Incra Gauge

WOOD magazine rating
Brand:
Incra
Model:
IG32
Price:
$16

Description

INCRA Gauge can be used in place of a ruler or adjustable square to quickly and accurately mark out reference lines on any workpiece.

WOOD magazine review

Not fancy, but easy and accurate

Review Summary

We’ve tried a lot of fancy bit-height gauges, but keep coming back to the accurate simplicity of the Incra Gauge. First, set the gauge to the desired depth (it locks in at precise 1/32" increments), and then raise the bit until it touches the overhanging jaw. We find it much easier and more accurate than any ruler. The Incra Gauge fits nicely in an apron pocket, or can be tossed into a drawer without fear of losing its calibration.
Elsewhere in the shop, it can do duty as a marking gauge or for setting the blade height on your tablesaw.

Detailed Ratings

5.0
out of 5

Performance

5

Features

5

Ease of Use

5

Value

5

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