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Transcript of Measurements
measure was made by Hiram Farrand in
Berlin! Measurements by: Kyle Austin and Steven Norton The Rule to precision tools from semi-precision tools Measuring Tape a measuring tape is the
flexible version of a ruler. Need Help?! the micrometer the micrometer is
also known as mike thickness gages are leaves (pieces) of
metal manufactured to a precise thickness electronic gage anything that measures using fractions anything that measures using decimals it is used for long distances and
easy to carry on your tool belt. Often called a scale, which is WRONG!
There are three different types:
Decimal Inch it is capable of measuring to 0.01 mm Some measuring tools are not direct reading and require the help of a rule, micrometer, or Vernier caliper. there are a few different
types such as
-micrometer depht gage &
-screw-thread micrometer thickness and screw
pitch gages screw pitch gages are used to determine the number of threads per inch on a screw this is another type of extremely precise. these instruments in both US Convention and SI Metric units. http://www.youtube.com/ http://www.youtube.com/results?search_type=edu&rental=0&uni=3&movies_browse=1&search_query=measurement+song&oq=measurement+song&gs_l=youtube.3..0l3j0i5l7.10783.16765.0.16918.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.3126.96.36.199...0.0...1ac.1.ONOcA5s2Lps&edufilter=R77X1Y45qK10Rul3kxVhMw Fun Fact for you, the first model of the tape measure
was made in the 1900's by Hiram Farrand in Berlin