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caliper(s)

(kăl′ĭ-pĕr) [Fr. calibre, diameter of bore of gun]
A hinged instrument for measuring thickness or diameter.
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With a digital caliper (recommended), you first zero the caliper with the attachment installed and closed.
MGP Caliper Covers are designed to be form-fitting, meet factory wheel clearances and fasten securely.
That would have been sufficient, but it would require reaching down to loosen the caliper any time he wanted to change the scope's aim in altitude--impossible to do while hunting down or tracking an object unless you're using a very small telescope.
Then open the bleeder and force the caliper piston back into the bore with the C-clamp (Photo 2).
Country: , USASector: HealthcareTarget: Caliper Life Sciences Inc Buyer: PerkinElmer Inc Deal size in USD: 600mType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Closed
In September, Caliper announced it would be acquired by PerkinElmer in a cash transaction worth about $600 million.
Especially suited for metal-to-metal pin lubrication, the new Molykote G-3407 Caliper Pin Grease is a PAG (polyalkylene glycol) oil with lithium complex thickener.
What have we learned so far from CALiPER, after 11 rounds of testing?
Caliper has been working with EPA on its ToxCast program since 2007.
Surprisingly, engineers determined the introduction of KERS requires a smaller rear brake caliper, which helped cut some of the weight penalty.
Focused on delivering a range of optical imaging technologies to meet the needs of the pharmaceutical and biotech industries, Caliper continues to strive to enable unsurpassed research flexibility specifically in the areas of cancer research and other critical therapeutic areas.
Researchers need reliable systems that improve throughput and streamline processes," said John Siira, Market Segment Manager, Caliper Life Sciences.