The high-precision digital thickness gauge for sale on Tool.com is suitable for industries such as automotive, aerospace, and manufacturing and features a jaw depth of 120mm and a resolution of 0.001mm. With a large LCD display, the numbers are clear and easy to read. Whether you're a professional or a DIY enthusiast, this high-precision digital thickness gauge is the perfect tool for reliable and efficient material thickness measurement.
The High Precision Digital Thickness Gauge with 120mm depth and 0.001mm resolution is an exceptional tool designed for accurate material thickness measurement. Its key features include:
- High Accuracy: The gauge has a resolution of 0.001mm, ensuring highly precise measurements.
- Wide Measuring Range: With a measuring range of 0-10mm, it can handle a wide range of materials.
- Large LCD Display: The large LCD display provides clear and easy-to-read measurements.
- Deep Jaw Depth: With a jaw depth of 120mm, this gauge can measure the thickness of even thicker materials.
- Durability: The gauge is made of high-quality materials that ensure durability and long-lasting use.
- Versatility: This gauge is suitable for use in various industries, such as automotive, aerospace, and manufacturing.
Overall, the high-precision digital thickness gauge with 120mm depth and 0.001mm resolution is a versatile, reliable, and efficient tool for precise and accurate material thickness measurement.
Digital Thickness Gauge Parameters
Tips: Precautions for using a digital thickness gauge
- When measuring, keep a distance of 20-30cm between your eyes and the gauge.
- Keep the display screen of the thickness gauge at a 90-degree angle during measurement.
- The measured part should not have any dirt, oil stains, water, or other substances to avoid increasing measurement errors and reducing the lifespan of the gauge.
- The measured part should not be shaken back and forth during measurement to avoid affecting the accuracy of the measurement.
- Do not forcefully press the measurement handle of the thickness gauge to avoid damaging it.
- Handle the gauge gently during use, and do not throw it randomly on the machine or on the ground to avoid affecting the performance of the gauge.
- Store the gauge properly after use to prevent loss. Put it in the toolbox and take protective measures against moisture, acid and alkali corrosion, etc.
- Protect the calibration label. If it is damaged, notify the part-time metrologist in the workshop to re-label it.
- Disconnect the power when not in use. For those that cannot disconnect power, remove the batteries.
- If the digital display does not show or flickers, the battery voltage may be low. Replace the battery to eliminate the problem.
- If there is no display, it may be due to poor battery contact. Replace the battery or clean the battery clip to solve the problem.
- If the digital display is locked, it may be due to a circuit failure. Remove the battery for one minute and reinstall it to resolve the issue.
FAQs of digital thickness gauge
Q1: What is a digital thickness gauge?
A1: A digital thickness gauge is a measuring device that uses digital technology to accurately measure the thickness of a material, such as metal, plastic, or paper. It usually features a digital display screen that shows the precise thickness measurement in either millimeters or inches.
Q2: What types of materials can be measured with a digital thickness gauge?
A2: A digital thickness gauge can measure a variety of materials, including metals, plastics, rubber, paper, textiles, and more.
Q3: How accurate is a digital thickness gauge?
A3: The accuracy of a digital thickness gauge depends on the device's quality and specifications. High-quality digital thickness gauges can have an accuracy of up to 0.001mm. Such as our 0.001mm digital thickness gauge.
Q4: Can a digital thickness gauge be used for non-destructive testing?
A4: Yes, some digital thickness gauges have the capability to perform non-destructive testing by using ultrasonic technology.
Q5: Can a digital thickness gauge be used in harsh environments?
A5: Yes, some digital thickness gauges are designed for use in harsh environments, such as high temperatures or areas with exposure to dust or moisture. Be sure to check the specifications of your device before use in harsh environments.