I've just learned from another group that Netto will be flogging off
digital vernier gauges at £9.99 from tomorrow (Monday).
I have *no* clue how good (or bad!) they'll be, but the price is
This sort of stuff doesn't hang around long by the way...
Has anybody tried to remove the display part of a " cheap" digital caliper and
have it working remotely?
I am toying with the idea to make a digital readout for the crossfeed on a
lathe, but being a cheapskate I don't want to end up with a load of useless
caliper parts, any helpful ideas out there?
Went to local Netto didn't see the verniers but ended up buying an 18v cordless
drill, a router
and a circular saw for less than £65. Whilst not top quality I've been using the
consider it good vfm and if the other bits perform as well I'll be pleased