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By David Thiel
Page: 31

From the November 2006 issue #158
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Accurately measuring (both wood and machinery) in the shop is important for every woodworker, and most woodworkers have cursed their caliper on more than one occasion when they have to translate the decimal reading to inches.

In the Popular Woodworking shop we’ve come to a consensus that the perfect caliper is a 4″-long digital caliper that will measure in fractions (to 1?64″). We’re happy to announce that the perfect tool is now available for the first time, at an affordable price.

From the November 2006 issue #158
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