When I was looking for the Veritas Grinder Jig, I found several different styles of "angle finders" on the market. Most of them were just fixed angles that you slide the blade into to approximate its angle. These work well and are very simple to use, but I wanted something I could use to measure an exact angle like my protractor, you know, for those times when 33 degrees works differently than 35 degrees. This is why I decided to spend slightly more and get this Pinnacle Angle Gauge.
The gauge works, effectively and simply. It is very accurate and is a high quality build. I am very happy with it so far, and recommend it if you are in need of something similar.
|Anodized Aluminum Angle Gauge 15-45 Degrees|
|Just Slide The Bevel In Against The Measuring Arm|
|It Rests The Gauge On The Bevel|
Move It Accordingly To Also Measure Microbevels
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