The compact universal vernier bevel is available at a special price, measuring range of 0-180°. With its easy-to-read vernier scale and accurate angle measurement, the adjustable protractor is widely used in the construction, engineering, and woodworking industries.
- Model: ATO-SSP-VBP180
- Range: 0-180°
- Body Process: Surface chrome plating
- Scale Process: Laser scale
- Material: Stainless steel
- Reading Mode: Cursor reading
- Packing: Plastic box packing
- Universal stainless steel protractors are available for measuring a wide range of angles, including acute, obtuse, and reflected angles.
- A multifunctional vernier bevel protractor is designed to measure angles with a high degree of precision.
- The combination vernier bevel protractor is relatively easy to use, with a simple design that allows for quick and accurate measurements.
- The universal stainless steel vernier bevel protractor is clearly marked and resistant to wear and tear for a longer service life.
Universal vernier bevel protractors are widely used in various fields such as construction, engineering, carpentry, metalworking, and woodworking. These tools are commonly used to measure and mark angles accurately, and they are essential for tasks such as cutting, welding, drilling, and machining.
Tips: How to read angles using a vernier bevel protractor?
- Place the base of the protractor on the surface that you want to measure the angle of.
- Adjust the bevel angle so that it is close to the angle you want to measure. You can do this by using the adjustment knob at the bottom of the protractor.
- Look at the protractor scale on the base of the tool and find the zero line.
- Look at the vernier scale on the bevel arm. The vernier scale is a smaller, graduated scale that moves along the main scale on the bevel arm.
- Align the zero line on the vernier scale with the zero line on the protractor scale.
- Look for the graduation line on the vernier scale that lines up with a line on the protractor scale. The number on the vernier scale that lines up with a line on the protractor scale is the measurement of the angle in degrees and minutes.
- Read the angle measurement from the scale.
Note: Some vernier bevel protractors may have different scales or settings, so it's important to read the manufacturer's instructions before use.