I have (among other measuring tools) one of those
cheap chinese 6" digital calipers that you can often
get for $19.99 from Harbor Freight, etc.
It has always worked just fine, and seems as accurate
as you could expect for a caliper, as opposed to
It has been one of the most useful tings I ever got
for twenty bucks.
--- Randall <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I would assume anything from Starrett, but that's
> probably the upper
> > limit of the price range.
> Way too much for my pocketbook ! I just buy cheap
> dial indicators, then throw
> them away when something goes wrong. That way I can
> keep one at the lathe, and
> one at the workbench, and one in the roll-away, etc.
> > Is getting something with a digital readout going
> > to be a risk these days for accuracy and breakage?