I saw a similar post on this sub but it was about digital calipers, if I'm posting in the wrong place I apologize. Can you recommend me a cheap but accurate analog caliper? It only needs to read in mm.
I realize this might not be the best place to ask this but idk where else. If you do, tell me and I'll go there.
Hi, does anyone know if a mountable vernier scale type thing exists. It would essentially be a regular ruler with the smaller ruler you find on vernier calipers. They would be separated with mounted on a stationary part and another on a part moving past it and would work like vernier calipers. Sounds like an easy way to get relatively precise position measurements w/o electronics or a dial indicator. Anybody know if this type of thing exists and goes by a different name?
Can someone help me read the value on this one? I noticed that when 0 bar goes below 0.5 mm, some lines align, but when I go 0.5-0.9, lines don't align anymore.
I am teaching my school's first ever AP Physics 1 course and was just given the green light to spend all of our department's money! I have some Vernier equipment, but only 1 of each of some of the essentials, and I am now trying to figure out what to get for a classroom set of equipment.
I already have 1 of the Go Direct dynamics cart system (2.2m) with the super awesome carts that connect to my laptop with Bluetooth. But I am trying to figure out if I should order more of those, or if the standard dynamics carts will suffice. I was thinking about trying to get 3 or 4 for the class. Does anyone have any opinions about what is better for a class set? Also, if the 1.2m is long enough or if I need 2.2m.
Also, if there are any other must have Vernier things that I should consider getting a classroom set of. Thanks guys!
I'm out of the loop on this on. The gang refers to mo vernie often and I'm out of the loop, can anyone inform me?