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The Home Depot
(802)786-6900
299 US Rt 4 East
Rutland, VT
Hours
Mon-Sat: 6:00am-10:00pm
Sun: 8:00am-8:00pm

Goodro True Value Of Killington
(802) 422-3469
Rt 4
Killington, VT
 
Gilmore Home Center
(802) 468-5676
Route 4 A
Bomoseen, VT
 
E.c.crosby&sons A True Value Store
(802) 293-5111
49 Mill Rd
Danby, VT
 
NeighborWorks of Western Vermont
(802) 438-2303
110 Marble Street
West Rutland, VT
 
Noble Ace
(802) 773-2758
261 N Main St
Rutland, VT
 
Nail It Down Hardware
(802) 446-2133
34 Maple Street
Wallingford, VT
 
Brandon Lumber & Millwork
(802) 247-6000
11 Grove St
Brandon, VT
 
The Hardware At Rochester
(802) 767-4200
Rt 100 Main Street
Rochester, VT
 
Sheds and Barns Built On Site
(802) 349-0684
2039 route 144
benson, VT
Services Offered
Custom built sheds constructed on your property

Digital Angle Gauges

   

 

What woodworker hasn't lamented over the protractors on table saws and miter saws? If you've been disappointed, Wixey can make your life a lot easier with its Digital Angle Gauge, $40. It takes the guesswork out of setting a blade to a precise angle. Using the Angle Gauge is easy. Turn it on, set it on the table, and push the Zero button. Then, using the magnets in the base of the Angle Gauge, stick the gauge to the saw blade. As you angle the blade the gauge will provide a continuous readout of where you are within one tenth of a degree. The magnets don't need to stick to the table surface, only the blade. So the Angle Gauge can be zeroed on cast iron, aluminum, or any other horizontal surface. The table saw was the first application that sprang into my mind, but the Angle Gauge also works great on miter saws, jointers, even bandsaws. It's a great way to make sure you've got the correct angle on lots of tools.

Sources

Wixey, www.wixey.com, Wixey Angle Gauge, WR 300, $40. Woodcraft, (800) 225-1153, www.woodcraft.com, Wixey Digital Angle Gauge, #147281, $40.


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