Woodpeckers OneTime Tool - Gap Gauge
Woodpeckers OneTime Tools® are special tools available for a limited time. After the ordering period for the tool closes, Woodpeckers makes the tools and delivers them at a later date. You will be charged for the tool when you place your order.
Order closing date for this WoodPeckers OneTime Tool® is April 13, 2015.
Scheduled delivery for this WoodPeckers OneTime Tool® is July or August 2015.
Precisely Determine Joint Sizes Without Fussy Measuring
Gap Gauges, Can’t Miss Sizing Tools for Common Woodworking Joints.
How many tedious test cuts and guesswork setups does it take to make simple joints? With Woodpeckers latest Gap Gauge OneTIME Tool, the answer is– one! And you can leave your ruler in your pocket. Seriously!
Clever Little Tools, Strikingly Simple to Use.
As you know, common joints like dados, grooves and mortise & tenons always start with a "given" dimension of one of the mating joints. Think about a dado. The "given" is the thickness of the lumber or plywood. With the mortise and tenon, it’s usually the mortise width.
The genius of Woodpecker's Gap Gauge tools is that by quickly gauging either the thickness of material or inside dimension of a joint, the opposite end of the Gap Gauge is perfectly set to the required size for the other half of the joint.
Pare a Tenon to Perfection.
Use the fingers end of the Mini Gap Gauge to gauge the width of your mortise. Presto, the opposite end is set to the exact thickness to pare your tenon for the perfect fit. Of course, you can also use the fingered end of either Gap Gauge tool to establish the width of a dado or groove should you want to plane stock to a precise thickness.
The Mini Gap Gauge is 3/4" wide and measures gaps from 1/8" to 1-1/8" (~2mm to 27mm).
The Standard Gap Gauge is 2-7/8" wide and measures gaps from 1/8" to 1-1/8" (~2mm to 27mm).
The Gap Gauge Set includes one Mini & one Standard Gap Gauge.
All Woodpecker tools are machined in their shop just outside Cleveland, Ohio.
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