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BlingGlow Aluminum Alloy Scale Metric Measure Scribing Ruler Woo

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BlingGlow Aluminum Alloy Scale Metric Measure Scribing Ruler Woo

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Product description

Features:
1. The ruler body is composed of a T-shaped ruler and a stopper. The stopper and T-shaped ruler are made of aluminum alloy. The surface is black sanded and anodized, wear-resistant, rust-proof, and comfortable to the touch.
2. The limiter is marked with a scale, with a resolution of 0.05mm, which makes the reading more accurate;
3. T-angle square design, can measure 45 degrees, 90 degrees, 135 degrees, and draw lines
4. With a magnet on the back, it is convenient for you to work in special scenes and play a fixed role;
5. The measuring range of the T-type head is 0-100mm, the measuring range of the main scale is 0-210mm, and the upper and lower rows of scales are convenient for measuring width and depth.

Specification:
Type: Woodworking Marking Tool
Material: Aluminum Alloy
Measurement accuracy: 0.05mm
Color: Black
Size: 232*100mm/9.13*3.93inch
Package includes:
1 Pc x Scribing Ruler

BlingGlow Aluminum Alloy Scale Metric Measure Scribing Ruler Woo

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