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Basics of Mechanical Measuring instruments |Free Online Course

If you are interested to know how to use mechanical measuring instruments, this course for you!

You Will able to answer

How to do Measurement? Types of Mechanical Instruments? Different types of Measurement? Advance measurement techniques? How to use Mechanical Instruments

This Course is for Mechanical Engineering/Diploma holders.

Certificate Benefits

This is a crucial skill for Every Mechanical Engineer!

Course Duration is 32 Hours(3 days) and Certificate is Optional For Just ₹49* or $1* (if you scored above 50% in the test)

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Step-2 Visit Step by Step Below Pages

The main focus of this course is to teach you How to use Mechanical Measuring Instruments. We assemble the most common Adopted Instruments in Industries and this course contains the same.

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Chapter-1 Learn Vernier Caliper and Micrometer first

Chapter-2 Vernier Depth Gauge and Depth Micrometer

Chapter-3 Steel Scale and Measuring Tape

Chapter-4 Bevel and Digital Protractor

Chapter-5 Dial Measurement

Chapter-6 Feeler and Radius Gauge

Chapter-7 GO and NOGO Gauge

Chapter-8 Universal Measuring Machine

Mention this Uncommon skill in your CV, Get Certificate of Joining this course at Just ₹99 (if you scored above 60% in the test)

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6 thoughts on “Basics of Mechanical Measuring instruments |Free Online Course

  1. Hey thanks for this free course, it is good for mechanical students like me. Thanks again, Hope I will see more like this.

    1. Hi Anup, thank you for join our course. For sure you will see more courses like this, please stay in touch with us! 🙂
      -Deep

  2. Hi Deep, It is a quite unique course, I never read these instruments in my BE, so thank you for

    1. Hi Simran, thanks for writing and join, please keep in touch for our upcoming courses 🙂
      -Deep

  3. You are right bro, This is a crucial skill for Every Mechanical Engineer! 🙂 🙂

    1. 🙂 Thanks bro, keep in touch. 🙂
      -Deep

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