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iGaging AngleCube Digital Level + Bevel Gauge 2 in 1

by iGaging
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  • Great for your table saw, jointer, bandsaw or drill press
  • Digital level and bevel gage
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iGaging AngleCube Digital Level +  Bevel Gauge 2 in 1 + iGAGING 0-6" DIGITAL MULTI-GAUGE FOR WOODWORKERS AND WELDERS - 3-IN-1 TOOL - DEPTH GAUGE + HEIGHT GAUGE + THICKNESS GAUGE + iGaging IP54 Electronic Digital Caliper 0-6" Display Inch/Metric/Fractions Stainless Steel Body
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Technical Details
Part Number 35-222
Item Weight7.2 ounces
Product Dimensions4.9 x 3.3 x 1.9 inches
Item model number35-222
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB002LL0BIC
Best Sellers Rank #17,895 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableAugust 14, 2009
  
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Product Description

Take the guesswork out of setting up those critical bevel cuts on your table saw, jointer, bandsaw or drill press table. Just set the unit on a flat reference surface, press the ZERO button to calibrate the display then attach it to the saw blade, fence, etc. and precisely adjust to the desired angle. The Angle Cube offering 0.2 degree accuracy with a resolution of 0.05 degrees at a range of 90 degrees. The large LCD screen makes it easy to read while strong magnets hold the unit to any steel or cast iron surface. Spare battery included, measures 2 3/8 Inch x 2 3/8 Inch x 1 3/8 Inch.

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It is very easy to use.
Frank Spillman
ZERO (BEVEL) Mode (Angle with respect to a reference surface, like a table top, which may not be level, just flat) The Zero mode worked well.
dtg
So far I have used it at least a dozen times, and it has made path alignments much easier, and a big time saver.
John

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64 of 64 people found the following review helpful By dtg on September 25, 2011
Interested in the technical aspects rather than the application aspects, I performed a conformance test to see if the product met the claimed specifications. These results apply only to the test article (my personal Cube), and while inferences can be made for other Cubes, there is certainly no guarantee. On the other hand, it is not unreasonable to expect similar results from other Cubes from this manufacturer.
The conclusion is that my Angle Cube meets the manufacturer's specification. This means I have full confidence in the instrument. However, the user is responsible for accounting for all other influences that might affect the reading. You can read on for the test specifics.
A precision angle block set, Starrett master level, surface plate, and precision tilt table were used. The Cube was tested for deviation at 0 through 45 degrees in 5° intervals, in CW/CCW directions using angle blocks and surface plate, and from 10° to 20° in 1° intervals in CW/CCW directions using the tilt table.
The surface plate test area and tilt table platen were level/perpendicular to 10 arc seconds. Ten arc seconds is approx. 0.17 arc minutes/ 0.003°. The errors contributed by the angle blocks and tilt table were negligible. The ratio of measuring equipment accuracy to the Angle Cube accuracy specification, ±0.2°, was >10 to 1 (much greater...).
My Angle Cube measurement results:
LEVEL Mode (Angle with respect to local gravity, not an arbitrary surface)
No measurement exceeded 0.1° deviation from the reference angle.
No repeat measurement exceeded a 0.10° delta (difference from previous readings at the same angle).
The Cube frame was square. The sensor was square (aligned) to the frame.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Vladimir Milovanovic on January 19, 2010
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This device does exactly what it was advertised for, it works as a digital level, while at the same time being able to measure angle between two planes, for example table saw and a saw blade. The magnet helps it hold to iron/steel surfaces.

Pros:
- Precise within 0.2deg (tested this using much more precise and expensive level)
- Easily readable display
- Sturdy design, and a nice box to keep it in, along with a Philips screwdriver for battery replacement.
- You can combine it with a regular vial type masonry level to achieve better accuracy when the length is a requirement

Cons:
- It arrived with the dead battery, (I was afraid it was DOA) - but once I replaced the battery everything was OK.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By cyber kid on January 30, 2012
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After several months I now have 2 segments of each digit crap out.
So 1's look the same as 7's, 5's the same as 6's and 8's the same as 9's
It makes reading the angles quite a challenge to say the least.

The other thing is that the magnets are rather weak for the weight of the device, thus makes the function of having the magnet basically useless...
The magnets also quickly became loose and slip around in the housing, which aren't helping anything.

overall i think it was the cheapest i could find a digital angle gauge back when it was bought, it was surely under 30$, and for that I suppose it is a worthy purchase.
But if i new for a fact other brands wouldn't suffer from the same problems, id spend the extra elsewhere.

And if one more segment goes out...

UPDATE:
I took the device apart and adjusted the foam conductor strip that connects the PCB and the LCD, it just fell out of position.
Now it works like new, still needs stronger magnets though....
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Level Headed on March 27, 2010
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good product. I like the small size and built in magnets. Hard to see in dim light. Overall I like it a lot and will probably buy a second one.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Michael O. Sedore on June 3, 2013
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I own the Wixey version of this tool, and I thought a few notes of comparison might be useful. Most importantly, the IGaging unit works quite well, though I'll leave precise accuracy comparisons to others. The ability to do absolute levels is a plus and it's what persuaded me to change brands. The three-magnet configuration is also convenient, but it isn't something I've missed.

My main complaint is that changing iGaging's battery is much more cumbersome, requiring removal of four tiny easy-to-drop-and-lose screws. A suitable (tiny and easy-to-lose) screwdriver is provided, but I miss the convenience of opening with a dime or a fingernail as with the Wixey. IGaging's 9-volt battery will doubtless last longer, but button batteries are so cheap that it hardly matters.

Neither unit has the feature I'd most like: a backlight so that I can read the display. If that 9-volt battery were used to power a backlight, iGaging would have a winner.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By bjd3 on December 6, 2010
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This is a great little angle finder. It will let you zero it to any plane and then make adjustments relative to the plane. I use it on both my table saw and chop saw to make sure I have 90 degree cuts relative to the saw table. Most of the time the table is not level with a standard level and making it level every time I use it would drive me nuts. With this little gadget setting up your saw is a snap. I highly recommend this to wood workers or machinists.I would definitely buy this item again.
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