About this Course
The modern vernier caliper, which reads to thousandths of an inch, was invented by American Joseph R Brown in 1851. It was the first precision measurement tool that was priced reasonably enough for most machinists.
The ability to make precise measurements was instrumental in producing modern interchangeable parts.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
Discuss the parts of a vernier caliper
Explain how to read a vernier caliper
Explain how to take inside and outside measurements using a vernier caliper
Describe the methods used to maintain a vernier caliper
What You Get
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Parts of a Vernier Caliper
Reading a Vernier Caliper
Vernier Caliper Maintenance
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