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How To Use a Hand-Held Micrometer to Measure Miniature and Instrument Ball Bearings - December 2013

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The article "How To Use a Hand-Held Micrometer to Measure Miniature and Instrument Ball Bearings" appeared in the December 2013 issue of Power Transmission Engineering.

Summary
For the most accurate measurements, miniature and instrument ball bearing dimensions should be measured with a calibrated air gauge. A good second option is a calibrated optical comparator. On occasion, it may be necessary to use a calibrated, hand-held micrometer to double-check a measurement or for simple verification while working in the field.

Keywords
bearings, ball bearings, miniature bearings, inspection, measurement, Pacamor Kubar Bearings

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