. The precursor to digital and dial calipers, the vernier scale increases the accur

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Bob and Sparky go over how to read a measuring tape or a ruler using fractions. Bob tells about a sneaky trick to make reducing fractions easier when using a t

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See how the numbers work on the dials to measure run-out or out-of-round. The idea works in fractions or decimals, metric or inch-based as well.

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To determine the Length of any object , Internal and External radius of any cylindrical object with the help of vernier caliper.

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principle and description of Vernier Callipers. Full experiment http://youtu.be/zqCkb80o_wY We have all the CBSE 12th Physics and Chemistry experiment videos.c

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Definition and formula of Least Count; How to find least count of Ruler, Protractor, Stop watch and Vernier Calipers SUBSCRIBE( it's free): https://www.youtube

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Using Simulation to instruct reading vernier caliper measurement. Special thanks to http://www.phy.ntnu.edu.tw for the simulation.

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How to read the caliper using the Vernier scale. I also have a digital caliper, but due to the humidity it never works. So I think it is good to have by hand on

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Bob Welds explains how to read a metric micrometer. See http://weldnotes.com for a transcript: http://weldnotes.com/how-to-read-a-metric-micrometer/

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Video tutorial on how to accurately read a dial vernier caliper and also the basic maintenance ownership of a dial vernier caliper. The dial vernier caliper is

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You can learn how to take reading using vernier caliper, measured external diameter, internal diameter and length of the cylinder.

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Measurements are demonstrated step-by-step to the full range of the instrument.

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