# Virtual micrometer in millimeter simulator of reading thousandth resolution

## How to use, read and interpretate the measurement instrument micrometer in millimeter range between 0 (zero) and 25mm and resolution thousandth of millimeter (0.001mm)

Roll down until the end of the page, drag and drop the thimble of the bigger visualization in the vertical for fine closeup or the thimble of the smaller visualization in the horizontal for fast advance

## Principle of operation of instrument of linear measurement micrometer in millimeter thousandth resolution

The resolution of micrometer is obtained of interaction of 'micrometric screw', machined on the spindle, with the screw of 'internal bush'. Usually, the micrometric screw is of imput and your step is of 0.50mm. This means that a complete turn (360°) of the thimble, and of the spindle, will produce an advance similar to the step (fifty hundredths).

The centesimal reading of this instrument is obtained because of the perimeter of the thimble, where are minted fifty equidistant divisions. A complete turn will produce an advance of 0.50mm and the fifty divisions will sweep the refference line.

The thousandth resolution is obtained applying the principle of vernier , minted in the sleeve.

## Main components of the micrometer

Arc, refference line, sleeve, spindle, thimble, measurement points, turnstile and locker are some of the components of the micrometer. To know them, clic here

## Simulator of instrument of measurement micrometer in millimeter thousandth resolution

clic in the eye to hide the result of the measure with micrometer in millimeter thousandth resolution

to reduce the number of clics, this simulator has a fast advance. Just drag and drop in the horizontal the thimble of the smaller visualization. For the fine drag and drop the thimble of the bigger visualization in the vertical

#### now that you already practiced:

selfassessment of reading and interpretation of thousandth micrometer

list of exercises of reading and interpretation of micrometer with hundredth and thousandth resolution