The Problem With The Incra Miter Gauge
The Incra Miter Gauge is an outstanding tool and I have been impressed with it until now. The problem that I am having with it is not necessarily the fault of the gauge. The problem that I am referring to is that in order to get the most out of it is that in the end the user, in my case, myself, has to do the final calibration and if that is not done perfectly, the real accuracy of the gauge is lost. I have mine calibrated so that all of my 45 degree cuts are as good as I would ever like them to be, but when cutting six workpieces at 30 degrees, the result is off just enough to tell me that either the gauge is not perfectly calibrated, or the gauge is not as accurate as I have been led to believe that it is.
The slight error that I am talking about, is admitedly slight, but it does exist and I want a miter gauge that is dead on, this one might be, but the issue of calibration rests with me and it's giving fits.
Colorado City, TX