Found Something New... RIDGID 24 in. Universal Digital Miter Gauge. Anybody own one ?

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Forum topic by David Grimes posted 09-12-2011 07:04 AM 3043 views 1 time favorited 1 reply Add to Favorites Watch
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David Grimes

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09-12-2011 07:04 AM

What intrigues me the most is that it includes a magnetic blade attachment for reading blade tilt angle +/- 0.1 percent.

RIDGID 24 in. Universal Digital Miter Gauge
$89.97 /EA-Each

The RIDGID 24 in. Universal Digital Miter Gauge is designed to help make precise, consistent cuts with powered table saws. This gauge’s miter head is constructed of heavy-duty aluminum, and its T-slot washer can be adjusted to fit several T-slot sizes. It also features a magnetic blade attachment to easily adjust the tilt angle of the blade.

Designed to help you make fine adjustments for highly accurate, repeatable cuts with +- .1% digital accuracy
T-slot washer adjusts for table saws with standard T-slot openings of 7/8 in., 5/8 in. and 3/4 in.
Miter head constructed from heavy-duty machined aluminum
24 in. long miter aluminum fence
Magnetic blade attachment to help adjust blade tilt angle
Zero button calibrates the current position to zero
Precision stop gauge offers repeatable accuracy
Flips out of the way while retaining the stop setting
Backlit display reads right side up, even when used upside down
MFG Brand Name : RIDGID
MFG Model # : DMG9015
MFG Part # : 823723

Do any of you guys have one of these ? Opinions ?

-- If you're going to stir the pot, think BIG spoon or SMALL boat paddle. David Grimes, Georgia

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#1 posted 09-12-2011 02:45 PM

Looks pretty good, especially the price, although I’m not in the market ‘cause I already have an Osborne EB-3.

However, if I were in the market I’d be concerned on what provisions are provided to adjust the miter bar to miter slot slop.

Having said that I still think the Osborne is better as follows:

-- Joe

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