Say goodbye to your fragile angle template tool.
"Great design that makes centering super easy. Takes all the guess work and trial-and-error out of your projects. Wasn't sure I would use it that often.... but, I have found it a great go-to tool in my shop. Reasonable price for a unique product. Highly recommended for your toolbox."
"Excellent product, Tool helps with locating holes for cuts.It make my work go faster. It's helping me a lot.I recommend it."
This angle template tool is engraved markings(inches & centimeters) perfect for precise and accurate angle measurements.With 6 adjustable, 2-sided arms, you can create a custom stencil for every job. Use it to mark tile, flooring, bricks, lumber, laminate, metal & more!
DURABLE AND ERGONOMIC:Made of 5mm aluminum alloy with durable metal knobs and bolts, It`s more durable and quality than plastic one.Say goodbye to your fragile template tool.
EASY TO USE:Just place the template tool ruler onto your work area, slide the rulers into the shape needed, and tighten the screws.The innovative, four-sided template tool can be used as a stencil for cutting your work piece.
MULTIPLE APPLICATIONS:Set at 90-degree angles to space parallel pieces of wood, form into a T-Square to align your brick, even set your own distances for corbelling, any other project you can think of.
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Can you put two together for a longer area?
Where can I get directions to go with this?
It’s basically a tape measure that will lock into different angels. No real instructions needed. Best bet is to YouTube some videos of how you can use it. It’s a great tool! Just place the template tool ruler onto your work area, slide the rulers into the shape needed, and tighten the screws.Then use as a stencil for cutting your work piece.
I need a measurement for items i wish to photograph which mean the numbers have to be big enough to read in a photograph that is further away?
You could probably be 5 or 6 feet away and it would be visible enough. Any more and you'd probably have to zoom in on the photograph to see the numbers.