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By Christopher Schwarz
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From the November 2006 issue #158
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The combination square is standard equipment for many woodworkers, but it is overkill for most jobs. Most woodworkers need a well-marked ruler and a stop on it so measurements can be transferred or a line scribed parallel to an edge. Rarely is a combination square’s miter face, bubble level or scribe necessary.

Veritas’ new Ruler Stop is an inexpensive and elegant way to perform these common operations without a bulky (or expensive) combination square.

From the November 2006 issue #158
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