Self centering feature is ideal for multiple drawer sizes. Lightweight and durable, this self centering jig allows you to accurately position holes for knobs or pulls on doors or drawers: Athumbwheel adjusts the center-to-center distance of two hardened drill bushings (bushings accept 3/16″ drill bits) – inch and metric scales molded into the jig body permit at-a-glance setting and eliminate measuring. Athird, fixed bushing permits drilling a single hole when installing knobs. An ingenious rack and pinion system cut into aluminum rails provides smooth operation and centers the jig. Asecond set of rails establishes the edge of the offset. Highly visible markings make set ups easy and eliminate tedious measuring. Drills center to center distances of 3″, 3-1/2″, 4″, 4-1/2″, 76mm, 89mm, 96mm or 112mm. Flip stops on the end of the horizontal rails allow use on doors or drawers or for off-center installations. Jig will self center on panels ranging in size from 3″ x 7-1/4″ through 24-1/2″ x
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Question by Kyle Connors: Other than a heat gun, what is the hook shaped tool called to shrink wires?
I’ve seen some videos online about soldering and shrinking connections. There is a hooked, pen-like tool that’s used to shrink wire. This tool would be perfect for my simple project as a heat gun is too over the top. However, I don’t know what that tool is called.
Answer by B-Notable
I think you may be talking about a butane powered pen style tool called the SOLDERPRO. Here is a link to it and also a link to a deflector/hook accessory that is included in some kits.
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