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What are dial calipers made of?

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Stainless steel

Dial calipers are usually made primarily out of stainless steel because of the material's durability and resistance to corrosion. Dial calipers are usually made primarily out of stainless steel because of the material’s durability and resistance to corrosion.
Steel calipers do not rust or stain with water. They are also resistant to fracture. Steel calipers do not rust or stain with water, and they are also resistant to fracture.

Coating

A coating of titanium nitride is applied to parts of some dial calipers. This coating improves the surface properties of the steel, improving the durability of the caliper.

Titanium

A coating of titanium nitride is applied to parts of some dial calipers, to improve the surface properties of the steel, improving the durability of the caliper.

A titanium nitride coating hardens and protects the sliding surface of the beam, making the tool easier to use. It also makes the caliper more resistant to corrosion and increases the length of its working life. A titanium nitride coating hardens and protects the sliding surface of the beam, making the tool easier to use.

It also makes the caliper more resistant to corrosion and increases the length of its working life.