In Brief

Angry Monk has developed two plans that print a tape measure and a caliper.

A California-based engineer who goes by the name of Angry Monk is working on 3D-printing an entire kit of tools. So far he has already developed plans for a 3D-printed dial caliper and a tape measure.

The first tool Angry Monk worked on was a dial caliper. The caliper can open up to 4 inches and consisted of nine different pieces that were printed out completely assembled. The caliper included a thumb wheel, inside and outside jaws, and a depth gauge. It also had a lock for the dial. Angry Monk has shared the STL files for the caliper on Thingiverse.

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