depth micrometer

depth micrometer

[′depth mī′kräm·əd·ər]
(design engineering)
A micrometer used to measure the depths of holes, slots, and distances of shoulders and projections.
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2 is the groove depth and is found by measuring the depth of the groove with a dial caliper or depth micrometer using the probe function in the normal manner.
Custom-made calibrated stainless steel die (Depth micrometer).
Since the boxes were heavy, rather than haul the parts upstairs to the QC lab the quality person took the depth micrometer down to the dock and began to perform a final inspection on this critical dimension.
A recessed head cylinder will require both feeler gauges and depth micrometer. The barrel-to-cylinder gap may show a small increase but usually it remains in spec.
Soldiers in the field must use a depth micrometer to correctly take and calculate the wheel end's shim thickness.
The sections of the pipeline were located in a shop, where initial detailed manual measurements with a depth micrometer were carried out.
Using a depth micrometer or the depth-recording stem on your caliper, measure from the side of the slide to the side of the sight base on each side of the slide.