This is a bundle which includes all of the following tools. A 10-piece precision Angle Block Set, made in Japan. The set includes the following angles: 1 degree, 2 degrees, 3, 4, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 20 degrees. No brand name or indication of date of manufacture. They are in excellent condition.
All the blocks are clean with no evidence of any of them ever having been dropped. No evidence of filing or repair of nicks. They appear to have been used minimally and very carefully. A Taft Peirce Bevel Edge high precision surface plate square. Dimensions: 2.510" x 2.012" x.
Has an inventory stamp depicting 1976-77. Sharp edges throughout, no evidence of nicks.
The bevel edges are exceptionally clean and sharp. There was a stamp of some sort that came off, but the numbers are still readable: 52586. A Starrett dial indicator, No.On the back is a slot and 1/4-20 threads for mounting. The indicator is in excellent condition. The plastic cover is extremely clean with no significant scratches. The indicator is used but appears hardly used.
The action on the probe or arm is very smooth. Someone took very good care of this dial indicator.However, it does not come with a case. Another Starrett dial indicator, No.
In very good to excellent condition. The dial is in excellent condition with no scratches. Someone engraved by hand "CM350C" into the side of it. There is a paper sticker that says "For Reference Only" on the other side.The indicator has a 3 inch travel and measures down to. 001 inches The back of the indicator has a 1/4 inch hole for mounting to your equipment. Comes in a box, as seen in the photo. There are labels on the top of the box. Hopefully you can read all the info. They spelled "Starrett" wrong, but let's not hold that against them. They didn't make it. They just possessed it for a while. The probe or arm or whatever it's called, the thing that travels in and out, has a very smooth action. On the dial are actually three different hands.
The next arm, which is very small, reads 10ths of an inch. The third arm reads inches. Overall this dial indicator is in excellent condition. Another dial indicator, this one a Federal, Providence, RI, USA.
This device has D81 on the dial under the name. Maybe that's the part number. This indicator is in good condition. The action of the probe or arm is very smooth, with a travel of 1/4 inches.
A close look at the dial shows that it's numbered a bit differently. It's 0 to 50 then back to 0. The back of the device has a 1/4 inch through hole for mounting to your equipment. The dial is large, having a diameter of 2 1/2 inches. The indicator has some engraving on the back.It comes with a very nice metal case with all sorts of stickers on the top of the case, writing with magic markers and barcode stickers on the back. The case may not be original to the indicator, as the cut outs of the foam inside do not match the indicator and someone did some carving of the foam to accommodate the indicator. The case, with all its stickers and such, does appear to have housed some sort of dial indicator. It appears to have been owned by the US Air Force at one time. The only problem with this dial indicator is that the plastic movement cover comes off. However, the needle or hand has not been affected in any way. The issue with the plastic movement cover could be remedied with a bit of scotch tape, perhaps the least invasive way to keep the cover on.
But if it is to be used in environments where coolant is being splashed on the indicator, one would have to find a way to seal the movement. Overall the device is in very good condition.
Yet another dial indicator, this one a Fowler. I don't know where it's made.No part number anywhere on the device or the box. This indicator is digital and battery operated. Included in the box was a spare battery. I removed the on-board battery and replaced it with the included new one.
It will measure in millimeters, 001 inches and fractions of an inch. It seems to have a travel of a little over one inch. It appear to be used hand held or perhaps could be mounted as there is a raised surface on the back. A cursory Google search did not find this particular unit. But it appears to be kind of the economy version of the Fowler 125-006-1, I think.It wouldn't be difficult to figure out all it's workings. It is in excellent condition, appearing really like new. It comes with five extension arms which screw to the main arm. There is also a spare tip. There are no instructions with it, but, again, some research should bear fruit. A Torque watch, Waters MFG. 16612, plus or minus 2%. It was calibrated on 8/5/1966, as is depicted on a Torque Watch Calibration Chart, which is included.
The device is in good condition. As to its calibration accuracy, one can only guess. There are some smudges on the plastic dial cover which are unpleasant but don't interfere with its readability. There are some scratches or nicks on the blue body of the unit. I don't know much about the device.And if you are still reading, you probably know more about it than I do. It comes in its original, very sturdy metal case. The case is, however, missing the closure strap which secures it closed. I'm not sure that this device is really something a machinist uses, but it's nevertheless included in this lot of tools. The device has clean, sharp edges. The slide action is smooth, but it needs a bit of oil. If it was originally gun metal black, that patina has aged, as seen in the photos. Both of the cylindrical rods unscrew and their action is smooth. There is a bit of rust on a screw at the lower portion of the back end of it. I have not tried to remove that screw. Overall, the device is in very good condition with no nicks on the very clean and sharp edges.
Cosmetically it appears old as a result of the patina. It's function is not affected by this. Appears to have been very well taken care of. Comes in a wood box with a slide top.The box is pretty wiped out. If it will help the sale, perhaps I can take some videos which show functions of some of this equipment.
I'd have to figure out how, but I think I can manage that. If you have any questions about this lot of tools, please let me know.Thanks for looking and hanging in there to the end. The item "Machinist tools, assorted, Starrett dial indicators, gauge blocks, etc" is in sale since Thursday, October 28, 2021. This item is in the category "Business & Industrial\CNC, Metalworking & Manufacturing\Metalworking Inspection & Measurement\Gage Blocks & Spacers". The seller is "dlhjewelry" and is located in Prescott Valley, Arizona.
This item can be shipped to United States.