Qué es un vernier - Qu es un vernier Un vernier tambin llamado pie de rey es un instrumento de medicin parecido en la forma a una llave stillson sirve

Qué es un vernier - Qu es un vernier Un vernier tambin...

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¿Qué es un vernier? Un vernier, también llamado pie de rey, es un instrumento de medición parecido, en la forma, a una llave stillson, sirve para medir con mediana precisión hasta 128 de pulgada y hasta diezmilésimas de metro, más o menos funciona así, primero haces una aproximación de la medida con el cero (ya sea de pulgadas o CMS), si queda exactamente el cero en una rayitas, esa es la medida exacta, si no, tienes
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  • Winter '16
  • Precision, Instrumento de medición, Diámetro, Exactitud, Micrómetro

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