Digital Micrometer


#1

The knurl is a revolve subtract and a linear subtract.

It’s all preference. You can do a v shape or a what ever shape you want. You can make it a separate identity / component and have it available if you plan on using knurled surfaces a lot…

I just did a quick doodle of the sample image to give an idea of the knurl appearance…

Once you have a pattern you like, you can scale it up or down to fit the surface you’re going to knurl…

The one example is around .030 cut in depth and the spacing is larger which is a bit aggressive but stands out more if that makes sense…


#2

The knurling on the Micrometer handle is out of this world. The detail on it is simply breathtaking. A video tutorial would be of great help to those of us who never created something like this. Is this something you could do?


#3

Thank You, I’m truly a horrible instructor or teacher and would not be good at putting together a video demonstrating my technique … it’s all over the board!!! :crazy_face: