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01-26-2005 04:50 PM
reible
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Originally Posted by ejant
Cutting guage for marking cross graing. Severs the wood fibers. A cabinetmakers tool.
This model has a knife blade and is used for cutting across the grain or if you put the blade in backwards and tilt it will mark.

A common use for router people is to do the dovetail joints then come back and scribe the line so as to fool people into thinking that the joint was hand cut..... or so I'm told.

This one is not as nice as the ones in the catalog....... to bad I don't have a bigger tool budget.

Ed

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01-26-2005 07:00 AM
ejant Marking guage
http://www.leevalley.com/wood/page.a...40&cat=1,42936

cutting guage
http://www.leevalley.com/wood/page.a...=1,42936,42948
01-26-2005 06:38 AM
Woodnut65 Hi: The correct name of this tool is a "Marking Guage" commonly used to mark cross grain for the layout of dove tails.

Woodnut65
01-26-2005 03:18 AM
ejant Cutting guage for marking cross graing. Severs the wood fibers. A cabinetmakers tool.
01-25-2005 10:11 PM
reible
"What is it?" #60

OK look at the picture. Now tell us what this is, and how is it used, and those sorts of details. I want you to look to make sure you are tell us the right infomation as this looks a lot like something else........

The first correct answer gets 100 points and the honor of being the winner.

Ed

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