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Any woodworker will tell you that accuracy begins with measuring and marking. Without it, you’ll never have the quality you demand in your projects. The long nosed marker has a 1-1/8” long tip and a fine tip for exact placement. You can easily get into corners and up tight against the marking edge for cut lines. Its great for tracing patterns and getting inside holes to mark for screw placement. And the opposite end of the marker has a wide tip for marking that needs to be highly visible from a distance. In other words, you have the best of both worlds in one tool! Made in China.
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I have been waiting a long time for this
By Metal Man Ted
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Comments about Long Nosed Marker:
Long nose / thin line. This is good for me on sheet matalwork.Cutting accurately,and bending. If you have done nice sheet metal work or a machine shop you know how important it is to get a really good well defined and accurate line.The quality of this line with this tool offers the difference between ho hum,and or great quality work.Metal Man Ted
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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works as described
from Old Fort, North Carolina
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
I had never seen anything like it on the market before. I ordered one to experience firsthand how it worked. I liked it so much I immediately ordered two more. The only shortcoming I have found in two weeks of using the first one I ordered, is that the marker does not have a clip to be able to put it in a shirt pocket or shop apron pocket. It is too long to place horizontally at the bottom of either. In addition to a pocket clip, the only other suggestion I could make to improve the product would be to have the fine point tip retractable, so in those situations where you only have one hand available, because you are holding a project with the other hand, not to have to bite off the cap to make a mark.
Good for seeing the marks
from Baythe, Ga
finally a purpose built marker
from santa maria,ca.
i have waited for years for an easy way to mark holes in thick objects ,wooden towel racks for one,and here it is.
from Denver, CO
About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer
These work great and there is nothing on the market like it.