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Woodpeckers Woodworking Rules are straighter, heavier, sit flatter, and are easier to handle than any others on the market. Add to that an engraving tolerance of ±.004" total accumulated error and we’re talking about the finest rules you can put in your workshop.
Each Woodworking Rule is machined from aircraft-grade aluminum and anodized for surface protection and appearance. Both edges of the rule are beveled 30° to reduce parallax error. The bright white laser-engraved scales have great contrast against the red anodized surface. Finger grooves are machined into the middle of the body to help position the rule. On the backside, there’s a relieved section in the middle to keep the edges lying perfectly flat on your work.
WOODWORKING RULERS and Rules
We have several different graduation layouts to meet your specific needs. Our most popular version has a left-to-right reading scale on one side and a centering scale on the other. The center scale is just the ticket for jobs like locating drawer handles. The “0” mark is at the exact center of the rule, with graduations running in both directions from that point. Another popular option is our rule that reads from left-to-right on one side and right-to-left on the other. The right-to-left side is perfect for setting the rip fence on your table saw.
Our inch-graduated Woodworking Rules come in five sizes (6", 12", 24", 36" & 49-1/2"). We have metric graduated Woodworking Rules in four sizes (300mm, 600mm, 900mm & 1200mm). There are also two optional stops, one to always locate the end of the rule at the edge of your board and another than can adjust anywhere along the blade. Rules are 2-1/4" wide.
Like all Woodpeckers tools, the Woodworking Rules are precisely made and carefully inspected in our Strongsville, Ohio, manufacturing facility (on the south side of the Cleveland metro area).
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WOODWORKING RULES - FAQ
Q: Do your rule stops work on the Straight Edges (SERXL-24 and SERXL-36)?
A: No, due to the design of the rule stop, it will not fit properly and in fact may damage the straight edge if used.
Q: Do you make your rules in metric as well?
A: Yes, some of our rules come in metric as well as imperial or a combination of both.