Question about Mitutoyo Dial Indicator-Graduations:0. 001", Total Range:0. 075", Range per Rev: Model 1581-10
I have recently bought a Mitutoyo 513-402 (lever not plunger) dial indicator. How do I change the angle of the contact point?
By simply pushing it (the contact point), it may be stiff to start but should ease up over time. Remember if your doing precision work (0.001mm or seconds of a degree) changing this original position will affect your reading so refer to booklet within original packaging or visit mitutoyo website's (Japan, USA, UK) between them they have most instructions available it's just a question of finding it, Good Luck.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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