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Dial Indicator

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# A dial indicator is a tool used to measure linear displacements. It accomplishes so via the use of a plunger that's constricted to a measured linear movement. Simply, when the plunger is pushed into the body of the tool, the distance it is pushed in is "indicated" on the "dial" face of the tool. This is useful for any kind of precise measurement of thickness, depth, width, and can even be used to ensure a machining device or tool is accurately trammed.
# https://www.youmagine.com/designs/dial-indicator [[Image:Dial Indicator Front.jpg|200px|right]]
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