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T463P Micrometer Head 52446

The Starrett 463 and 1463 Micrometer Head features 0-1/2" range, and .0001" graduation. 0-1/2” Range, .0001” Grad, Plain.

This item is discontinued. Please consider the recommended alternative listed above or contact our special order department at (978) 249-3551 x410 for more information.

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  • Starrett satin chrome finish – no glare – resists rust on all reading surfaces
  • Advanced sleeve design with staggered lines and distinct figures for precise and easy readability
  • Quick-reading figures
  • Extremely hard and stable one-piece spindle (the heart of our accuracy and long life)
  • Micro-lapped measuring face for flatness and squareness
  • Quick and easy adjustment


  • Micrometer Type: Mechanical Micrometer Head
  • Range (in): 0-1/2"
  • Graduations (in): .0001"
  • Spindle Material: Steel
  • Spindle Type: Flat
  • Thimble Type: Plain
  • Accuracy (in): +/-.00005"


    Member of Kit
    Item #DescriptionPart No.QtyInformation
    1STEM, MIC CALIPER16908-01
    2SHELL, OUTSIDE26346-01
    4SHELL, ADJUSTING16916-01
    5SPRING, BARREL01641-C1
    6SCREW, .157-40 SLOT X .377 LONGPT051361
    7WRENCH #232 1/2PT171841
    8NUT, .312-60 ADJUSTING16906-01





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    Catalog 33 - Section 1 - Micrometers
    The L.S. Starrett Company

    In the hands of a skilled operator, the precision micrometer is the most accurate hand-held tool available. When close measurements are necessary, the micrometer is the ideal tool for the job because measurement and reading are on the same axis and the anvil end is supported by a strong frame.

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