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For the connoisseur of German made measuring instruments. MarTest indicators are new model replacements for the popular Puppitast indicator made by Mahr of Germany. Originally patterned after the Swiss BesTest indicators, the new models bear a strong similarity in construction to the Japanese Mitutoyo models.
These indicators are beautiful, sturdy and very responsive.
Test indicators are used for comparative measurements. They can be used in any type of measuring stand. Since the contact point swivels and can be used in the up or down direction, the MarTest indicator is suitable for various measuring and inspection tasks. For example:
All images courtesy of Mahr Dimensional Metrology
The major features of the MarTest indicator:
How do they compare to the competition? Take a look at brand comparisons on page 37.
MarTest vertical model
MarTest parallel model
MarTest horizontal model
|Model||Style||Graduations||Dial Ø||Point Length||Travel||Order No.||Discount Price|
|801 S||horizontal||.0005"||1.1"||14.5 mm||.030"||4305950||check price and stock|
|801 SR||horizontal||.0005"||1.5"||14.5 mm||.060"||4307960||check price and stock|
|801 SG||horizontal||.0005"||1.5"||14.5 mm||.030"||4307950||—|
|801 SL||horizontal||.0005"||1.1"||41.5 mm||.020"||4306950||check price and stock|
|801 SGL||horizontal||.0005"||1.5"||41.5 mm||.020"||4306960||check price and stock|
|801 SM||horizontal||.0001"||1.1"||14.5 mm||.008"||4308960||check price and stock|
|801 SGM||horizontal||.0001"||1.5"||14.5 mm||.008"||4308970||check price and stock|
|801 SGE||horizontal||.00005"||1.5"||14.5 mm||.008"||4308985||check price and stock|
|801 V||vertical||.0005"||1.1"||14.5 mm||.030"||4302950||check price and stock|
|801 VGM||vertical||.0001"||1.5"||14.5 mm||.008"||4302960||check price and stock|
|801 H||parallel||.0005"||1.1"||14.5 mm||.030"||4303950||—|
Q: Is the Interapid 18.60307 wrench that you offer interchangeable with the Martest 4305868 spanner?
Q: I have a question about using a deadblow to tap the vise on my mill while I am indicating it with my Mahr 801SG. I used to indicate the vise by running it in the x axis will taping it with a deadblow while the indicator was on it to dial it in. I no longer do this because I figured the shock is something that may not be good for the DTI. Is this correct or am I being overly cautious?
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