The Starrett 449AZ-6R Non-Rotating Blade Micrometer Depth Gage has a 0-6″ measuring range with a 2-1/2″ (63mm) base and six interchangeable rods. The blade is .045″ thick and 1/8″ wide (1.2 x 3.2mm). Sturdy enough to measure the smallest part of your project without breaking or bending.
The blade does not turn, but moves perpendicularly only, permitting depth measurement of narrow shoulders without the bade rolling off. Position the blade at any angle relative to the base to accommodate different applications on the workpiece.
Experience uniform pressure and quicker adjustment with a combination ratchet and speeder. This makes the 449AZ-6R perfect for inspection work or production line work. It comes with six interchangeable rods and an adjusting wrench in a padded case.
Features and Specifications
- Measure the depths of holes, slots, shoulders, and projections with these fine tools
- Non-rotating blade: blade does not turn, but moves perpendicularly only
- 2-1/2″ (63mm) base
- .045″ thick x 1/8″ wide (1.2 x 3.2mm) blade
- Combination ratchet and speeder for uniform pressure and quicker adjustment
- Ring-type knurled lock nut for quick and sure locking
- Quality Control
- Measure the depth of holes, grooves, slots
- Ensure accurate fit and tolerances
- Measure the thickness of flat surfaces
- Check hole diameters in castings, forgings, machined parts, and sheet metal parts
Blade Micrometer Depth Gages
A blade micrometer depth gage is a device that measures the depth of a hole or groove. What makes it unique is its versatility; it can measure widths, depths, thicknesses, and diameters. Take measurements by inserting the blade into the groove and measuring how far it goes in.
The L.S. Starrett Company is a world leader in precision measuring tools and instruments. Since 1880, they have been an industry standard. Starrett’s high quality and durability have made the brand an industry standard for decades. They produce products for various industries, including aerospace, automotive, manufacturing, and commercial construction. Today, they’ve expanded into metalworking, making saw blade products for manufacturing operations worldwide.