If you've followed my recent Angle Madness! project build, you know there are a lot of goofy angles compounding around the cabinet. I wanted to use a measuring device that's highly accurate for setting angles so any mistake was going to be how I lined up the cut at the end. The Angle Master Pro (AMPv2) from Bridge City was just the device I needed.
Truthfully, I thought of this Angle Madness! cabinet over a year ago, but just as I was considering starting it, Bridge City announced the AMPv2. I put the project on hold (I have plenty to choose from :) and waited to get it.
This review discusses the parts, how to use it, the optional accessories, and lastly (so you can run if you want to...) the math behind the AMPv2.
Sadly, it isn't inexpensive, but the more I get into angles for projects, the more this device will find itself among the required tools to pull off a project without undue sanding, filling, and creative vocabulary.
The video makes a reference to the second episode of the Angle Madness! project. You can get there from here.
In passing, I noticed that by morning, this lil' blog will have hit a half million views. That's fantastic! Thanks for reading; it's appreciated...