This rule is one of the first tools that I pull out anytime I work on a project requiring short, exact measuring. I use it as a depth gauge for setting up router dados and rabbets with the aid of the pocket clip. I also use it as a height gauge for my table saw blade, or to measure the bit adjustment on my router table. It is great for the measurement of exact board widths in the setup of the fence on my table saw. I've used it to mark cuts on ceramic tiles, and so many other uses that I don't have time to itemize. Because it is so thin and featherweight, it is much easier to use than my Combination Square for short measurements. It sure beats a tape measure for accuracy by a long shot. I also bought a second one so it would be handy just in case I misplaced one.
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