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i just found it on scrap yard and found it interesting so i bought it for 200 yen which is almost 2 dollars. could you please let me know what is this.thanx in advance




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I don't know what it is for sure. But I don't think it's any kind of measuring device unless it's some kind of "Go/No Go" guage for something. There are no graduation marks on it anywhere, that I can see.
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Hi samurai ,

I could be wrong but I think its for marking out an angle on a table saw .
I have a picture of a home made wooden jig that looks like that but it doesn't have the centre piece .
I hope that help .

Cheers Graham .
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Hi samurai ,

The picture I have of the wooden one they call it cove-cutting jig .

Cheers Graham .
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thanx i could found when i was googling using capenter gauge as it was written on this tool in japanese カーペンターゲージ and it appear like this
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and found it's quite expensive around 2593 japanese yen
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That's a neat variation on a parrallel rule! Amazon.com: Weems & Plath Marine Navigation Parallel Ruler (Aluminum Arms, 15-Inch): Sports & Outdoors
The device in the centre, once it's calibrated, will always be centered no matter the width of the board. Now that's useful. Perfect for repeating mortises, or dowelling for that matter.
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That's a neat variation on a parrallel rule! Amazon.com: Weems & Plath Marine Navigation Parallel Ruler (Aluminum Arms, 15-Inch): Sports & Outdoors
The device in the centre, once it's calibrated, will always be centered no matter the width of the board. Now that's useful. Perfect for repeating mortises, or dowelling for that matter.
thanx for reply.you are right.i just found that you can buy 15mm,21mm,30mm inner dia gauge which is really great .i have also bought kanna from same shop at 1200 japanese yen.





and one shinwa sqaure at 500 japanese yen
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!...the image on the plane's wedge is a bit, uh, open for interpretation.
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