Woodpeckers Woodworking Rule

What makes our new woodworking rule better than your average scale? First of all, it is much more accurate with precise laser-etched markings. Secondly, it is straighter and heavier. Third, it lies flat because of a depression in the middle of the lower surface. Fourth, it has both a standard scale and an average scale. Fifth, the marks are engraved on a 30-degree chamfer for easy alignment with the pencil marks. And finally, it is more beautiful. When you look at all the different rules sold in retail stores, they`re all pretty much meant to frame homes or general uses without thinking about how to improve them for those of us who build furniture and cabinets. Tape measures are great if you`re building a shed. They are not reliable enough for finished furniture parts. Tape measures are also not good straight edges for drawing lines. For this, we usually look for the next scrapwood we hope to be right now. Compare this to the application-specific engineering that has been used in these new woodworking rules and you will enjoy the benefits.

There`s even a finger groove in the middle to direct the ruler in its place. Ruler for woodworking with 0-1257mm, 1mm graduations, 0-1257mm scale and 628-0-628 centering scale. The actual length is 1257 mm Like all Woodpeckers woodworking tools, these precision bearings are an internal machine to ensure first-class quality and total control over every step of the manufacturing process. Therefore, if you ever have a problem with these rule stops, give us a holler; We will take care of it. Made in the USA. Note: This is not in accordance with our woodworking rules. Our woodworking rules accept the Stop 2 peak rule (#RS-2) The one-inch peak rule is designed to fit rules up to 1-1/2″ wide. For larger rulers, a two-inch version is also available. The precision-machined edges of the Stop ruler are easy to align with the engraved scale gradients. A: No, due to the design of the control stop, it does not fit properly and may even damage the right edge when in use. Woodpeckers offers several types of woodworking rules, including our edge rules that wrap around your material, zero positive hook rules, straight precision and Paolini pocket rules. Most of our rulers are available in inches and metric scales.

We offer various accessories to enhance the value and convenience of Woodpeckers woodworking rules. Q: Does your ruler no longer work on the right edges (SERXL-24 and SERXL-36)? Each woodworking ruler is made of airplane aluminum and anodized for surface protection and appearance. Both edges of the ruler are beveled by 30° to reduce parallax errors. The bright white laser-etched scales contrast sharply with the red anodized surface. The grooves of the fingers are milled in the center of the body to position the ruler. At the back, there is a lightened section in the middle so that the edges are perfectly flat on your work. A: Yes, some of our rules are both metric and imperial, or a combination of both. Another popular layout, available in our 24,” 36″ and 49-1/2 rules, reads from left to right on one side and from right to left on the other. It is perfect for measuring from your table saw fence to blade. And if you work in both inches and metric measurements, there`s a 49 1/2-inch model with a left-to-right thumb scale on one side and a left-to-right metric scale on the other. Measuring the narrow edge of the stick with typical rulers is a bit tedious.

Getting the ruler parallel to the stick and leaving room to set a tic sign can be quite a juggling act. Working on the front of a room is usually a little easier, but you can still struggle to keep the ruler in parallel with your work. Woodpecker`s Woodworkers Edge Rule makes your life easier by wrapping around the edge of your tree and giving you an accurate balance on both sides. The short side is only 3/8″ wide, which gives you plenty of space to mark a tree as thin as 7/16″. The long side extends 3/4″ on the front of your room. Whether you`re working on the edge or on the surface, the edge ruler corner always keeps you properly aligned. A nice advantage of its exact size of one inch is the ability to position it exactly between two gradations one inch apart. In other words, if the stop between the five- and six-inch markers is tightened on a twelve-inch ruler, the offset distance is naturally five and six inches from each end.

A wide selection of Incra rules and protractors complete Woodpecker`s range of rules and scales. Count on us to help you with measuring, marking or layout tasks. Measurements in the Inside Corners hardware installation typically require a measurement referenced by a cross member. like the rails and pillars of a cabinet frame. The edge ruler falls perfectly to zero at the point of intersection and aligned with the stock. Mark the edge and surface with the same dimension Place the desired dimension at the end of your plate and mark it at the end of your edge ruler on the surface and edge. Use the optional edge ruler stop to repeat this setting accurately and easily as often as needed. Find the center of nominal stock Whether your stock is a hair of more than 3/4″ or a hair of less than 3/4, you can find the center by making two markers with the 3/8″ side of your edge ruler.

The same goes for `two-by` building materials, which are quite close to 1-1/2″. Use opposite lines marked on the 3/4″ side of the edge ruler to find the exact center. Measurements in the middle of the field Even if you don`t work at the edge of your cane, you`ll still find the edge ruler at hand. The streamlined shape makes it easy to move on your tree as a thin, flat line, and the beveled edges get the ladder right next to your tree where you need it. The angle in the edge ruler is 89°. This slightly sharp angle brings the contact between your part and the edge ruler to the outer edges, which means that slight deviations in the edge of your part will not affect your measurement. Both edges are beveled so that the scale is right next to your work, simplifying marking and minimizing parallax errors. The edge rulers are anodized for surface protection and give them our well-known “peak red” color. The 1/32″ measuring scale is laser engraved with an accuracy of ±0.004″ of cumulative total errors over the entire length. On-board ruler stops make a ruler even easier for repetitive markings. The stop adapts like a glove to the rule of the edge. Drag it to the desired size, lock it, and mark it at the end of the ruler.

You get exactly the same measurement, no matter how many parts you need. Easily store your Edge rules where you need them with Edge Rule Rack-It™. The powder-coated Rack-It can be mounted™ anywhere and contains 4 edge rulers and edge control stops. Joiners` on-board rulers are available in lengths of 6″, 12″, 24″ and 36″ and metric equivalents of 150mm, 300mm, 600mm and 900mm. Each size is available separately, or you can get a set. The sets come in two ways, just the rules or with 4 Edge Rule Stops and Edge Rule Rack-It™. We have different graduation arrangements to meet your specific needs. Our most popular version has a left-to-right reading scale on one side and a centering scale on the other. The centering scale is ideal for tasks such as finding drawer handles. The mark “0” is located exactly in the middle of the ruler, with the scale going back and forth from this point. It`s quick and easy to move the ruler to locate the center of a map, and then apply the same distance from that point.

The ends of all rulers (except the 6″) have a pair of precisely machined threaded holes at both ends. These allow you to mount two smart accessories on your ruler. The hook stop gives you a compact physical reference for the end of the ruler. It speeds up the layout work and also improves accuracy. The newest accessory for woodworking rulers is the 45/90 Combo T. Attach it to your ruler and you immediately have a T-square. Better yet, press the knob in your head and turn the base to a perfect 45°. You can leave it on permanently or just add it when you need it. There is also the stop of the ruler that clings to the body of the woodworking rule wherever you want.