Q: What is the difference between slip gauge and angle gauge?

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It is not a proportion. There needs to be aroubd a 75 degree angle from the ground to the base. If it is too flat the ladder can slip out from underneath you. If it is too steep you can tip back. There is usually an angle at the bottom of the ladder if that is flat on the ground then that should be the safest angle (75 degrees)

Effective diameter = Barrel Diameter - (Average pass height + Roll Gap) Average pass height = Area/pass width

roll no slip

near the bottom.because the net force is equal to zero

If the dimension to be arranged is 58.975 mm. Always start with the last decimal place e.g., here it is 0.005 mm and for this 1.005 mm slip gauge is selected. Now dimension left is 50.975-1.005 = 57.970 mm. Take second decimal place ; and for it select 1.47 mm slip gauge. Therefore, the remainder is 57.970 - 1.47 = 56.500 mm. [Note: One could have selected 1.07 mm piece also, but that way we would have been left with 56.900 and for it we need another 1.4 mm piece. The aim should be to choose minimum number of slip gauges for a given dimension.] Next for 56.500 mm, we choose 6.500 mm piece and finally 50.000 mm piece. So, Totally, 50.000 + 6.500 + 1.47 + 1.005 = 58.975 mm M112 set has Range mm Steps mm Pieces 1.001 to 1.009 0.0001 9 1.010 to 1.490 0.010 49 0.50 to 24.50 0.050 49 25, 50, 75, 100 25 4 1.0005 - 1 Total 112

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