Cutting pieces accurately while building your projects is an essential skill to master.
Unfortunately, I have yet to truly master the task. But, hey, a fire on a chilly December night isn’t the worst thing to happen.
When woodworkers want – and need – accuracy when measuring, they turn to some tried and true methods. Some involve a hand-held linear device that provides a visual readout comparing the depth of snow to a universally understood unit of measurement. You know, a ruler. Others involve marking the length directly from the project.
So, this week, when you need an accurate measurement, how do you get it?