I think you are trying to read it as if the parts that stick up are the markers,

when it’s the gaps between them that are the markers (you look for the line on

the tape measure in the slot)

there are several configurations available now

in every case, the ‘0’ mark is not shown on the left side and would be centered

exactly 1mm from the end.

0.01mm has small ticks every .99mm and large ticks (and numbers) every 9.9mm, so

when you add the 1mm offset, the last gap should line up with the 10cm (100mm)

mark.

0.02mm has small ticks every 1.98mm and large ticks (and numbers) every 9.9mm,

so the same total distance as the 0.01mm version, just with larger spaces

between the lines

0.05mm has small ticks every 2.95mm with large ticks every 5.9mm (with the final

gap at the 6cm mark on your tape)

0.05mm tight has small ticks every 1.95mm and alrge ticks every 3.9mm, it lines

up with 4cm at the end, but the numbers may blur together (depending on your

printer)

0.1mm has small ticks every 1.9mm and no large ticks or numbers

0.1mm wide has large ticks every 3.9mm with numbers

and there is a 3dtest version that doesn’t print to full height and has spacing

between the gaps of 1,2,2,1,3,3,1,2,2,1 mm. It’s designed to let you quickly

print something out that you can tweak settings with to see how tight a

resolution you can get and to tweak the dovetail to fit nicely and the pin to be

exactly 6.35mm diameter

David Lang