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A FEW Gauge-it® PRODUCT DEMONSTRATIONS

The Gauge-it® demonstrations below will help you realize just how valuable this tool would be for plumbers, mechanics, carpenters, electricians, roofers, estimators and other tradesmen. From a seasoned professional measuring distance on a blueprint, to a handyman measuring a hinge or the thickness of a piece of glass, to a housewife measuring the diameter a curtain rod, this product is for everyone. It could even be used by school aged children as a classroom or homework aide.


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Using the calipers you can measure objects or areas up to 1.5 inches long in both metric and imperial at the same time. As you will see by clicking on the object on the left, the bolt is 15mm or 5/8" long, both determined by one simple measurement.
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Determine the size of socket required before removing any sockets from the case. Simply use Gauge-it® to measure the head of bolt or nut first, then select the correct socket the first time. Avoid having to figure out which order they go back into the case because you only remove the one required. It's plain to see that a 3/8" or 10mm socket will do just fine for the job on the left.
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Measure an item before you leave your project and know exactly what package you are looking for when you get to your supplier. By looking at the previous two demonstrations and the one on the left in this frame, you could specify a bolt 5/8" long with a 3/8" hex head and a 1/4" thread."
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If the 1.5" caliper spread is not enough, you can flip your Gauge-it® over and use the 3" ruler on the back side. The picture on the left demonstrates the measurement of a 1.5" screw but obviously you could measure hundreds of other items, including distances on a blueprint or map. These map or blueprint distances could then be converted to scale in metric or imperial using one of the handy conversion tables, which will be discussed below.
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Markings on the front side of the Gauge-it® will allow you to quickly measure what gauge sheet metal or copper wire is required to do a job. This comes in very handy when replacing these items with new material. The sample on the left shows the sizing of a piece of 22 gauge sheet metal. Copper wire is measured the same way by using the circular dots.
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Remove the guess work when selecting a Robertson or Philips screw driver. Markings on the front side of the Gauge-it® will allow you to quickly determine which one you need. It's plain to see that a black Robertson is required for the sample screw shown. The same applies to the Philips markings on the other side of your Gauge-it®.
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By viewing the back side of your Gauge-it® and rotating the front disc, metric/imperial conversion charts will appear in the caliper window. Shown on the left is a distance converter. Rotate the front disc some more and you will find a weight converter, a fluid measurement converter and a geometry formula table showing Phi, triangle area, circle area and circle circumference formulas.
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A quick measurement of a slope or angle has never been so easy. Simply hold the Gauge-it® up to the elbow of a joint and take note of where it crosses the angle semi-circle. In the sample provided, the angle of the brown card is 90 degrees but any angle from 0 to 180 degrees can be measured accurately and very quickly.