Question about Mitutoyo Measuring Tools & Sensors
In order to reset the zero point for your specific micrometer, you will need to have a standard set of pre-set dimensional pin(s). You can check the attached link (page 71 of the Mitotoyo catalog) for the information you need). I guess you could try to find or make a pin with the same dimensions as those noted on the catalog page, but if you're using this in a manufacturing setting, you might have no choice but to purchase a set of gauges for calibrating your micrometer.
The only other option is to contact the manufacturer for an alternative method, but I doubt they'll be able to provide any alternative, as precision setting of the zero point is required for accurate readings with this specialty micrometer.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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