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    Simple Height Guage

    Simple height guage made from vintage square. Just a straight milling job for initial setup
    cheers

    Graham
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    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:


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    I like it! Two tools in one!

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    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

    cheersGraham

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    Hi,
    What's the sort of chain we can see at the top ?
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    Hi Christophe
    That chain is the Xdrive of my homebuilt CNC router, seems to work well

    cheers

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    Just a coincidence it lined up with the square

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    Very clever of you Graham. Flip the bar in line towards the handle and it could be used as a thickness gauge too.

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    I like that idea. Amazing what can be done with two bits of metal. The MacGyver gene is alive and well

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    Indeed. Looking forward to more of your projects Graham.

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