Thread: New ONE-TIME Tools Gap Gauges
21st Mar 2013, 08:51 AM #1
New ONE-TIME Tools Gap Gauges
Woodworking is mostly about getting 2 or more pieces to fit together perfectly, generally this is easier said than done!! As is their way, Woodpeckers have come up with 2 gap gauges that are sure to make your life easier and your joints tighter.
Both the Gap Gauge and Mini-Gap Gauge work the same way. One end has interlocking fingers that allow for checking inside of gaps as small as 3.2mm (1/8”) and as large as (28mm) 1-1/8”. The opposite end features a gap opening that automatically changes with the spacing of the fingers and visa-versa.
Whether you're trying to shim a stack dado, trim a tenon or rout a close fitting tongue and groove joint, Woodpeckers new Gap Gauges are the perfect tool to take the guess work out of the process
You can order HERE
As usual quantities made will match the quantities orderedm The last dat to order is, April 8th, with July / August 2013 delivery expected.
Hop in and order yours MOW!!!
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15th Aug 2013, 12:09 AM #2Thankful Member
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Obviously I missed out on this last run for these Gap Gauges, but I have put my name down on the Woodpecker's website in the hope that I will be notified should they decide to do another run of these great little tools.
If possible could the wonderful people from PWS also put me on a list (supposing that there is one), if these gauges are to be remade in the future please?
15th Aug 2013, 09:06 AM #3
If you have put your name down at Woodpeckers One Time Tool for the different tools you will be notified.
I have the 660mm square coming and looking at the 300mm to compliment it.
Expensive...yea...but one does need accurate tools...
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