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Offline skids

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Paolini Rule-One-Time Tool-2013 Run
« on: April 19, 2013, 10:47 AM »
Just ordered one of these, they are being run right now for a limited time. You can only order by phone only since they took down the ability to purchase on the web for now. I don't have one of these, but since I have go into more precise work with Festool tools I have been looking for a decent little bench rule. This one looks pretty nifty.

Call and speak with MikeJ if you are interested in one of these. According to him they are ordering the material soon, but are still taking orders by phone.

The one I got was PPR-6150, since it's metric and imperial. Now when I set up my table saw, or 1010 I dont' have to use a sloppy tape measure.


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Re: Paolini Rule-One-Time Tool-2013 Run
« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2013, 11:36 AM »
Yup that is a handy rule I got one the first time around. Especially handy for measuring the height of things. Lots of other stuff too, I just tend to grab it   to measure height from a surface. I went with straight metric.  I have started avoiding most combination imperial/metric scales because I am always finding that the one I want to use is on the wrong edge for what I am trying to measure.


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Re: Paolini Rule-One-Time Tool-2013 Run
« Reply #2 on: April 19, 2013, 02:42 PM »
Yup that is a handy rule I got one the first time around. Especially handy for measuring the height of things. Lots of other stuff too, I just tend to grab it   to measure height from a surface. I went with straight metric.  I have started avoiding most combination imperial/metric scales because I am always finding that the one I want to use is on the wrong edge for what I am trying to measure.


Seth

I am not seeing they are making a straight metric one in the Paolini, unless I missed it. Otherwise I would order two sizes one all metric one all imperial.
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Re: Paolini Rule-One-Time Tool-2013 Run
« Reply #3 on: April 19, 2013, 03:03 PM »
Mine is a 6" metric only. Looks like they are not doing that versions this time. I see that they are now offering new lengths though. 8" and 12". Plus the Bench Rule is back In the original 18" and now 24" and 48".


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Re: Paolini Rule-One-Time Tool-2013 Run
« Reply #4 on: April 19, 2013, 03:05 PM »
Mine is a 6" metric only. Looks like they are not doing that versions this time. I see that they are now offering new lengths though. 8" and 12". Plus the Bench Rule is back In the original 18" and now 24" and 48".


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Got you thinking now see!! Open the wallet!  [wink]

I was looking at the bench rule too before I saw this. I have the 1281 and the carpenters square in WP and they sold me on all their products. Best square I have ever owned.
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