Tool Test: Veritas Straightedges

By Christopher Schwarz
Page: 29

From the April 2005 issue #147
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No matter what sort of woodworking you do, you need a quality straightedge. Power-tool woodworkers need them for setting up machines. Hand-tool woodworkers need them for knifing in joint lines. All woodworkers need them to determine if joints are true.

Now Veritas makes straightedges that are as accurate as the expensive machinist versions (.001″ in steel and .003″ in aluminum) but are 13 percent to 50 percent cheaper.

From the April 2005 issue #147
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