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WoodRiver

Bevel Gauge

$42.99

The workmanship on this WoodRiver sliding T-bevel has the look and feel of the best traditional hand tools. Made of solid brass, it features a hardwood handle with 9" long steel blade. The perfectly sized thumbscrew allows for one-handed operation. The blade can be set at any angle...

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The workmanship on this WoodRiver sliding T-bevel has the look and feel of the best traditional hand tools. Made of solid brass, it features a hardwood handle with 9" long steel blade. The perfectly sized thumbscrew allows for one-handed operation. The blade can be set at any angle from 0° to 180°. Sliding bevel gauges are the mainstays of the chair making, boat building and furniture business. Setting transferring angles are a breeze when you have a quality tool that locks down easily and stays in place.

Features:

• Made of solid brass

• Thumbscrew allows for one-handed operation

• Perfect for use while making chairs, boats and other furniture

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    Very Well Made

    This is the best made T-Bevel. I give these as gifts to my friends and family that work with wood or do construction. I have never had a complaint from them either. You can really feel the quality and craftsmanship that went into it.

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