On Tue, 15 Apr 2014 19:30:32 -0500, Gordon Shumway
You might like the TS-Aligner Jr for a similar price.
Or with a dial indicator, an accurate square and some simple shop made
jigs you can do some useful things for less money.
I have the TS-Aligner Jr and configured it to mimic the multi gauge.
Unfortunately, the surface of the bar was so narrow that it was
difficult to get a consistent reading because the bar had a tendency
The idea of making a jig would save a lot of money and if I'm not
happy with the results, Fathers Day isn't that far off...
That's a clean, simple design and it's at least as easy to use as the
TS-Aligner Jr. that I bought about 15 years ago. It looks like the
indicator can't be rotated 90 deg to work like the Multi-Gauge though.
I wish that was available when I bought my TS-Aligner Jr. because I
probably would have bought it instead.
I got one of their Precision Router Lifts about 15 years ago and I
love it. One of the gears that drives the chain failed after 2 or 3
years and they sent all the necessary replacement parts no questions
asked. Excellent service!
I'm sorry, but who buys this $h!t when you can make it from scraps and a
$15 dial indicator from Harbor Freight.
We're supposed to be wood fabricators and we're paying 100 bucks for
crap we can make in an hour from crap lying around our shops.
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