Simple height guage made from vintage square. Just a straight milling job for initial setup
kbalch (Sep 9, 2014)
Thanks Edge20! I've added your Height Gauge to our Machining and Measuring and Marking categories, as well as to your builder page: Edge20's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:
Height Gauge by Edge20
machining, height gauge
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I like it! Two tools in one!
That's why I did it . That square does not bear up against a standard but is good for initial work. Also most height guages have a fairly short bar, on this find some scrap steel with a hole in it
What's the sort of chain we can see at the top ?
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That chain is the Xdrive of my homebuilt CNC router, seems to work well
Just a coincidence it lined up with the square
Very clever of you Graham. Flip the bar in line towards the handle and it could be used as a thickness gauge too.
I like that idea. Amazing what can be done with two bits of metal. The MacGyver gene is alive and well
Indeed. Looking forward to more of your projects Graham.
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