Precision Setup Blocks Height Gauge Set
Precision Setup Blocks give you precise physical references to gauge the height of a cutter or the position of a fence. Just select the block clearly marked with your desired dimension, place it beside your machine tooling, and adjust. Use both your senses of sight and touch to dial in a perfect fit. 9pcs Metric and 16pcs Inch Woodworking Setup Blocks Height Gauge Precision Aluminum Alloy Setup Blocks for Router and Table Saw Accessories.
How it works ?
- High Precision: Each block is machined to within 0.001" accuracy.
- Easy to Read: This setup blocks is designed with unique brighter color and white labels on three sides. Super easy to read, perfect for table saw, router and other cutters. You can stack setup bars for additional sizes you need.
- Sturdy & Durable: These solid aluminum alloy gauge blocks with anodized finish protect router bits and saws better. The aluminum alloy makes them lighter, durable, and corrosion resistant.
- Convenient to Use: These setup bars come with a handy storage case, keeping them in organized and neat. Different blocks allow you set up easier, faster and more accurately than using a combined ruler, especially when you need to change heights and distance constantly.
Levoite Setup Blocks are machined from aircraft grade aluminum billets on CNC milling centers. Then they are anodized to create a durable surface that resists most shop chemicals and won' t leave dark marks on your stock like untreated aluminum will. Each block is individually checked for tolerance before being packed in a fitted case and shipped to your shop.
Carefully Made: All the blocks are machined to a tolerance of 0.001" of an inch for dimension, flatness and squareness. Check any combination you want with the most accurate measuring device you have. You' II see that a stack of these blocks is just as accurate as your best rule, and much easier to work with.
Start Gauging! This isn' t a new trick, just one more commonly used in metal working than in woodworking. Machinists call them "gauge blocks" and they' ve been around for centuries. Once you start using your setup blocks, you' II find more and more places where they work better than rules or tapes.
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