Reviewing: 45/90 Degree Layout Miter Gauge

45/90 Degree Layout Miter Gauge

45/90 Degree Layout Miter Gauge
Make layout easier scribe perfect 45 and 90 cutlines at the same time! Ideal for picture frames, corner molding, and various box constructions, this precise gauge also works to prep saw blades or drill presses for angled jobs. A balanced, wide-face design adds remarkable stability, while interior windows make marking parallel lines fast and easy. Created from solid, lightweight aluminum.

Additional features:
– Great for marking as well as angle checking
– Windows in each face add versatility (ideal for marking parallels)
– Three scales allow for precise distance measurement (metric only)
– Weighs just 90 grams (roughly 3.2 ounces)

List Price: $ 19.99

Price: $ 18.20

Expert carpenter shows you how to measure out, mark and cut a stair stringer. He shows you how it’s done with tips thrown in along the way to make this easy …

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12 Responses to “Reviewing: 45/90 Degree Layout Miter Gauge”

  1. luis tamay

    good jop mr daves

  2. JamesRRossII

    Really a great video, i appreciate it

  3. David Coughlin

    Thanks, this was a great demonstration.

  4. AAAyyyGGG

    Many thanks Dave, (and Dan for the website!)…

    Just like to make a point about power cable safety – always a good idea to loop the cable over your right shoulder and behind you to prevent it coming into contact with the saw blade at all – same with lawn mowers etc. “Better be safe than sorry!”

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  6. joaquin698

    You?re a life saver!! great vid, I?ve been looking for a vid like this one to learn how to build the forms the right way.. tks a whole lot..

  7. DaveOsborneDotCom

    It depends on the rise. You need to have 3 1/2″ below the rise of stringer left attached to the board.

  8. wleas

    Should a stringer be made out of a 2×10 or a 2×12? (total rise 111.625″)

  9. hamiltoncouple01

    Good video. Try to make one that shows a complete stair built.

  10. telosfd

    Nice! but what is the angle of the slope from the top to the floor? How can i calculate it?

  11. DaveOsborneDotCom

    Ever watch the TV show – Numbers? My brother, Dan, is a mathematician and came up with this procedure. Actually, I like it. Through our website, Dan is the webmaster, we have a calculator which spits out these numbers on a drawing. All from the total rise and a few other constants.

  12. daveusaz1218

    Very nice to see a pro at work

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