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Marking gauges traditionally use a hardened point or an easy-to-lose graphite point to scratch a layout line, but this marking gauge from Gladstone tools instead uses a regular hexagon-shaped pencil to draw lines as far as 8″ away from the edge of your work.

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We’ve covered jigs for drilling perpendicular holes without a drill press here, here, and here.  Though it may not be as versatile, Gladstone’s simple and elegant solution requires no assembly, and there are no parts to lose.

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