These anodized aluminum guides help keep a saw square to a workpiece.
They are particularly useful when crosscutting tenon shoulders or defining
the edges of a dado, since the guide helps a backsaw track straight and
Held against a workpiece with a hand or secured with clamps (not included),
it provides a registration surface, about 1-1/4" tall, to help maintain
accuracy throughout the cut. The machined reference face has three embedded
1/2" dia. rare-earth magnets and is covered with a strip of low-friction UHMW tape.
The magnets help maintain tool contact with the guide while the tape allows
tools to glide along the reference face.
The bottom of the guide has two high-friction strips to resist slipping
on a surface. It also has a T-slot to accept a pair of 2" capacity clamps
(available separately). These clamps make the guide easy to secure with
accuracy, particularly if you have the use of only one hand.
The guides are available in 8" and 14" lengths. Replacement packages include two high-friction strips and two UHMW strips.
Made in Canada. Patent pending.