t-bevel used to mark angles
Photo: Mark Weiss
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Lock the T-bevel's sliding blade against any angle, then use the tool to copy that angle onto your work or to set the angle of a saw blade. This T-bevel's blade locks in place with a recessed bronze latch (as opposed to the usual wing nut) so either side can lie flush as you’re marking your layout. About $45, Lee Valley
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