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This tutorial is for the tool geeks like me. If I can get the original tool for a job for an affordable price I'll get it. If not, well, time to think and make it.  
 
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This tutorial is for the tool geeks like me. If I can get the original tool for a job for an affordable price I'll get it. If not, well, time to think and make it.

The tool we'll make here is a copy of the Puch Dial Indicator, Puch Part# 278.

Total costs to build this will be in around 20$, but you will have parts to spare.

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