March 12, 2007

Starrett ProSite Miter Saw Protractor

Starrett_protractor.jpgStarrett has recently released a Miter Saw Protractor to ease the pain of perfect miter cuts. Using the tool is just a matter of placing the protractor on the angle you’re dealing with and then setting the saw to the angle that the protractor reads. That’s it. No more shaving off sliver after sliver till you get it right. The 12” protractor is made of aluminum and is also available in a smaller 7" model.

This looks like a great time-saving tool for anyone, but particularly if you do a lot of renovations on old houses and can't remember the last time you came across anything that was level, plumb, or square.

Starrett has a video of the Miter Saw Protractor in action.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at March 12, 2007 10:28 AM

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