WoodRiver - Zero Zero Center Finder
Quickly, easily, and accurately determines center for round or square stock up to 8" in diameter and hexagons up to 5-3/4" in diameter. Place the plastic center finder over the end of the piece,...
Items You May Need
- Quickly and easily locate turning stock centers
- Clear plastic for better visibility
- Simple two step process
- Good for stock up to 8" Diameter
- Can be used with Hex shapes to 5-3/4" diameter
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Fails to find center - Not Square
When I tested the center finder I saw that my diagonals consistently crossed a bit off-center. I have a Starrett combination square that I used to verify that my test pieces were square. When I used the combination to check the squareness of the Zero Zero Center Finder guides, I found that the two guides are slightly out of square. I am at a loss to explain how molded plastic on my center finder is not square when the other reviews indicate satisfied users but I have taken pains to ensure that what I am reporting is correct.
Fast and easy way to find center
This is a satisfactory replacement for a brass center finder I used 10 years ago. It makes finding the exact center easy. The plastic is strong.
zero zero center finder
makes finding centers on logs for lathe turning extremely easy
It is kind of hard to hold
I am a pen maker i use this tool to center my blanks but it's hard to hold and mark at the same time so i put it in a vise works fine me