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    1. Incra GSQR7 Guaranteed Square
    $169.99
    2. Incra 2000/27Miter Gauge
    $49.39
    3. Incra G457 Guaranteed 45 Degrees
    $28.49
    4. Incra PROTRAC06 Precision Marking
    $66.49
    5. Incra IRSET12 12" Marking Rule
    $17.09
    6. Incra T-RULE06 Precision Marking
    $229.99
    7. Incra 3000/27 Miter Gauge
    $39.89
    8. Incra G455 Guaranteed 45 Degrees
    $18.99
    9. Incra TTRACKPLUS48 48" T-Track
    $30.39
    10. Incra T-RULE12 Precision Marking
    $24.99
    11. Incra VDOV1New Video: Dovetails
    $42.74
    12. Incra IRSET06 6" Marking Rule
    $94.99
    13. Incra IRSET18 18" Marking Rule
    $349.99
    14. Incra TSIII-32 32" Ultra Based
    $269.99
    15. Incra ULTRA24SYSJig Router Kit,
    $109.99
    16. Incra 1000/18TMiter Gauge
    $249.99
    17. Incra WF37 Wonder Fence
    $37.99
    18. Incra T-RULE18 Precision Marking
    19. Incra TTRACKPLUS24 24" T-Track
    $39.89
    20. Incra GSQR5 Guaranteed Square

    1. Incra GSQR7 Guaranteed Square 7"
    by Incra
    Tools & Hardware
    -- our price: $49.39
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000639X2
    Sales Rank: 1064
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Blade angle deviation less than 0.001" along full length of blade
    • One piece blade design cut from solid hardened aluminum
    • Support lip holds the tool on the edge of workpiece for marking and layout
    • Extra thick 1/4" solid alloy blade

    Reviews (5)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Pricey, but worth it if you want precision
    Look at where the red part meets the gold, there's a lip there. This lip lets you rest the red part over the edge of a board and it won't pivot down or tip over; it's a great feature. Because this tool is so accurate; I mainly bought it for aligning tools, which it has done flawlessly.Whenever I need a precision cut, this is the tool I reach for.If you can get over the price, you'll love it.It's dead on square too, inside AND out.Avoid the squares that have wood handles as changes in humidy change the squareness!Incra is hard to beat when it comes to precision instruments, and once again they've done a fine job.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Overpriced !!.. Buy it if you can afford it..
    Great tool but seems very expensive unless you work for where it is must to have it something this expensive and accurate.

    Well, I already have it so will try to justify by using it more often.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Very well designed and built
    The big deal about this square is that the inside lip on the handle lets you set it down on an edge and it will support itself! No other square that I know of does this.

    Also, I tested their claim of squareness and found that it is dead on.

    A perfect tool ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Measuring & Layout Tools    2. Squares   


    2. Incra 2000/27Miter Gauge
    by Incra
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $179.99 -- our price: $169.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000302X9
    Sales Rank: 4021
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • One-year limited warranty
    • 11 angle stops
    • 22-1/2-degree special stops
    • 27-inch Incra-Lock fence
    • Incra ShopStop positioner

    Reviews (16)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Incra 2000/27 Miter Gauge
    Any Incra jig is a winner.The 2000 is no exception. For a few dollars more than the Incra 1000 you get positive stops every one (1) degree, rather than every 5 degrees as on the 1000.Additionally there is another indexed stop which then makes all the positive stops on the 1/2 degree.Marvelous instrument, especially when compared to the miter gauge that came with my Sears table saw 22 years ago.

    Update 31 Mar 05: Now that I've been using the Incra 2000 for a few months, I find zero defects, zero detractors for this miter gauge.In fact, I finally can make 45 deg angles that are more accurate than the wood movement that occurs in any project.You cannot get any better than that!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Poor set-up, good operation
    The short version: set-up took about 3 hrs due to poor directions, sloppy detailing and bad drawings.Operation met expectations.

    If you buy, prepare as follows:

    1. Get about 10 machinist shims in increments of .001 or .002.These will be needed to adjust to square with your table.This beats measuring slips of paper with a micrometer and figuring out how many to slide into place.Mine took .005 to square.Their "Tip" between steps 1 and 2.

    2. Do calibration step 1before step 2 in assembly to avoid double handling.Remove the allen screws and rub with some wax or dry lubricant.The screw heads build-up so much friction against the plastic expansion washers that you can almost break your 7/64 allen wrench.

    3. When setting up for the right side --IGNORE their drawing and instructions.They show a through slot connecting the fence to the mounting bracket.It is not slotted which means that when you remove the fence; you can't get in back in with loose washers supplied.I ended up making a ball of wax paper to put behind their slotted washer to be able to reinstall the cap screws -- this will make sense when you see the unit.

    Remember that you will have to do the same table squaring step for the right side as you did on the left.

    It's incredible that they supply a part that's completely different than their drawing.

    4. The Shop Stop is generally well designed part, but the manual provided is useless for initial set-up.The rack system is very accurate and the positioning works well after you set the rule to your machine.

    In operation, the unit is excellent.Changing from 90 to 45 takes 5 seconds and is totally accurate.

    Too bad they don't have someone in engineering actually assemble the unit from their drawings and instructions before sending out to customers.

    2-0 out of 5 stars There are better miter gauges
    The INCRA 2000 has two faults.
    1) The Angle bracket that holds the fence is just a bent piece of steel. Mine was far from square and had a slight twist. Tired of the recommended shimming to correct, I made my own from angled stock.
    2) The handle easily comes loose in use, allowing the fence to move on the base plate during a cut. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Gauges    2. Miter Gauges    3. Table Saws    4. (Mitre Gauges)    5. Saws    6. Table Saw Attachments    7. (Tablesaws)   


    3. Incra G457 Guaranteed 45 Degrees 7"
    by Incra
    Tools & Hardware
    -- our price: $49.39
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000639X4
    Sales Rank: 2686
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Blade angle deviation less than 0.001" along full length of blade
    • One piece blade design cut from solid hardened aluminum
    • Support lip holds the tool on the edge of workpiece for marking and layout
    • Extra thick 1/4" solid alloy blade

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great, just great!
    Look at where the red part meets the gold, there's a lip there.This lip lets you rest the red part over the edge of a board and it won't tip over or move; it's a great feature.Because this tool is so accurate; I don't keep it in my apron, which means I don't use it a lot.However, I mainly bought it to keep my tools aligned, which it does perfectly.If you can get over the outragous price, you'll love it, along with their regular square too.Incra is hard to beat when it comes to precision instruments, and they've done a fine job here. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Measuring & Layout Tools    2. Squares   


    4. Incra PROTRAC06 Precision Marking Protractor
    by Incra
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $32.95 -- our price: $28.49
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00002255K
    Sales Rank: 5723
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    Features

    • Guide holes at 45-, 30-, 22.5-, 5-, 1-, and .5-degree intervals
    • T-bar and see through crosshairs
    • Useable on flat surfaces
    • Four angle scales

    Subjects:  1. Measuring & Layout Tools    2. Marking Tools    3. Protractors    4. (Protracters)   


    5. Incra IRSET12 12" Marking Rule Set
    by Incra
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $76.95 -- our price: $66.49
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00002255M
    Sales Rank: 1840
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Holes at every scale position
    • Use as a precision T-square
    • Guide slots wrap around workpiece
    • Draw perfectly placed horizontal lines

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars I'm hooked on Incra "Mania"
    I first bought the Incra TSIII-32 table saw fence. I became indoctrinated into the Incra system. One that creates unbelievably accurate results with the least amount of effort. When I tell others that my fence-table saw is adjusted so that I can cut any size board, take out a dial caliper and it is accurate to .002", then get mad at me and tell me I'm either wrong or not telling them the truth, but it is true.
    I then bought the 6" rule, and it is so accurate, I measure all of my other measuring devices by it. I wound up throwing out my far less than accurate tape measures and rules. Oh a lot of them are accurate through out the rule, but the beginning reference could be off somewhat. What else matters? Some people are not into getting totally accurate measurements. My philosophy is to strive for perfection, and settle for excellence. So onto the rule.
    Since it has these tiny holes that you place the tip of a mechanical pencil into, then slide the rule along your workpiece. Thereby insuring a perfect line, exactly the distance from the edge. No holding the pencil along a rule, and sliding it along, making a varied line. If you use these rules, and gently begin your cut a hair over the line, you can tweak the workpiece up to the edge of your blade at exactly the mark line.
    I use the 6" so much, that I decided to get the 12" complete set, which includes the edge-corner rule etc. I know that when I need to mark a workpiece greater than 6", I am going to be cursing myself for needing to use a ruler and a try to make the mark at the right spot method.
    The thing about the Incramental system, in all of the their equipment, is that it takes less time to make a perfect cut. Some people feel that this kind of accuracy is not essential, but once you get into perfect fitting cuts, your quickly spoiled. Incra is unique. Check out all of their items. This rule set is a nice addition to your arsenal. Highly recommended.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best on the market.
    I calibrate measurement tools for a living and it's not very often I'm impressed by tools in this price range. I also almost never give anything 5 stars.These are the exception.

    No measuring device is "exact" but, after calibration, I found these to be as accurate as rulers costing 5 times as much.Also, the aluminum bar is amazingly repeatable. I found that removing and replacing the bar caused no degredation in accuracy. So don't be affraid to adjust the bar to suit your application.As long asthe ruler is seated against the stop it will have a remarkable accuracy.

    The price is the final star in this package. I would expect to pay twice this price to get even one ruler this accurate and useful. But here they give you three.You can't go wrong with these.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best money I have spent this year
    I love this tool. It will save you a lot of time and hassle when compared to marking with the standard square or tape measure. With the standard way you have to make sure that your eyes are right over the mark to ensure accurate cuts but this tool takes that variable out of the equation. I will definately buy the 18" set next and I hope to see a long 48" version or if possible a tape measure with the same hole type marking. Hey I can dream can't I. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Measuring & Layout Tools    2. Marking Tools   


    6. Incra T-RULE06 Precision Marking T-Rule
    by Incra
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $19.95 -- our price: $17.09
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004TRBW
    Sales Rank: 4646
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Limited one-year warranty
    • Precise, versatile, easy-to-use
    • Micro-fine marking holes and slots
    • Scribe exactly on target with zero uncertainty
    • Set to every scale position

    Reviews (6)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Nice!
    This is the finest measuring/marking tool I presently own. Well worth the $17.99 price tag. I will be buying the 12" version and the Incra protractor a.s.a.p.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Incra Makes the Most Dependable Marking Tools
    I bought this T-Rule along with Incra's marking rule and their "bend rule." All are terrific and useful measuring devices, and I use them on practically every woodworking project I do. They are accurate down to 1/64", and there are convenient marking holes at each spot. You can use these holes to make a perfect mark at the right measurement. Of course, it's up to you to draw a perfect line across that mark and cut it on your saw, but the Incra rule helps you put down a perfect mark to work from.

    In some of Incra's brochures, they show a way to use the T-rule to mark your lines. You put the pencil into one of the marking holes, and then you slide the rule along the wood's edge. As the rule slides, a perfect line is drawn. I don't do this myself, but I see that it's possible.

    The T-rule is made of sturdy material, and it is dead-on accurate. The rule portion is flexible but strong. It can slide along the "T" section, depending on how you need to do your measurement.There are two adjustment knobs, which you loosen, then move the rule, and then re-tighten the knobs. When locked, the rule is held down securely and accurately. (As an aside, the "T" also has that trademark red color I associate with Incra products -- it has a soothing quality for me.)

    Although the rules are made of thin metal, they are very strong. I've dropped my rules a few times, even stepped on the T-rule once, and it didn't seem bothered by it at all.

    One thing to be aware of is that the measurements on this rule are in 1/32" and 1/64" increments.This means you have to convert into 1/4" or 1/8", which isn't too much of a problem, but it is something to be aware of. It's a fine trade-off for such accuracy.

    Over all, this is a great product that can be used in every furniture-making project for accurate markings.

    5-0 out of 5 stars From Close to Perfect, In Just One Tool !
    Commonly we use a tape measure to mark our work piece before cutting. The small tab at the end of our tape measure is always loose. Some argue that it was built intentionally that way, so that when you stretch it, it slides to make up for the allowance of the thickness of the tab. When compressed, it slightly shortens the length to once again make up for the tab. That sounds good, until you actually measure something with it both ways, and come up with a 32nd of an inch or more difference. If we are rough framing that is fine. When we are doing anything that doesn't demand close tolerances, it suffices.
    What is interesting, is that the smaller the cut, or the finer the project, critical tolerances become all the more important. Installing a set of kitchen cabinets, and you have to nick a 1" corner in something. That can be difficult to do perfectly. If cut wrong, it stands out like a sore thumb. What this Precision Marking Rule will do is give you perfect lines effortlessly. Less time spent, and undeniably exact markings.
    Incra designed this so that each measurement, whether you are measuring to a 32nd or a 64th can be done almost without your glasses on. Each measurement is marked with a small hole next to it. In there fits the tip of a .5mm mechanical pencil, or sharpen a regular pencil to a fine tip, give it a couple of twists to center it in the hole and you are ready to go. What I did in the past was use a framing square, park my pencil on my measurement, then try to hold it still on the square, while I glided it along. It normally wouldn't hold totally true. With this rule, it prevents the pencil-marker from floating. It stays in the hole for a flawless measurement along the entire line. It is not harder, it is easier.
    You can see how ultra fine this capacity is. As a matter of fact the incra system is the most exacting measuring, fencing, and marking systems available. Some things we don't need this level of accuracy. On the other hand, once you get into the "incra"mental system, their is no going back. It takes less time, for better results. I just bought the Incra TSIII-32 table saw fence system, and I am sold on the timesavings, and ease of use in doing it right, instead of getting it close.
    It is nice to know that if I am dealing with tight tolerances, this is standing by to give me the flawless measuring I need. Even if I am scribing a line along a board, that I need to run through the jointer, I know it will be exact. If I had to be critical on the piece, I would say that since it is for fine measuring, the T-slot aluminum track is substantial, but the metal on the measuring face is thin enough that you wouldn't want to step on it. A thick framers square could be dropped off of a second story, but it won't give you this kind of exactness. For the money, you can't beat this rule. Highly recommended, buy it you won't be sorry. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Measuring & Layout Tools    2. Marking Tools   


    7. Incra 3000/27 Miter Gauge
    by Incra
    Tools & Hardware
    -- our price: $229.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000051WSF
    Sales Rank: 9735
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • GlideLOCK Miter Bar for zero side play, anti-friction travel on almost all table saws with standard or near-standard miter gauge channels
    • Delivers perfect, repeatable accuracy the first time, every time, at any angle
    • Interlocking grooves in the fence and stop ensure even the sharp edge of mitered work will not push behind the stop
    • Precision angle indexing teeth are laser cut in solid steel to lock in 364 positive angle stops
    • Continuously adjustable between 1/2-degree steps

    Reviews (6)

    3-0 out of 5 stars tw
    The tool does perform flawlessly as promised initially. However, this depends on how long and how often you use for various mitering angles - the pivot hole of the stamped plate will wear out quickly against the pivot pin. When you get large play and the miter gauge will be no longer accurate. I think this is a design flaw for being made cheap.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Angle precision is great. But length system kind of sad.
    I look at this fence and I am kind of baffled at why such a poor system of setting the tapes was chosen (there is an independent slippery segment every 16 inches). The tapes are Mylar or something similar with a little translucent window you're supposed to use to align a succeeding segment with a previous one. Wow, you can futz with it for 20 minutes. Then it moves but you don't know it. INCRA says you can tape the segments together, once aligned. The problem is, it buckles the tape and still moves and you don't see that either till you have ruined a cut. Is this feeble setup really from INCRA? Why not one 32 inch segment?? It really is comical. Periodically, through the day,you must re-check zero. Then, if you have to adjust (and you will), you also must adjust every segment. WHAT? What's next? Well, how about that for the slide out (telescoping) arm they INVERT a left hand tape!!! For goodness sake, why not use a right hand tape so you don't have to read it upside down?? For angle precision I give it 5 stars. For setting up cuts to length, I give it ZERO. Since I can't score the average of 2.5, I'll just give INCRA a half point and rate the whole thing a 3. No, I forgot the amateurish micro-adjustment on the flip stop. I'm coming down to 2 stars from 2.5 instead of rounding up. The funny thing about these two issues is both are highly visible, one or the other affects EVERY cut and would be EASY to rectify. WHY does a manufacturer run so strong and then peter out when it counts on things so cheap and easy to avoid?

    2-0 out of 5 stars Weak point makes this tool unuseable
    The protractor head, associated knobs, fittings, and adjustable miter slot bar are very good and probably provide a high degree of accuracy.The problem lies in the attachment of the fence to the protractor head thus negating the protractor head accuracy.

    There is a piece of 1/8" angle iron between the protractor head and the fence (3/4" x 1-1/4" x 6").The narrow leg is attached to the top of the protractor head with three screws and the other leg is attached to the back of the fence with two screws.The three screw connection to the protractor head provides adjustment to set the protractor head square to the ts blade.The two screws holding the angle iron and fence together are backed with threaded plates that slide in the fence thus allowing the fence to be moved from side to side.

    The angle iron between the fence and the protractor head is not sturdy enough to prevent the fence rolling from front to back.Consequently there is no way to insure the fence face is 90 degrees to the ts table.The instructions provided say to put tape between the angle iron leg and the protractor head, either in front of the screws or behind depending which way the fence is out of square.It's obvious Incra saw the problem, but did not come up with a satisfactory adjustment.

    To compound the problem, the protractor head and associated mechanism is made out of 1/8" steel and plastic.Flex in this construction amplifies itself to the fence.

    This miter guage could be a superior tool if:1) the protractor head / fence connection was strengthened, 2) heavier guage material or cast material was used in its construction.

    All of this is mute if the only use of the miter guage was to cut material flat on the table.Unfortunately, this is not the case for most people.

    I don't have an superior alternative to this miter guage, but am looking. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Gauges    2. Miter Gauges    3. Table Saws    4. (Mitre Gauges)   


    8. Incra G455 Guaranteed 45 Degrees 5"
    by Incra
    Tools & Hardware
    -- our price: $39.89
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000639X3
    Sales Rank: 1785
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Features

    • Blade angle deviation less than 0.001" along full length of blade
    • One piece blade design cut from solid hardened aluminum
    • Support lip holds the tool on the edge of workpiece for marking and layout
    • Extra thick 1/4" solid alloy blade

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Precision like the other Incra-products
    There is not much to say about this product. It is very precise, enabling you to check those miters and get them perfect every time, ajusting tablesaw, bandsaw and other tools. It is solid made, one piece precesion milled block of aluminum, and will provide years of good service. Worth the money for an absolute 45dgr reference.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Precision like the other Incra-products
    There is not much to say about this product. It is very precise, enabling you to check those miters and get them perfect every time, ajusting tablesaw, bandsaw and other tools. It is solid made, one piece precesion milled block of aluminum, and will provide years of good service. Worth the money for an absolute 45dgr reference. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Measuring & Layout Tools    2. Squares   


    9. Incra TTRACKPLUS48 48" T-Track Plus
    by Incra
    Tools & Hardware
    -- our price: $18.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005NMUC
    Sales Rank: 6967
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    Features

    • Large T-slot accepts standard 1/4 x 20 hex bolts
    • 48" length
    • Adustable Lexan scale is great for attaching stops, guards, jigs, fixtures, and holddowns
    • Use on your workbench or drill press
    • Predrilled holes for easy mounting

    Subjects:  1. Drill Presses    2. (Drils)   


    10. Incra T-RULE12 Precision Marking T-Rule
    by Incra
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $34.95 -- our price: $30.39
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004TRBX
    Sales Rank: 8690
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Limited one-year warranty
    • Precise, versatile, easy-to-use
    • Micro-fine marking holes and slots
    • Scribe exactly on target with zero uncertainty
    • Set to every scale position

    Reviews (4)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Amazon.com has issues with ethics. Please read...
    This ruler, along with other power and hand tools is overprized. I would love to find out how they come up with "list prices" that are usually 200% higher than a manufacturer suggested price and then fool you into believing that you are getting a 50% discount or something like that. Please search elsewhere for this product; for example http://www.woodpeck.com. The most overpriced items are power tools for woodworking; I have not looked at other tools but I am sure it is the same case. I wonder if Amazon can get sued for false advertising by telling you that you are getting savings that you are not.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Accurate, Easy-to-Use Measuring
    I bought this T-Rule along with Incra's marking rule and their "bend rule."All are terrific and useful measuring devices, and I use them on practically every woodworking project I do.They are accurate down to 1/64", and there are convenient marking holes at each spot.You can use these holes to make a perfect mark at the right measurement.Of course, it's up to you to draw a perfect line across that mark and cut it on your saw, but the Incra rule helps you put down a perfect mark to work from.

    In some of Incra's brochures, they show a way to use the T-rule to mark your lines.You put the pencil into one of the marking holes, and then you slide the rule along the wood's edge.As the rule slides, a perfect line is drawn.I don't do this myself, but I see that it's possible.

    The T-rule is made of sturdy material, and it is dead-on accurate.The rule portion is flexible but strong.It can slide along the "T" section, depending on how you need to do your measurement.There are two adjustment knobs, which you loosen, then move the rule, and then re-tighten the knobs.When locked, the rule is held down securely and accurately.(As an aside, the "T" also has that trademark red color I associate with Incra products -- it has a soothing quality for me.)

    Although the rules are made of thin metal, they are very strong.I've dropped my rules a few times, even stepped on the T-rule once, and it didn't seem bothered by it at all.

    One thing to be aware of is that the measurements on this rule are in 1/32" and 1/64" increments. This means you have to convert into 1/4" or 1/8", which isn't too much of a problem, but it is something to be aware of.It's a fine trade-off for such accuracy.

    Over all, this is a great product that can be used in every furniture-making project for accurate markings.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely Repeatable Marking.Best Tool Ever for Mortises!


    I echo the words of the other reviewer.I use this thing all the time.It is the only measuring device I ever use when laying out mortises.

    Try this with your ruler.Mark 3-31/32" from then edge of your wood and then lift your ruler, move your wood around and try to use the same ruler to make the same measurement.I'm not saying it can't be done, but with this thing, you can draw a .5mm line E-X-A-C-T-L-Y over the one you previously drew.It's not off by a "hair" or a "smidgin" or "a little", it's dead-on.

    By sliding the "fence" on this t-rule across your edge as you make your mark, it's possible to make a repeatable and exact measurement from the edge of your board all the way down the length of the board in any increment (down to 64ths).

    I stress repeatability because that's very important when trying to mark two separate pieces exactly the same.

    Since this ruler came into my shop, I occasionally amaze myself, and that alone makes it worth the price!

    ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Measuring & Layout Tools    2. Marking Tools   


    11. Incra VDOV1New Video: Dovetails - Using the Incra Jig Ultra
    by Incra
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $28.29 -- our price: $24.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004TRBV
    Sales Rank: 8596
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    Features

    • Learn how to make perfect joints
    • Techniques and tips

    Subjects:  1. Job Site Office    2. Videos   


    12. Incra IRSET06 6" Marking Rule Set
    by Incra
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $47.95 -- our price: $42.74
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00002255L
    Sales Rank: 18584
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    Features

    • Holes at every scale position
    • Use as a precision T-square
    • Guide slots wrap around edge
    • Draw perfectly placed horizontal lines

    Subjects:  1. Measuring & Layout Tools    2. Marking Tools   


    13. Incra IRSET18 18" Marking Rule Set
    by Incra
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $105.95 -- our price: $94.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00002255N
    Sales Rank: 15662
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Holes at every scale position
    • Use as a precision T-square
    • Guide slots wrap around workpiece
    • Draw perfectly placed horizontal lines

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Super Rulers -- Super Accurate -- Super Flimsy...
    These are the standards in my shop for accuracy.These rulers remove all doubt when measuring.Very thin laser-etched markings on very thin stainless steel with laser-cut marking slots for using a .5mm pencil.If you want accuracy and a "reference" point for other measuring tools in your shop, this is the one to go with.

    But... make a rack for them and keep them off the floor... One crimp, and the accuracy is gone.

    Still... they get 5 stars!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Exactly What You Need
    If you desire to elevate your measuring and marking skills, this handy set will do you right. If you're frustrated at trying to line up your measuring marks your're not alone. No more squinting at the edge of a ruler to see if you've got it right. Get it right each time with this set.

    These precision marking rulers have precisely drilled guide slots to fit a marking tool such as a sharp pencil or scribe eliminating the uncertainty in your measurement. The included T-square allows one to scribe the measurement by moving the T-square along a straight edge. Perfect. The marking ruler is handy for making that perfect mark. The bend ruler is great for all those edge and end mesurements.

    The rulers are made out of very thin stainless steel and if your not careful you can put a hard to straighten crimp in them.

    Use them the first time and you won't want to go back. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Measuring & Layout Tools    2. Marking Tools   


    14. Incra TSIII-32 32" Ultra Based Table Saw Fence Positioner (Sawtooth Rack Based)
    by Incra
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $444.95 -- our price: $349.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000639X0
    Sales Rank: 7144
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • INCRA precision on both sides of the blade
    • Sawtooth Rack based Automatic Positioning Control for the Table Saw
    • 36" heavy duty Rip Fence stays PERFECTLY parallel at ALL settings.
    • Heavy duty rail system for three point fence clamping
    • Extra-long carriage, 32" positioning range

    Reviews (10)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Amazon.com dipslays horrible customer service - again
    I can't offer a review on the tool, but I feel that I should give anyone considering purchasing this item a "head's up" on what I have experienced.Bottom line up front: order it from Tool Crib's phone order catalogue.You will get it for the same price, but you will deal with people who have a clue about what they sell.I ordered this fence system nearly a month ago, and to the best of my knowledge, it ships in three packages: one for the Ultra Jig, one for the center mount and fence, and one for the fence rails.So far, after five e-mails to Amazon'z virtually non-responsive customer service department and two phone calls (incidentally, the Amazon customer service number is 800-201-7575 - although they do their best to hide that from you)I have recieved two shipments of the center mount and fence package and one of the Ultra Jig.I have not received the fence rails.However, Amazon insists that it sent me three separate shipments of the entire product in response to my complaints - SO THEY ARE NOW EXPECTING ME TO RETURN TWO COMPLETE PRODUCTS WHEN I HAVE YET TO RECEIVE ONE IN ITS ENTIRETY!

    Calls and e-mails to Amazon are fruitless - I can't seem to get them to understand that the product comes in three separate and distinct boxes, let alone actually ship the three boxes.My last call came yielded an admission from the rep that he had no idea what I was talking about and he'd "be lucky to know a hammer from a screwdriver".Tool Crib can't help me because I placed the order on-line; on-line orders are handled by Amazon.Thus, my suggestion: place the order over the phone with Tool Crib, that way, the people who handle your order will know what they are talking about.Otherwise you could be like me: owing Amazon lots of money as a result of their incompetence and ignorance for an order you never received.

    I will update my review with my opinion on the fence if and when this situation is resolved.

    1-0 out of 5 stars THIEVES: Make sure this is what you really want......
    I purchased this on April 11th.About 30 minutes later I needed to cancel the order.I found a cheaper price locally.They indicated i could not cancel the order but I could refuse shipment, and they would credit my card.That was almost 2 months ago.They have not credited my card and refuse to give me a phone number where I can speak with a CSR.No more Amazon for me.....To bad I likedthis place.Sometimes principal can be a pain.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Yeah, it's pretty nice
    Anyone researching this fence has probably already read numerous positive reviews and user comments about this system about Incra in general.
    I've found them to be largely true, but the system has some issues, too:
    Yep, it DOES take up a lot of precious floor-space.This is especially compounded by moving the rails further to the right to extend rip capacity.
    My fence is not flat.I read a ~.020" bow (proud in the center behind the carriage) with my dial caliper over the length of the fence.I expect I could grind this down, or shim out via a sub-fence.
    The rails are LONG, and supporting them, while not required, seems prudent.This is especially true if you're dropping a router in an extension wing.
    The "hairline" cursor on my positioner is not a hairline - it's tough reading that little scale, too - I think I could easily lock down 1/32" off and not realize it (this could be my vision, though).
    I noticed that clamping the positioner in seems to move the fence a little.Not a big deal but it makes initial set-up a little hit-or-miss.
    This is a modular product, so the terminology gets confusing.You're looking at a TSIII fence "system" - it includes the Ultra positioner, rails, a mounting plate, fence, and carriage.To Incra's credit, these items are all offered seperately, but this makes it a little more confusing.Some of these parts are identical to the router-table based systems (the positioner, the carriage, e.g.).It seems a little redundant to buy a TS AND a RT system since they share these components.
    The knob to clamp down the front of the fence seems a little cheesy, and the back of the fence is clamped down with a (supplied) Allen wrench driver.Just seems odd compared to conventional systems.

    Obviously these are picky little issues - it's a clever design, it's very modular (adding extension tables/ accesories is a breeze), manuals and packaging are the best I've seen, it can serve double-duty as a RT fence, etc.With many more words I could convey:the system is really flexible and will allow you to come up with a configuration that will suit your work needs/style.

    I'm saying nothing about accuracy here because I think that's been covered well elsewhere.

    The fence seems to remain square to the slots / blade, but it just feels unlikely that this is true when you use it.The center mount, friction from dragging hold downs, and general "flimsyness" of the system (in it's unlocked state - when locked, it's very secure) make me feel like the fence is skewing all over the place.

    I know this is mixed bag for a review but when I was researching, I could find nothing other than "perfect"... ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Fences    2. Table Saw Fences    3. (Tablesaws)   


    15. Incra ULTRA24SYSJig Router Kit, 24" Complete Ultra System
    by Incra
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $324.95 -- our price: $269.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000022436
    Sales Rank: 8902
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Lifetime warranty on rack; one-year warranty on all other parts
    • Locking, quick-action cam clamp
    • Microadjustable to move jig to any position
    • Smooth tracking between settings
    • Comes fully assembled

    Reviews (7)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product, responsive customer service
    I have been facinated by the Incra Jig demos at woodworking shows for years.I was lucky enough to recieve a 24" ultra, the master template library, and the three videos as a birthday present.
    The set-up was fairly simple if you take your time. I had one snag during set-up, I was missing one small bolt, I scrounged around and found the correct size at a local hardware store.I was up and running, cutting near perfect box joints and dovetails in just a few hours.I also was missing a template that was refered to in one of the videos.A quick e-mail to the incra (taylor design) customer support department had both the bolt and the template in the mail and delivered within a week, no questions asked.
    Overall, this is an excellent product that does everything it promises, as long as you follow the instructions.The company was very responsve to correcting their errors and will get my business again.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Tool with Bad Manuals
    First of all this as an exceptional tool.I am a joinery novice but am now creating professional dovetail joints without problems.I have two comments that I think would be important to new users.

    1.The setup directions are very confusing.Incra includes directions for every jig variation and accessory variation all within the product manual.I actually had 4 (yes four!) different documents that I was being refered between and still couldn't find the exact document for my fence - until a change page fell out of one of the docs.I think that officially makes 5 separate docs.I guess Incra changes their products often and doesn't recreate assembly manuals.

    2. Setup is everything.If you get the router bit depth and find the board center accurately, you're home free. I've started using a dial indicator and caliper.It may seem like an overkill but the extra time upfront allows me to create near perfect joints all day long.

    4-0 out of 5 stars A nice dovetail jig for small projects.
    Without going over all of the other comments I would have to say this this is a nice tool.It does what it says it will.You can put together very nice looking basic dovetails as well as doing some fancy ones.The problem with this thing is that it gets mind numbing messing with that micrometer everytime you move the jig to make a cut.If you do not do it right each time error will start to show in your joints.That said, for a small box with only a few dovetail joints it is not a big deal, but if you are going to do LOTS of big things with many dovetail cuts you might find this gets old very quick.The big plus of this jig is its versatility.It comes with many sizes and patterns of dovetails that you can do in short order. Others have made note of the sharp edges on this jig and I would have to go along with them.It is not a big deal, but a point well taken and something that the Incra people should have taken care of.For the most part I think this is a very nice jig for the person that does small projects in small numbers.If you are going to make large number of big items I would go for the Leigh jig for not too much more money. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Routers   


    16. Incra 1000/18TMiter Gauge
    by Incra
    Tools & Hardware
    -- our price: $109.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000051WSE
    Sales Rank: 3550
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • One-year limited warranty
    • 41 angle stops
    • 22-1/2- and 67-1/2-degree special stops
    • 18-inch track fence
    • Sliding stop positioner

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Everything I expected and more
    I've been using this miter gauage now for almost three months and I simply love it.I'm not sure if poor reviewers received bad items or their expectations are simply too high but this miter gauge is one of the best additions to my shop.The allen bolts for the fence position is not much of a pain as was outlined before.Incra gives you a large screwdriver-handled allen driver to use for the fence positioning which makes it easy as can be.I would worry about the constant vibration and loosening of knobs if Incra used those instead.Once you set the gauge square to your blade, it doesn't move one bit from there.Incra gives plenty of room for miter slot differences as well by choosing to use or not use 6 expandable, pressure washers.On my old table saw, I only had to use the three that were originally on the gauge.When I upgraded to my 22124, the miter gauge was slightly loose.I added two more washers, from all of the extras that Incra includes, and now it is tight as can be.

    Incra really put some solid engineering into this product and you can tell the first time you use it.The long fence alone is a great addition to running stock through my table saw.I've even used this as a tapering jig in a bind.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Can be accurate, but flimsy.
    I bought mine after reading the hundreds of glowing reviews.
    I had to return my first one as the hole the pivot bolt went into was too big and made for a very sloppy fit. Incra support was very good about this.
    This guage is too flimsy for anything approaching the full length of the guage fence.
    I also have the optional super stop.
    Making adjustments to the length and setting the fence near or far to the blade is a pain since you have to use an allen wrench. I replaced my allen bolts with some knobs. This is something Incra should have done.
    The mounting of the fence to the miter is not square to the surface of the table and requires a lot of shimming.
    The only thing really accurate and solid about this guage is the miter cogs. Everything else takes a lot of shimming and setup.
    I now only use this miter gauge for really odd angles and short pieces. The miter guage that came with my Grizzly cabinet saw is just as accurate for 0, 45, and 90 degree cuts and is way more solid.
    I highly recommend the Osborne miter guage over this one since the Osborne is way more solid and is more easily switched for useon the opposite side of the blade.
    Overall I am very dissappointed in this miter guage.
    I would have rated it 3 stars, but for the price.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Finally, some accuracy!
    I just bought one of these for my old Delta-Rockwell table saw.The accuracy for mitered cuts is incredible.At this point, I can only find two faults with it.First, the guage blade is an anodized aluminum extrusion, with channels in it to hold the adjustable stop.The front surface of this blade is so slick that I have a hard time holding the stock stable while feeding it into the saw.This front surface needs to be tactile to keep the stock from slipping.I plan on adding a layer of self-sticking stair tread safety grip.
    The second fault is the two screws which hold the guage blade to the protractor.After setting the miter blade position for 90 degree cuts, the blade position is secured by two allen head screws (wrench is provided).But, to make 45 deg. or other angled cuts, the blade needs to be re-positioned with respect to the saw blade and that requires loosening the screws with the allen wrench - sort of awkward.If these screws were thumb-screw type or maybe some sort of cam lever, changing the miter blade position wouldn't be so tedious. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Gauges    2. Miter Gauges    3. Table Saws    4. (Mitre Gauges)   


    17. Incra WF37 Wonder Fence
    by Incra
    Tools & Hardware
    -- our price: $249.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000639WZ
    Sales Rank: 18309
    Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Also makes a great upgrade to your Incra Jig Ultra or TS-III Table Saw Fence
    • Split fence design allows both fence offset and gap adjustment
    • All critical surfaces machined perfectly flat
    • Attaches to any router or shaper table up to 37" wide with included clamps
    • Includes hi-rise fence cap for vertical panel raising and tall boards

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars High Learning Curve - But Worth It
    After using the Bench Dog fence for a while, I felt an urge for something with a bit more precision.Not that the Bench Dog was a bad fence, but I'm a sucker for accuracy, and the Incra Jig Ultra combined with the Wonder Fence offer solid, repeatable adjustments.After looking everything over at the store I decided to spend the admittedly steep price of admission.

    I'm not sure where the other reviewer's complaint comes from.Out of the box, without the LS extender, the Wonder Fence uses edge clamps, much like the Bench Dog.And it is ever bit as rigid as that fence as well.In the solo configuration the fence offer the kind of micrometer adjustments that one is used to in metal machining hardware.The two sides of the split fence can be adjusted independently, (depth and gap) which turns the average router table into a jointing and shaping station as well.The hi-rise fence cap works perfectly for panel raising and vertical milling as well.

    The real power of this fence becomes apparent when it is used with the Incra Jig Ultra with the LS-positioner.Now you can move the fence in 1/32" increments with 1000th of inch adjustments.This is a spooky level of accuracy in woodwork.

    The biggest drawback is the learning curve.Once you want the Incra set up to do more than be a simple fence, you have to learn how to use it, and everywhere you turn there are things to turn.Incra may have a talent for high-end accuracy, but as manual writers they are only so-so.Expect to put in some learning and experiment time.Then expect to go crazy making exotic joints.

    [Part VI of 'How to Build a Really Expensive Router Table']

    1-0 out of 5 stars Flimsy, won't hold up to feed pressure.
    I returned this fence. Using the words "Heavy Duty" in the description by Incra?... must be a joke. I would give it zero stars and a Mr. Yuck if that were an option. I am a box maker, using fairly small stock, even so, I found this fence to be very inadequate in it's ability to stay in place ("flat, square, and on 1 plane) when feeding stock against the cutter. This is a serious issue, considering Incra touts the extreme accuracy and incremental measuring capability of this fence to the finest degree.(All of which becomes totally useless if the thing won't stay flat or square under pressure.) You can put a 64th incremental measuring tape sticker on anything...doesn't mean it'll be accurate.
    If you need very accurate surfaces, don't waste your time on this fence. If you don't need extreme accuracy, use a jointed 2 x 6 (which , by the way, I have had better results with, than the Incra.) #-(

    Ps: I purchased this and returned it the same week in 2002. Perhaps it has been improved since then. Looks the same to me though.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Flimsy, won't hold up to feed pressure.
    I returned this fence. I would give it zero stars and a Mr. Yuck if that were an option. I am a box maker, using fairly small stock, even so, I found this fence to be very inadequate in it's ability to stay in place when feeding stock against the cutter. This is a serious issue, considering Incra touts the extreme accuracy and incremental measuring capability of this fence to the finest degree.(All of which becomes totally useless if the thing won't stay flat or square under pressure.) You can put a 64th incremental measuring tape sticker on anything...doesn't mean it'll be accurate.
    If you need very accurate surfaces, don't waste your time on this fence. If you don't need extreme accuracy, use a jointed 2 x 6 (which , by the way, I have had better results with, than the Incra.) #-( ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Fences    2. Table Saw Fences    3. (Tablesaws)   


    18. Incra T-RULE18 Precision Marking T-Rule
    by Incra
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $44.95 -- our price: $37.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004TRBY
    Sales Rank: 11475
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Limited one-year warranty
    • Precise, versatile, easy-to-use
    • Micro-fine marking holes and slots
    • Scribe exactly on target with zero uncertainty
    • Set to every scale position

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Terrific marking tool
    Anyway, this is very precise marking tool. I have used it to mark long rip lines, dowel holes, biscuit centers etc.. with precision. The concept is so simple you wonder why nobody had thought of it before Incra did. This is the 18" model, Incra also makes a 6" (which I own as well) and 12" models. The smaller one are less unwieldy to use on smaller work pieces. ! ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Measuring & Layout Tools    2. Marking Tools   


    19. Incra TTRACKPLUS24 24" T-Track Plus
    by Incra
    Tools & Hardware

    Asin: B00005NMUA
    Sales Rank: 19691
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    Features

    • Large T-slot accepts standard 1/4 x 20 hex bolts
    • 24" length
    • Adustable Lexan scale is great for attaching stops, guards, jigs, fixtures, and holddowns
    • Use on your workbench or drill press
    • Predrilled holes for easy mounting

    Subjects:  1. Drill Presses    2. (Drils)   


    20. Incra GSQR5 Guaranteed Square 5"
    by Incra
    Tools & Hardware
    -- our price: $39.89
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000639X1
    Sales Rank: 2324
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Blade angle deviation less than 0.001" along full length of blade
    • One piece blade design cut from solid hardened aluminum
    • Support lip holds the tool on the edge of workpiece for marking and layout
    • Extra thick 1/4" solid alloy blade

    Reviews (2)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great Tool- decent price
    I have owned this square for almost a year now, and I find myself using it more and more with each passing project. It, along with most other Taylor Design Group products, is well thought out and has superb machining. I took this tool to work and put it on a surface plate, and it is indeed accurate inside and outside to within .002 along the length of the blade. The part I truly appreciate is that it is as accurate using the inside 90 degree as it is using the outside 90 degree ( or 270 degree, however you look at it :). I routinely use this square to set up all my stationary equipment. To me a square is all about trust. I use this square to set up a tool, then put it away and let the tool do it's job. I own a Delta Beisemeyer for exactly the same reason.

    The only draw back to this tool is the price. In the end, its just a piece of aluminum, anodized and all shiny, and it probably cost 8 bucks to make. I feel a lower price would be more appropriate, but in this case you certainly get what you pay for.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A square is not always square!
    I once thought that when you bought a square and took it home, it was square.I just got this square today, and I am surprised with its quality and accuracy.I used it to check carpenter's squares, tri-squares, carpenter's speed squares and a precision Starrett branded machinest's square.Each was off up to .010" except the Starrett, which came in a close second this one.Not bad for the Starrett, since it is over 30 years old and has been dropped many times on a concrete floor. The INCRA is better than the Starrett, since the Starrett is rusted and pitted from years of sitting around in the garage shop.

    I know that this is one of the best squares I've ever own and will own.My next purchase will the one with the 45 degree angle. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Measuring & Layout Tools    2. Squares   


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