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Mitutoyo blade micrometer

 

Blade micrometers are designed for outside diameter groove measurement and undercuts on lathe work.

Mitutoyo high resolution blade micrometers have a steel blade thickness of .030" and blade length .250". All blade micrometers have non rotating spindles. Storage case and manufacturer's certificate of calibration is included.

Blade Micrometer

0-1" Model 122-125 with .030" steel blades is shown above.

 

Model no.

Range

Units

Purchase Order Price

Discount Internet Price

122-125

0-1"

.0001"

301.00

240.80 (limited supply) order now

122-126

1-2"

.0001"

315.00

252.00 (limited supply) order now

122-127

2-3"

.0001"

331.00

check discount and stock

122-128

3-4"

.0001"

353.00

check discount and stock

122-101

0-25 mm

0,01 mm

301.00

check discount and stock

122-102

25-50 mm

0,01 mm

315.00

check discount and stock

122-103

50-75 mm

0,01 mm

331.00

check discount and stock

122-104

75-100 mm

0,01 mm

353.00

check discount and stock

122-105

100-125 mm

0,01 mm

406.00

check discount and stock

 

You can save a great deal of money by ordering these blade micrometers online rather than by purchase order. Click on "check stock" (above) for information.

 

Extra Thin Blade

 

The following Mitutoyo model has an extra thin blade thickness of .016", and blade length .118"

The following Mitutoyo model has carbide blades with blade thickness .016", and blade length .157"

A note about carbide blades: although they won't wear down like steel blades, thin carbide blades are brittle and sooner or later they will break off, usually when you inadvertently "twist" the micrometer while it's in a groove, and usually while you're in the middle of an important project. Repairs are possible but quite expensive when the carbide needs to be replaced. The moral: don't buy carbide unless you have a good reason.

 

Related Topics

 

You will need a 1" gage block to zero set model 122-126. (Model 122-125 does not require a gage block. You will set the spindle to zero when the anvils are closed.)

Blade micrometer repair

 

If the blades on your Mitutoyo blade micrometer are broken, chipped or worn, they can be reground and lapped, or replaced if necessary. Repairs are available through Long Island Indicator Service. See page 30 for details.

 

 

from our book shelf

The Companion Reference Book on Dial and Test Indicators … page 178
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Starrett 711 Last Word Indicator Repair Manual … page 199
Interapid Indicator Repair Manual … page 208
Compac Test Indicator Repair Manual ... page 194
 

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