Learn about the variety of tools used to make and measure angles and guidelines.
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Draw the gauge along the wood, holding the stock against the edge. The marking pin will score a guide line to the set measure. When storing a gauge for any length of time, position the stock near the pins to protect them. Keep the gauge in a dry place. If it gets damp, the stem may swell and stick in the stock.
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