Dovetail Jig and Saw Guide (1-6 and 1-8 Set) Designed for Woodworkers by a Woodworker. Made in the USA

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Take the mystery out of hand cutting thru-dovetails with this new hand held Dovetail Saw Guide/Training Tool. Hand-cut dovetails are not only a thing of beauty, they also demonstrate the woodworker’s level of craftsmanship and expertise in their joinery and furniture. This fine joint requires accurate layout and precise sawing. With this new tool’s “positive guide slots” keeping the saw aligned perfectly, you will get excellent results in no time with minimum marking. The tool works best with saws having kerfs in the .016” - ~.022" Max range. (The tool was developed around the Lie-Nielsen 15ppi RIP saw and various Japanese pull saws. They will work with any saws in the defined kerf range.)

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How to Measure for a Cane The correct cane length is the key to safe use and better mobility. • Obtain measurements while wearing regular walking shoes. • Standing upright, allow arms to relax (with normal bend at the elbow) at your sides. • Have a second person measure the distance from your wrist joint down to the floor. This number is the right length of cane for you. Note: An estimate of the proper cane length can be made by dividing an individual’s height by two. For most persons, the right sized cane is within one inch of half their height. This guideline can be applied if the user is not available for an actual measurement.

How to Measure for a Cane The correct cane length is the key to safe use and better mobility. • Obtain measurements while wearing regular walking shoes. • Standing upright, allow arms to relax (with normal bend at the elbow) at your sides. • Have a second person measure the distance from your wrist joint down to the floor. This number is the right length of cane for you. Note: An estimate of the proper cane length can be made by dividing an individual’s height by two. For most persons, the right sized cane is within one inch of half their height. This guideline can be applied if the user is not available for an actual measurement.


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