1/64" is a big deal in wood working
,,, if you make lets say 5 marks in a 6" long board and they are off by a 64th it can add up real quick.
It's like the corner ruler, that's real neat one how many times have you marked one side just to find out your off on the other side of the corner...
Yep, as you can see I'm sold on the Incra rulers they are a bit high in price but wood now days is higher than hell also and I don't like making firewood out of walnut or rose wood ,etc.
Originally Posted by Joe Lyddon
I like that T-Rule... that's a COOL tool!
I can't, for the life of me, think I'd ever see (or feel) the difference smaller than 1/64" but being reasonably close... you're getting down to the pencil point being TOO BIG for an accurate measurement! In woodworking?!
Steel / metal... different story.