|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||11.2 x 0.7 x 0.7 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||RULE06|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||One Year From Purchase Date|
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Incra RULE06 6-Inch Incra Rules Marking Rule
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- Micro-fine marking holes and slots at every 1/16", 1/32" and 1/64" instantly locate a sharp pencil point or scribe EXACTLY where you want it.
- Instantly mark your position with zero uncertainty, zero parallax and zero eye strain
- Flexible structure for working on curved surfaces
- Ultra thin for ultra precision
- Common ruler?...NO. Common sense?... Yes!
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Finally, here is what I can offer that you will not find in the You Tube video I recommended.
The holes for marking are so small you will need a .5mm mechanical pencil. Or, you will need to use your utility knife to whittle down a fine point on a regular pencil. I have been using the later method, but finally bought a mechanical pencil. Someone said in a review that they come with a mechanical pencil. Mine did not.
One final note. The incra rulers are made of thin, pliable metal. As such I would not be storing them in my tool bucket! This is not at all a criticism, it is just stating a fact.
I also own the "6-Inch and 3-Inch Precision Marking T-Rules" and the "Incra BNDRUL12 12-Inch Incra Precision Bend Rule" and find them just as useful as this product. They too are covered in the video I refer to above.
I am a huge fan of incra products.
I really like the flexibility of the rule. It easily conforms to the piece I'm working on. I keep rare earth magnets all over the shop so I can just put the stainless steel rule anywhere I'm working without it getting buried.
I got super excited seeing a product like this with precision markings and well thought out design. However, once I received the products I realized some of its drawbacks.
First is the pros
-Markings are very easy to read with number markings every 4/32 on the edge and 1/16 of an inch in the center
-Big pro for me is the marking holes every 1/32 of an inch and 1/16 of an inch, edge and center respectively
-Can use it as a compass to make circles
-Very thin, so thin in fact that I dropped the ruler from about 5 feet and the corner dented. This tool was made to be used in a shop, I drop it from 5 feet and it has already bent a corner? Really disappointing.
-Corners are sharp, like you can hurt yourself sharp
-Edges are fairly sharp too, but that more so has to do with how thin it is.
-You need to use 0.5mm or smaller pencil/pen in order to fit the holes, not a problem for me as I prefer to use 0.5mm.
Overall I like it, but I question its longevity. It has plenty of features that I think are amazing, but the build quality just isn't there for me. I would give it 5 stars for being such an innovative ruler, but have to bump it down to a solid 4 due to build quality. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Best way to mark small projects when you need really accurate measurements. You need a really small pencil lead or a very sharp wood pencil to get into the slots - 3mm is almost... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Shopping Guy
This has taken the guess work or approximations out of the equation when installing almost any replacement hardware in my home. Read morePublished 1 month ago by David J. Fletcher
Amazing product! You don't have to worry about your measurements being slightly off when you are able to mark EXACTLY where you want. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cameron Rahimian
If you want accuracy this is the tool. Make marks in 1/2 mm increments. You have to use a mechanical pencil though because the holes are so small. Read morePublished 2 months ago by dave
what a great idea well constructed, should have had one years ago.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer