TROY, Mich. — BORA®, a product division of Affinity Tool Works, introduces the Angle Master™ miter duplicator tool. The Angle Master takes the guesswork out of complex miter cuts by providing a precise measurement tool for both inside and outside angles, and allows difficult projects such as crown molding to be completed with ease and accuracy. Simply measure the angle, divide the tool and transfer to a miter saw, band saw or table saw for a perfect cut on even the most complex angles. The Angle Master is ideal for a variety of finish carpentry applications, home remodeling, deck building and do-it-yourself projects.
Designed to be more user-friendly and accurate than traditional miter methods, even the most challenging projects become simple with the Angle Master. The tool eliminates complex angle calculations and ensures exact cuts that match up perfectly, each and every time. Upon measuring and securing an angle, the tool easily separates to transfer exactly half of the angle to a saw for precision cutting. This offers all users, from the amateur do-it-yourselfer to professional contractors, the ability to measure and cut with complete accuracy.
Featuring an easy-to-read graduated scale with twist-locking knob, users are able to verify and secure an exact measurement. Unlike typical measurement tools that can slip, causing inaccuracies and mistakes, the Angle Master’s locking knob eliminates slipping and ensures accurate angles, even to a fraction of a degree.
Built from heavy-duty materials including steel, aluminum and polyethylene, the Angle Master is high quality and durable enough to last on any worksite. It is the latest offering in an ever-expanding line of specialty tools from BORA and backed by the company’s lifetime warranty.
BORA® professional tools are manufactured and marketed by Affinity Tool Works, LLC. For more information, contact Affinity Tool Works, 1161 Rankin Drive, Troy, MI 48083, call 248-588-0395, toll-free 866-588-0395, fax 248-588-0623, e-mail email@example.com/blog, or visit the website at www.boratool.com or www.affinitytool.randwebsitedesign.com/blog.