Starrett 505P-7 Protractor Transfers Angles from Your Miter Saw from Workpieces
posted on August 1, 2010 by Matt Hocking
Starrett 505P-7 Protractor The Starrett 505P-7 Protractor allows you to transfer angles from workpiece to saw with an angle display you can read from any side.

You might not be in high school math class anymore, but a protractor is still useful to woodworkers who can use it to measure and transfer angles for setting a saw and more. Starrett’s new 505P-7 has two scales that are easy to read from any angle — including upside-down and backward — with a center arrow pointing to the angle on the protractor’s outer scale and an arrow on the handle pointing to the angle on the inner scale. You can easily transfer angles from your workpiece to your miter saw with the 7" engineered plastic protractor, which costs $24.75 as of 2010.

posted on August 1, 2010 by Matt Hocking
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