- Great for your table saw, jointer, bandsaw or drill press
- Digital level and bevel gage
iGaging AngleCube Digital Level + Bevel Gauge 2 in 1
|Price:||$29.95 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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|UPC||701926352227 , 080913522264|
|EAN||5448095829949 , 0701926352227 , 0080913522264 , 7466655998261|
|Number of Items||1|
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Take the guesswork out of setting up those critical Bevel cuts on your table saw, Jointer, Band saw 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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I'm short so if I'm not holding it where I can see it easily I just set this on top to get a nice level line.
This is the exact same brand offered on some websites for use with the Edge Pro knife sharpener.
I do not use this with the "stop collar" available on other sites. Instead I do the following:
1. Mount the stone, and let rest the stone at the edge of the sharpening table.
2. Place the cube on the table and zero it (Level button)
3. Carefully balance the angle cube on the blade stop right in front of the handle (You don't have to be THAT careful, it's nearly as big as the cube itself)
4. Adjust sharpening angle until you reach desired angle.
5. Do this with every change of stone.
Yes, you will be a fraction of a degree off depending on how far you keep the blade off the sharpening table, but you will be that SAME fraction-of-a-degree off with every stone. So if you want to do the math you can sharpen at (pulling this number out of my @$$) 15.85 degrees to get the 16 degrees on the blade you desire, but I care for total precision, not total accuracy.
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...
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....
- 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
- It arrived with the dead battery, (I was afraid it was DOA) - but once I replaced the battery everything was OK.
The gauge has a metal body that feels very solid. I found the magnets strong enough when attaching the gauge to my saw blades. The controls are simple and easy to understand. The instructions are written in the kind of English we've come to expect with Chinese-made products, but they are understandable.
I tested the gauge on my table saw, my miter saw, and my bandsaw. These had already been set up using non-electronic methods. As far as I can tell, the gauge reads accurately. I did find it a bit hard to adjust my blades to a specific angle because the last two digits on the display tended to jitter as I moved the blade. This may be operator error or simply the nature of the device.
Overall, I'm happy with the product and look forward to using it in my shop.
Specs: (measured with digital caliper and scale)
56 mm wide for all 4 sides (its a perfect square)
30 mm depth
6-3/4 oz (approx. 188.8 grams) weight
The product documentation claims:
Resolution: 0.05 degrees
Repeatability: 0.05 degrees
Accuracy: +/- 0.1 degree
It comes with a vinyl pouch, and includes the 9volt battery. Compared to other similar products which use button type batteries, 9volt batteries are more readily available and last longer, but are also heavier.
It has magnets on both sides and the bottom (no magnets on the top)
I particularly like that it measures the absolute angle, so it can do what a regular bubble level can do (measure 0 degrees relative to the earth), and any angle relative to this level. Of course, it gives you the ability to "Zero" on any particular angle, and measure a relative angle to that zeroed angle.
The documentation also reads "U.S.A. Made Navigational Sensor", so made in the USA.