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MLCS 9326 Woodworking 24-Inch Flexible Curve Ruler

MLCS 9326 Woodworking 24-Inch Flexible Curve Ruler
Our rulers are adjustable to hold shape and give on curved edges. Raised edge lets you draw a line. Calibrated in 1/16-Inch measurements on one side and 1mm increments on the other side. Made of plastic. long.Make smooth curvesHold shapePrecise measurementsGreat for or craft project

  • Make smooth curves
  • Hold shape
  • Precise measurements
  • Great for woodworking or craft project

List Price: $ 24.95

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    • The Growler
    • September 2, 2013
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Doesn’t hold a curve, September 25, 2011
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    The Growler (Our Quiet Little Mountain Town) –

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    This review is from: MLCS 9326 Woodworking 24-Inch Flexible Curve Ruler (Tools & Home Improvement)

    The entire point of a flexible ruler is that it holds the shape of the curve which is to be duplicated. This ruler would not hold a curve accurately; after being curved around an object and removed, the curve would open up noticeably, making accurate copying impossible. And I’m not talking about trying to wrap the ruler around a small-diameter object or an object with irregular contours, I’m talking about an object with a smooth curved base approximately two feet in diameter.

    I ended up buying a pin-type contour gauge and throwing this product away.

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    • Mary Kwiatkowski ""bookworm""
    • September 2, 2013
    6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    great ruler for measuring horse withers, November 21, 2010
    By 
    Mary Kwiatkowski “”bookworm”” (Waterford, WI USA) –
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    This review is from: MLCS 9326 Woodworking 24-Inch Flexible Curve Ruler (Tools & Home Improvement)

    After searching & searching for a flexible ruler I came across this one on Amazon…
    I was looking for one to measure my horse’s withers for saddle fitting. It worked perfectly! This ruler should be in all horse magazines. And…I used it for my scrapbooking too. To draw curves. This is such a handy ruler to have around your home. Great product!

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    • Patty Schenewerk
    • September 2, 2013

    Love the idea!

    • david john huxtable
    • September 2, 2013

    because you had a revolution 1776 we were stuck with the returning aristocrats who could subjegate us using horses!! whereas you all ran away from us on them!! 7 then opened up the far west!!

    • david john huxtable
    • September 2, 2013

    thanks i am from UK so thanks for informing me of how easy it maybe to ripoff all the equestrians here who are of another class system!! i should like to send you a humorous comedy skit!! on this subject so please forwards your email!! mine is brettes6@gmail.com

    • FurnitureWorkshop
    • September 2, 2013

    Thanks Cory. Good luck with your first build.

    • cory0814
    • September 2, 2013

    Great video. I’m always looking for projects to make a profit on. I’m glad your in New England, I’m a Rhode Islander myself and there’s alot of equestrians around here. Can’t wait to see how my version comes out. Thanks for the info, keep up the good work.

    • Daphne Blake
    • September 3, 2013

    I have moderate woodworking skils, but do not have my own shop. I work nights earning about $23 hr before deductions. it’s fair pay but the hours are causing me health problems. i want to do something in my off time to replace this income. I’m not sure I can sell “trunks” very well here in southern Illinois

    • The Conservative Libertarian
    • September 3, 2013

    Love the video. I am a fairly beginner wood worker. I have been doing alot more lately now that I have a small band saw, planer and lathe in addition to the typical tools like a table saw, router and a few other tools. I’ve been making things like coffee and console tables and outdoor furniture as well as some turned pieces like pens and candle holders and bowls. I have been thinking long and hard about starting a little part time business and would appreciate any input you can give. Thanks

    • Mdomeara1
    • September 3, 2013

    Hi Jim,

    Enjoyed video and like turn hobby into some money making

    • Howard Ferrary
    • September 3, 2013

    Good day Jim, thanks for the video, is very important for me .

    • Sircriminal
    • September 3, 2013

    Hi Jim. Thanks for the video. Me and my father are looking to spend some time together as a hobby. It’s always nice to make some xtra money while we do it. I will be looking for more of your videos in the future. Thanks again.

    • FurnitureWorkshop
    • September 3, 2013

    Thanks for watching!

    • FurnitureWorkshop
    • September 3, 2013

    Thanks for watching, Julie! I put together a few videos on starting-up a home shop. Check out the “How to set-up a woodworking shop” playlist and see if the tools in there will work for your space. And we should have some new videos coming soon.

    • Julie Silva
    • September 3, 2013

    Hi Jim,
    This video is a great starting point for me. Thank you. As a beginning woodworker, what are 4 or 5 basic tools I should have to start off with woodwork? I want to set up a small part of my new home for this space, but I don’t have a lot of it. I really appreciate your advice!!! Keep on producing it 🙂

    Julie

    • FurnitureWorkshop
    • September 3, 2013

    Hi Gary – Thanks for checking out our first income project. I haven’t markerted my woodworking projects online much. The more traditional marketing channels have been more effective for me. Direct mail postcards and referrals have been my most effective tactics. I put together a direct mail tips video that may be helpful. Check out the Furniture Workshop Channel, if you’d like to have a look – Jim

    • Steven DePauw
    • September 3, 2013

    I am 16 and starting my own shop and this would be a great way to makemoney and have fun doing it!

    • Gary Bailey
    • September 3, 2013

    Hello Jim,
    Thank you for sharing this video. I am very interested in all kinds of wood working. Have
    been a carpenter for several years. But, I need to learn some suggestions from you.
    Do you have videos that go into marketing on the internet?
    Best Regards,
    Gary

    • FurnitureWorkshop
    • September 3, 2013

    I don’t mean to be slick or underhanded. I put together the plans to help a hobbyist woodworker earn some income from his/her shop. But folks don’t need to buy the plans in order to build & sell the trunk project.

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