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3D-Print your own hole measuring caliper cones
posted February 10 2015 19:11.07 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I use calipers extensively for may day-job and I know first hand how frustrating can it be when it comes to measure hole centers. Center to center or edge to center...
This instructable shows how to 3D-print your own caliper cones and make your life that much easier!
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