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Old June 13, 2011, 01:45 PM   #13
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I've had the DPS3 for several years and have yet to see any issues with repeatability that I couldn't explain away as wind related or my mistake. One thing you should make sure of is that the unit should be flat on the bench so it can't rock.

I wouldn't have an electronic scale without having a beam scale first. I occasionally double check my electronically dispensed loads against my beam scale. They are always within .1 grains of each other.

It's also great to have a beam scale in case the power goes out in a storm which it does fairly often where I live.
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