Everyone likes tools. Woodworkers Edge Rule is easy to use and carry. It is widely used in woodworking, surveying and mapping, DIY engineering, decoration, processing, etc.
🔧WOODWORKERS EDGE RULE🔧
T-Square is the series of precisely machined indexing holes and the spring-loaded, tight-tolerance indexing pin that meshes with them. The pin snaps into place giving you the confidence to know it is spot-on accurate.The new Woodworkers Edge Ruler simplifies your life by wrapping around the edge of your stock and giving you an accurate scale on both sides.
The ruler tool can be adjusted from 0° to 70°, every 5° (plus 22-1/ 2°, 67-1/ 2°) to lock the angle firmly during the painting lines; Any angle can be obtained by moving and rotating the ruler.here are 104 serrated notches and 10 circular holes, that of the round holes is 1in
Woodworkers Edge Ruler is a multifunctional device for length measurement and angle drawing. It can measure lengths and draw parallel lines at different angles and intervals easily, which will bring much convenience to your work. Each woodworking ruler is equipped with a wall-mounted storage rack, which make it easy to store. Woodworkers Edge Ruler is an indispensable tool for every woodworkers and mechanics
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This woodworking ruler can be used for teaching, design, length measurement, angle drawing, decoration, etc. It solves the problem of woodworkers who need too much woodworking tools in their work.It integrates multiple functions such as measurement, angle drawing, and line drawing.
The dial of this adjustable woodworkers edge rule is made of hard plastic, both the angle finder and ruler body are made of stainless steel, which is moisture-proof, rust-proof and corrosion-resistant. The laser scale is clear and precise, does not fade, and effectively extends its service life
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It is 10 inches, 15 inches or 20 inches. Both edges of the blade are laser engraved with an inch scale in 1/32” increments. The graduations are held to a tolerance of ±.004" total accumulated error over the length of the blade. The thin blade is easy to read and minimizes parallax error.