Have you ever cut trim moulding for what you thought was a perfect 90 degree corner, only to discover a big gap at the miter? Corners are not always square, even when they should be, making it a bit tricky to set the saw angle. Even when the angle is measured correctly, there is often a bit of calculation involved to set the saw.
Just place the two legs on either edge of outside or inside corners, transfer the Angle Fix to your miter saw, then place the saw blade against the alignment tab. The tab is automatically one-half of the angle measured, so you don't need to do any mental gymnastics to set the blade.
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|Product Group||Measuring & Marking|
|Category||Squares, Protractors, Angle Transfer|
|Sub-Category||Angle & Contour Transfer, Protractors|