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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.
Good tools accurate for fab work on the 90 ton pressbrake to the hand brake .unless your bending 300 series stainless .Published 25 days ago by vette,Pa usa
accuracy to 1/2 a degree. If you are needing accurate angles from you saw blade this will take the guess work out. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Don
Awesome product. No calibration needed. Perfect for conduit bending using a mechanical or electric bender.Published 1 month ago by Edson M.
This, is used a LOT. Is the item on the cross table square? How about the bit or endmill? I'm constantly reaching for it to validate alignment between objects I'm working with... Read morePublished 2 months ago by mr.goodguy
This is a great product. It works wonderful at setting blades at any angle and at dead zero. This product is a great addition to any shop and very reasonably pricedPublished 2 months ago by Stephen Richardson