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Mystery gauge tool - for wire? pivots? sizes 000-34 "Click" to Login or Register 
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Mystery gauge tool - for wire? pivots? sizes 000-34

Initially looks like a screwplate or screw plate...
Holes are numbered from 000, 00, 0, 1 through to 34.
There are other numbers outside the larger holes but no idea what they refer to...


Roddy JB


 
Posts: 1364 | Location: Richmond, British Columbia in Canada | Registered: January 07, 2009
IHC Member 2075
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I love old tools , let's try this - hole 0 should measure .06 mm , hole 1 should be .07 mm or #5 = 1/8" and # 14 = 1/4" , if that works it is numbered screws (US) sadly there are a few other odd screw measurement tables
 
Posts: 1574 | Location: Maryland in the USA | Registered: June 04, 2015
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If that didn't confuse you enough , here is
10 different wire gauges

http://www.usefulinformation.e...gauges_imperial.html
 
Posts: 1574 | Location: Maryland in the USA | Registered: June 04, 2015
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Picture of Roddy J. Brunton
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Rest assured Kevin, I am confused enough...Smile


Roddy JB
 
Posts: 1364 | Location: Richmond, British Columbia in Canada | Registered: January 07, 2009
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Picture of Roddy J. Brunton
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It's not numbered screws anyway, number 14 is nowhere near 1/4"


Roddy JB
 
Posts: 1364 | Location: Richmond, British Columbia in Canada | Registered: January 07, 2009
IHC Member 2075
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Is it closer to a wire gauge or there are other screw gauges that pertain to watches , give me a couple measurements and I will look if I have time . (the doctors are currently pumping my wallet )
 
Posts: 1574 | Location: Maryland in the USA | Registered: June 04, 2015
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