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Product description

Feature:
1. The measuring gauge is mainly used for 45/90 degree measurement, standard size, and accurate measurement.
2. The measuring ruler has a glossy exterior and clear scale, so the measurement and reading are fast.
3. The marking gauge is made of aluminum alloy material, which has high strength and resistance, and the scale is not easy to wear.
4. The measuring ruler is long enough, has a wide measuring range, and has high accuracy.
5. This is a practical size measuring tool for woodworking, easy to scribe, and helps to improve work efficiency.


Specification:

Item Type: Right Angle Line Gauge
Material: Aluminum alloy
Range: Approx. 160mm / 6.3in
Accuracy: Approx. 1mm / 0.04in
Application: Used to mark the center on the disc and shaft. Woodworking center scribe, square center scribe, 45 degree 90 degree right angle wire gauge.




Package List:
1 x Right Angle Line Gauge

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