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Design Ruler by Tim Holtz Idea-ology, 12 Inch, Plastic and Metal, Clear, TH92481
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- Design Ruler is a clear acrylic ruler
- Features a grid background for perfect placement a center measuring guide a straight edge for drawing lines a metal edge for cutting and evenly spaced holes for paper piercing
- Ruler measures 12-inches
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Design Ruler is a clear acrylic ruler that features a grid background for perfect placement a center measuring guide a straight edge for drawing lines a metal edge for cutting and evenly spaced holes for paper piercing. Ruler measures 12-inches.
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My problem is that the lines that mark the inches are too thick. I'm a perfectionist, and the slight variations that it produces are driving me crazy.
I really, REALLY want to keep it, but I don't think that I can. If you're not as crazy as I am, it might work for you.
On the down side, I find the 1” interval markings to be too thick (about 1/32” or 1mm). I prefer markings that are thinner than my pencil lines. I would prefer they were at least as thin as the 1/4” markings. I also wish the markings were etched instead of just printed; I’m a little concerned that they might rub off with heavy use and repeated cleaning. But then etching might increase the price prohibitively, and I can’t say for certain that this printing won’t last (I’ve only used it a few days) so I won’t count that against it.
Also, the markings are not 100% acurate. It’s off a hair each inch (in comparison to my etched steel ruler) adding up to 1/32” after 10”. This is likely because of printing. This isn’t a big deal with paper crafting, but considering the price, that and the thick markings are irksome enough to deduct a star.