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196MA1Z Universal Back Plunger Dial Indicator 65251

The Starrett 196 Universal Back Plunger Dial Indicator features graduations to .001" and 0.02mm that handle by far the majority of jobs. Shank diameter is 1/4" (6.3mm). Antimagnetic models are also available – (inch reading) 196A6Z and 196B6. For full use, the operator first chooses the proper contact from the three hardened contact points that come with each model. Then the contact should be brought against the work with enough pressure to give the hand one full turn. Set the hand at zero by rotating the dial with the knurled bezel. This provides one full rotation of the hand both to the right and left of zero, showing a rise or drop in the work and the amount of that variation. 0-100 with 3 Contact Points, Adapter, 4 Attachments in Case This provides one full rotation of the hand both to the right and left of zero, showing a rise or drop in the work and the amount of that variation.


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Features

  • One of the most versatile indicators available
  • Accurate and reliable
  • Simple to operate
  • Rugged, with few moving parts
  • Smooth in operation
  • For full use, the operator first chooses the proper contact from the three hardened contact points that come with each model
  • Shank diameter is 1/4" (6.3mm)
  • Attachments include clamp, tool post holder, snug and hole attachment
  • In Case

Specifications

  • Range (mm): 5mm
  • Graduations (mm): 0.02mm
  • Dial Reading: 0-100
  • Attachments: Indicator with 3 Contact Points, Adaptor, 4 Attachments* in Case
  • Dial Color: Yellow

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    California Proposition 65 Warning

      WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to: www.P65Warnings.ca.gov