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Starrett 505A Pro-Site Rapporteur Aluminium 17,8 cm
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- Axe très résistant et stable composé d'une seule pièce permettant sa précision
- Finition chromée satinée avec faces en carbure, butée avec cliquet et contre-écrou moleté
- Graduation : 0,01 mm
- Diamètre de l'enclume : 6,35 mm
- Précis, robuste et facile à utiliser
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|EAN||0049659116779 , 5915903797405 , 6593856851482 , 0094704908090 , 5448095870934 , 0885240285277|
|Poids du Produit||100 grams|
|UPC||885240285277 , 094704908090 , 049659116779|
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Takes error-prone calculations out of miter cuts;Upside down or backwards, the reading is always correct;Scale shows angle for a miter joint and single cut;Saves time and reduces waste;Ideal for carpenters, plumbers and all building trades;7-Inch miter saw protractor with two scales-red -Inchmiter cut-Inch scale and black -Inchsingle cut-Inch scale;Allows direct transfer of the work angle to the miter saw in 3 steps with no calculations;Features durable 1/4-Inch thick aluminum alloy and reflon O-ring for smooth, precise operation;12-Inch version also available to cover;7-Inch long; 1-1/2-Pound; 1-year warranty
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For an overview of operation, I recommend that you check out the video for the related product Starrett 505P-7 Miter Saw Protractor on Amazon. Why the P-7 has a Starrett-made video, and the A-7 doesn't, is a mystery to me, as they are functionally identical - but the P-7 is plastic ($21.13) while the A-7 is aluminum ($51.99). I have owned both. For commercial use, the A-7 is justified, but for occasional home use, the P-7 should be fine. My P-7 was more accurate than the A-7 - see below.
For more complete textual description of the A-7, look to Amazon's entry for the larger, Starrett aluminum 505A-12 12-Inch Miter Saw Protractor - the big brother to the A-7. Between the video for the P-7 and the more complete explanation for the A-12, you'll be able to figure out how these protractors might work for you. Both are more complete information than you'll find on the Starrett website. Starrett's tools are wonderful, their website not-so-much.
Starrett has a fantastic reputation that is well deserved. I have several of their products - I-beam spirit levels, milled combination squares, etc. But my A-7 protractor is between 1/3 and 1/2 degree off - close enough for government work, but not up to typical Starrett standards. I could have returned it, but needed it for a project, so I kept it. In my applications, it's close enough. I mention this because if you read the reviews you'll notice that Starrett occasionally has problems with the accuracy of their stenciling. My hunch is that stenciling the markings on the aluminum seems to have too many alignment challenges. A few reviewers have noted that Starrett replaced their A-7s without hassle when this problem was brought to their attention.
This is a great product with this caveat.
This protractor is a solid tool, accurate, and a pleasure to use. I use it for setting table saw fence and miter gauge alignment, and I check the lineup of my Festool MFT track, and any angle that needs stetting I always check for square and with this Starrett 4041-12 it is a snap. I keep it within reach and always verify my setups. There nothing better than knowing that you are dead on every time.
I have other devices that serve the same function, even digital ones but tins is the one sitting right where I am working, always, and I trust it implicitly it does not let me make mistakes. I think one reason that I choose this is that it just feels right in your hands the movement is firm and smooth and you know you can trust it.
Although the movement is quite firm and retains it's setting well, it can be prone to accidental movement as there is no physical lock so you need be careful if you are taking the measurement to another place, this is not a problem as it holds the setting as long as you don't somehow bump the protractor and move the setting. I don't even worry about that as there is nothing wrong with working carefully, in fact that is a plus you ought to be paying attention to the job at hand.
I am most satisfied with this item and highly recommend it to anyone who wants to get serious when dong setups in the shop. Don't accept some crappy plastic substitute, ignore the price, pay the man and be happy knowing you will know the angles for years to come.
But it does exactly what it advertises for cuts, and does it very well. Just beware if you are looking for a simple angle measuring protractor that give absolute values of a wall angle (which is needed frequently for tables or apps that solve for crown molding cuts - where you enter the spring angle of the crown and the absolute wall angle and it gives the miter and bevel settings for your miter saw to cut crown molding)
If you really need accurate angle and miter info, better to step up and buy Starrett CP505E-12, 12" Aluminum Electronic Combination Protractor. IMO this is the best digital angle tool on the market, better than Bosch DWM40L (a very good tool which I also own), primarily because you can lock the blade at the angle you've just measured, and also because of its useful miter calculation and spring angle modes.