This tool should be in every
woodworkers' shop. Works as
a precision marking gauge, a
freestanding depth-of-cut gauge,
a fence alignment gauge and a center finder. Uses genuine INCRA racks for INCRA precision. Next to our rules,
you will find the Incra Gauge to be
your most indispensable layout tool
in no time at all!
Utilizing our patented rack precision,
this easy to use gauge will offer
dozens of uses in your projects.
Precision Marking Gauge
INCRA Gauge can be used in place of a ruler or adjustable square to quickly and
accurately mark out reference
To set the gauge, loosen the clamping nut and move the top half of the gauge to the distance that you want to measure (as indicated by the scale on the bottom half
of the gauge that reads 'EDGE DISTANCE'.) Butt the lip of the bottom half against the edge of the board and make your mark
along the end of the top half.
Depth Cut of Gauge
INCRA Gauge also
works as a free-standing depth of cut gauge for setting the blade or bit height on the table saw or router table. Set the top half of the gauge to the desired measurement (as indicated by the scale on the bottom half of the gauge that reads 'HEIGHT'.) Tighten the clamping nut and use either end of the gauge to set the height of your cutter.
Fence Alignment Gauge
For use on the table saw, router table, band saw or drill press. In order to set the distance to the inside edge of the blade, INCRA Gauge uses an indexing lip that is EXACTLY 1/8" thick. This means that you always set the gauge to a reading that is 1/8" less than the desired blade to fence distance. To do this, first set the gauge to the actual distance that you want (using the 'EDGE DISTANCE' end) and then back it off 1/8".
INCRA Gauge can be used to accurately mark the center of the edge of any board up to 2" thick. Simply hold the gauge as shown in the drawing and place the tip of your pencil or scribe at the point of the V-shaped groove.
The INCRA Gauge is designed for multiple marking needs. Works as a precision marking gauge, a freestanding depth-of-cut gauge, a fence alignment gauge and a center finder.