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Ulmia Alu-Line 150 mm square from Canadian Distributor Northwest Passage Tools

Ulmia Marking and Measuring Tools

Regular price $103.99 Sale

We stock the following tools from Ulmia:

500-150 Alu-Line Precisions Try Square 150 mm (5.9") with aluminum body and adjustable hardened steel blade with metric graduations.  The inlay in the aluminum body is walnut wood.  Accuracy of ±0.02 mm/0.0008" over their length.

500-250 Alu-Line Precisions Try Square 250 mm (9.8") with aluminum body and adjustable hardened steel blade with metric graduations.  The inlay in the aluminum body is walnut wood.  Accuracy of ±0.02 mm/0.0008" over their length.

500-350 Alu-Line Precisions Try Square 350 mm (13.8") with aluminum body and adjustable hardened steel blade with metric graduations.  The inlay in the aluminum body is walnut wood.  Accuracy of ±0.02 mm/0.0008" over their length.

605 Alu-Line Multi-function Square with aluminum body and steel blade.  The inlay the aluminum body is walnut wood.  Accuracy of ±0.05 mm/0.002" over the 320 mm blade length.  Includes capabilities of Precision Try Square, sliding bevel, 30°/45° miter square, marking gauge, and protractor.  

503 Alu-Line Miter Square with aluminum body and hardened steel blade.  Walnut wood inlay in body and accuracy of ±0.02 mm/0.0008" for 45°/135° angle.

504-330 Alu-Line Precision sliding bevel with aluminum body and 330 mm hardened steel blade.  Walnut wood inlay in body.

0030 Marking gauge multi-tool can function as a marking gauge, compass and 45° miter square.  Hardened steel 320 mm blade with metric graduations and anodized aluminum stops.

277-600 Buck/Frame saw with 600 mm Japanese saw blade.  Saw blade is 32 mm wide and hardened to 70 HRC and cuts on pull stroke - equivalent to 14 TPI.

510 Polygon Angle Gauge is a precision angle gauge for setting the most common polygon angles: 45° for squares and miters, 54° for pentagons, 60° for octagons and 75° for twelve corners.  Angular accuracy of spring steel gauge is ±0.05 mm/0.05°