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So you really want to know how much harder a hockey puck is when it’s frozen — ’cause it sure seems like it hurts a hell of a lot more! A quick search on the Internet didn’t lead to much, so if you really want to know you’ll have to resort to using a durometer like the Starrett 3805A Digital Durometer.

Durometers measure the hardness of soft materials like rubber, PVC, leather, vinyl, and other like materials. To use Starret’s model 3805A you simply press the blunt 35° point into the material and read the Shore A value on the display. It can read between 0-100HA with .1HA of resolution, runs on four AA batteries, and automatically turns off when not in use.

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Starrett designed the almost 4″ jaws and 3mm diameter tips of their new 5006BZ-14/350 electronic groove calipers to measure the width of internal and external grooves. The caliper will measure outside grooves from 0″ to 12.5″ and inside grooves from 1.654″ to 15″.

They manufacture the calipers from hardened stainless steel and the tips can be installed facing in or out or to measure either outside or inside grooves respectively. The calipers read with a resolution of .0005 of an inch or 0.01mm.

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Starrett is arriving late into the digital inspection scope arena with their recently-introduced inspection scope. Made in the USA, the scope features an auto-focus digital camera with a full-color resolution of 320 x 240 pixels. The camera can focus on object anywhere from 0.4″ to infinity and displays the image on a 2.5″ LCD with a 55° degree viewing angle.

Powered by 4 AA batteries, the device lasts 4 hours on average. Dual LED’s give can be set to three different intensity levels. The inspection scope comes with either a 3′ or a 6′ water-resistant shaft that measures .42″ in diameter at its widest point and can be bent in a 2.5″ radius circle. It also has an RCA output that will connect to an NTSC monitor.

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