Electronic Digital Readout for Portable Planers

Affordable attachment accurately displays the thickness of the board exiting the planer.Eliminates the need for tape measure or calipers.Measurements in inches or mm.Features absolute measuring mode with memory and incremental mode that re-sets to 0.000" or 0.00 mm. Calibrates in seconds.Fits portable planers from DeWalt, Delta, Ridgid, Ryobi, Craftsman and more.Mounts in minutes.Includes readout, stainless steel scale, graphic scale sticker, sheet metal mounting parts, hardware and manual.Now uses AAA Batteries for operation (not included). Provides up to 2 years of battery life.

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