[200q20v] DIY Alignment, tools and procedures

Kneale Brownson knotnook at traverse.com
Wed Jun 6 10:27:06 EDT 2001

You probably also want to calibrate your carpenter square, Bernie.  One way 
is to use the edge of your bench and mark a line on the top for the arm 
that goes across the bench, then flip the square to see if the same arm 
lines up exactly with the mark.  Carpenter squares are famous for going out 
of square because they get dropped/bumped a bunch, so you usually can get 
them back into square with mild bumping.  Otherwise, go get 
another.  They're usually even cheaper than levels.

At 10:54 PM 06/05/2001 -0800, Bernie Benz wrote:

>Calibrate your level.

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