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    Default whats the best way to find angles

    looking for an easier way in finding angle s i hav an angle finder but havent a clue how to use it lol any help would be very helpfull

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    Default Re: whats the best way to find angles

    If it is the Rubi one for tiling, look on the RUbi website, I believe there are instructions or even a video on there!

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    Default Re: whats the best way to find angles

    grumpy you legend yeh it is rubi

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    Default Re: whats the best way to find angles

    cannot find any info on the rubi site aboout the angle finder do you know any related links ect ect

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    Default Re: whats the best way to find angles

    Angle Finder.?. I must live in the dark ages!! I guessed such things probably existed but i have never used one. when i need to mark a tricky angle i end up making intresting yet innovative use of completely inaproprate tools LOL. or worse....(im gonna get shot down for admitting this), but i judge by it eye.

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    Default Re: whats the best way to find angles

    try this link scroll to bottom of the page
    http://www.tradetiler.com/acatalog/t...e_marking.html

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    Default Re: whats the best way to find angles

    hi i followed theyompers link and had a look at it. its not what i imagined at all, to be honest i coluldn't see my self using one, if i did buy one sure as eggs, soon as i need to use it i will remember that it is in the deepst darkest creavice of the van, and decide just to mark the tile in my usual way.

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    Default Re: whats the best way to find angles

    jesus christ anglefinders?????????? has the tiling trade gone mad wots the matter with good old fashioned reverse marking?

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