The 2 and 1 stainless steel angle protractor comes in a 90x150mm size and can be adjusted in any direction from 0 to 180 degrees. SISCO stainless steel protractors have a wide range of applications in engineering and construction, student drafting, woodworking and angle measurement.
High quality stainless steel angle protractor, robust and durable
- 90x150mm Stainless steel angle protractors are highly accurate and precise in measuring angles, ensuring that your measurements are as close to perfect as possible.
- The 180-degree angle finder ruler has a laser scale for accurate and practical reading.
- The two arm stainless steel construction of angle protractors makes them very durable and resistant to wear and tear, ensuring they can withstand frequent use and last for a long time.
- SISCO two arm stainless steel angle protractor is lightweight and compact, making them easy to carry around and use on the go.
Angle protractors are commonly used in fields such as construction, engineering, and carpentry to measure angles for cutting and fitting materials. They are also used in mathematics and physics to solve problems involving angles and trigonometry.
Q1: What is an angle protractor?
A1: An angle protractor is a measuring tool used to measure angles. It typically consists of a flat, plastic or metal base with a pivoting arm that has a graduated scale marked in degrees. The arm can be rotated to any angle, allowing the user to measure the angle between two lines or the angle of a single line relative to a horizontal or vertical axis.
Q2: How do I use an angle protractor?
A2: To use an angle protractor, place the base of the protractor on the surface you wish to measure the angle of. Align the protractor's vertical or horizontal axis with one of the lines you want to measure the angle between. Then, rotate the protractor's arm until it is aligned with the other line you want to measure. Read the angle measurement from the graduated scale on the arm.
Q3: What are some common applications of angle protractors?
A3: Angle protractors are commonly used in a variety of applications, including carpentry, metalworking, engineering, and drafting. They are often used to measure the angle of a cut to ensure it is accurate and to create angled cuts for various projects. They are also useful in determining the slope of a roof or the angle of a hillside. In addition, angle protractors can be used in mathematical and scientific applications to measure angles between lines or to calculate trigonometric functions.
Tips: What are the types of angle protractors?
- Full-circle protractor: This type of protractor can measure angles up to 360 degrees and is used for measuring complete circles or angles that go all the way around.
- Half-circle protractor: Also known as a semicircular protractor, it can measure angles up to 180 degrees and is typically used for measuring angles that are less than a full circle.
- Vernier protractor: This type of protractor is a more precise version of the standard protractor, and is used to measure angles to a high degree of accuracy.
- Digital protractor: A digital protractor uses electronic sensors to measure angles accurately. It displays the measurement on a digital screen, making it easier to read.
- Universal bevel protractor: This is a more complex tool that can measure and set angles at any angle between 0 and 360 degrees. It's used in specialized applications such as metalworking and engineering.
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