In their latest flyer they have a dial gauge on sale for 9 dollars or so.
How would this be for a home shop? I don't want to spend 40 or 50 bucks for
a home shop. If I were a pro I'd spend more.
It will work fine. You clamp it onto your miter gauge or a block of wood
clamped to your miter gauge and measure away. Be sure to keep the miter
gauge pressed to one side of the slot the entire time. Nothing to it.
If you think about it, accurracy doesn't even matter because you're trying
to adjust it to where there is no needle movement. Not that I think the HF
dial isn't accurate.
they work fine. just don't drop them.
I own several cheapies and several good ones. for my purposes they
work the same. they have different configurations, and sometimes I
want to have more than one in play at a time.
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