420 Czeck Edge Ruler-Stop

March 22, 20102 Comments

Today’s Try It Tuesday is a look at the Czeck Edge Ruler-Stop currently available at Highland Woodworking. A handy little tool that literally fits in the palm of your hand but still has the ability to do great big things.

The Czeck Edge Ruler-Stop works much like a traditional square, but with one big exception…you’re not stuck with only using one kind of ruler. The vise like action of the Ruler-Stop opens to a maximum width of 1-1/4″ and can accept rulers, shop made story sticks and just about anything that can fit within it’s grasp. And because the sides of the body are ground flat and square to the jaws, it can easily be used much like you would a traditional square to layout lines on your projects.

There’s a lot the Czeck Edge Ruler-Stop can do, but you won’t know until you try it out for yourself. Mine sits in my shop apron pocket so I never have to be without it. But check it out for yourself.

Download Video File

Don’t forget to enter for free Schwag and please support our sponsors by visiting their links here on the website.

Filed in: Tool ReviewsVideos
Tagged with:

Comments (2)

Trackback URL | Comments RSS Feed

  1. Skee says:

    Matt,

    Very creative use of the edge ruler stop to make the arc. You’re always thinking outside the box, and Try it Tuesday is better for it!

Leave a Reply

Back to Top