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What’s cool about the Quick-Measure angle divisor is that when you use it to copy an angle, you get the complimentary angle as well, without the extra math.  Although it’s not mentioned in any of the descriptions for this tool, doesn’t this design also bisect the angle automatically so you can cut matching trim pieces?

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The corrosion-resistant 15″ tool is made from heavy-gauge aircraft aluminum with stainless steel rivets and position lock.

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We’re not sure if Pro Tools is a manufacturer or a tool importer — we can’t find any information on the company because it’s such a common name — but you can purchase the Quick-Measure angle divisor for about $12.

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7 Responses to The Quick-Measure Angle Divisor

  1. Jerry says:

    Pretty simple design – it sure looks like you could use it to do those matching trim pieces. In fact, I would think they should promote that as the main feature. I have to have one of these!

  2. CJD says:

    I have a quick angle and it does everything i need. It would be nice if it was’nt made out of plastic.

    http://www.quickangle.com/

  3. fred says:

    General Tools used to (sadly not for many years) make a really solid angle divider – but here is a Swedish version that adds functionalilty:

    http://www.thebestthings.com/newtools/nobex_multifix.htm

  4. David Bryan says:

    Isn’t bisecting an angle what an angle divisor does? That complementary angle math doesn’t exactly make your head explode.

  5. Benjamen Johnson says:

    @David Bryan:

    Isn’t bisecting an angle what an angle divisor does?

    Well that’s what I thought too, but why don’t they list that as one of the features of this tool?

    That complementary angle math doesn’t exactly make your head explode.

    Yeah, but if you use gauges and story sticks rather than rulers and math you’re less likely to make mistakes.

  6. Smithy says:

    How do you measure an internal angle with the angle divisor

  7. Dave says:

    where can I find an instructing manual

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