- Metal Lock Mechanism: This contour gauge duplicator is upgraded with metal locking mechanism, which is much more durable than others’ plastic lock, and designed for long term use. It can keep the original shape without transformation, helping you duplicate and transfer the shape accurately to anywhere you need.
- Adjustable Tightness: Never worry about too loose or too tight of plastic pins to slide in, especially after being used for several times; with the bonus little allen wrench, you can simply adjust the tightness of plastic pins according to your preferences.
- Premium Quality: Made from heavy duty aluminum core and durable ABS plastic pins, contour gauge profile tool will not scratch the original finish of the shape being duplicated. The 45 degree pin teeth design will also maximum the accuracy of measurement.
- Easy to Use: No matter you are amateur or professional, simply remember three steps: Copy it. Lock it. Trace it. You just press the contour gauge on one of the shapes. Then trace and trim the outline, and cut into shape. VARSK Contour Gauge Duplicator 10×5 inches with Lock can be your lifesaver for DIY project.
- Why You Need Them: With 5+10 inch Contour Gauges by VARSK you can duplicate any shape instantly. They creates an instant template for curved and odd shaped profiles simply and easily, you can use them for flooring, tiling, carpet laying, linoleum installation, ceramic measurement, woodworking project, home improvement, etc. Last but not least, they are also Double-Sided Rulers in both SAE/Metric. ”
Contour Gauge Tool
If you’ve never heard of it before, a contour gauge is a rather ingenious, low-tech tool that could be remarkably useful on your next home restoration or general woodworking project.
The gauge’s frame contains a row of sliding teeth that you press onto the profile of any object — whether it’s pointy, curved, oddly shaped, or otherwise — which you then lock into place, creating a very close copy of that shape for easy tracing and cutting elsewhere. Perfect for laying down flooring in weird spots, tile work, constructing things around pipes, duplicating complex cuts across work pieces, etc.