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iGaging 12'' Center Rule & Angle Gauge

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45745
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Use this multifunction ruler to dial in the angle on your bevel gauge, find centers for drilling drawer knobs, set the height on your table saw or router table, or simply as a standard ruler. One face features a precision angle gaugefrom 0-50°, while the other has a 6" x 6" center rule along one edge, and a 12" standard rule along the other. The 3" end rule is useful for setting up machinery.

Features:
  • The 12" Center Rule/Angle Gauge is made of hardened stainless steel
  • Clear 1/2 degree marks and 1/4 degree dots on the angle gauge for easy reading
  • All corners are square, so the rule can be used for drawing parallel and square lines, and for squaring saw blades
  • Range: 0-12" / 0-50 degrees
(1) 12" Center Rule/Angle Gauge Multifunction Ruler
More Information
Brand iGaging
Manufacturer Part Number 34-222
Weight 0.8600
Length 12"
Style Ruler
5.0 / 5.0
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As advertised
July 30, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Excellent for setting angles.
This will let you set perfect angles on you miter gauge or laying out angles on work.
January 9, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
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Rockler Store
A friend had one and made projects very easy.
Anthony L on Jul 9, 2019
Angle Gauge in addition to the Center Rule. May come in handy. I like the multi-function.
Hank on Aug 9, 2018
A friend had one and made projects very easy.
Anthony L on Jul 9, 2019
small increments because table saw bevel guide is in large increments 5 10 15 etc.
kim h on Aug 9, 2018
Angle Gauge in addition to the Center Rule. May come in handy. I like the multi-function.
Hank on Aug 9, 2018
Thought it a hand tool to have
Rick H on Feb 28, 2018
Want to make a more accurate fence gauge rather than using a tape measure.
Chuck W on Apr 12, 2017
Best way to find the center
Robert C on Dec 2, 2016
Needed a good marking tool
Jerry I on May 12, 2016
allows me to find center of boards easy
William D on Aug 10, 2015
husband said he's been looking for one for long time.saw on woodsmith shop t.v. program
tracy k on Jul 25, 2015
small increments because table saw bevel guide is in large increments 5 10 15 etc.
kim h on Aug 9, 2018
Thought it a hand tool to have
Rick H on Feb 28, 2018
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