Great little gadget and deffinately worth buying! I have used mine repeatedly since purchasing it right before starting the ottoman I am building right now and am really pleased with its performance so far; it is already covered in dried glue and pencil marks:-) I have used it for height and distance, router depths, and even to set up some miters...I can't say enough good about this handy tool! Thank you Kreg folks for making my "job" a little easier in the woodworking and construction world as I am sure it will be quite beneficial on my next home imrprovement project as well!
Note the Multi Mark laying on my work surface covered in sawdust!
I just got one and started using it today and it's an instant hit. I'm making cabinets and this tool is gold. I had to clamp a guide to one of my boards. I used the multi tool set to a specific length to find the distance. it makes things easier and more accurate. That's what a good tool should do. I also love using the locked blade to mark the same distance repeatedly. I'll post a slide show once I'm done with these cabinets.
How many different applications are out there for the Multi-Mark? We've thought of a few, but I bet the members here can think of many more. Â How big of a list can we create? Here's some very general applications to get us started:
Setting Trim Reveals:
Setting Blade Height:
Miter Corner Trim Layout:
How funny! I logged on this morning with the single purpose of praising the Multi-Mark. I agree with all you said! Awesome tool!
We've even heard of people using them for sewing! Many applications even beyond woodworking. Would love to see some of the odd applications our community members come up with!
I can't believe you said that; I just thought of two of the things I used it on; making my couch pillows the other day and covering the ottoman; it is handy for all duplicated measurements and sooooo convenient and easy to set!
KregRep said:We've even heard of people using them for sewing! Many applications even beyond woodworking. Would love to see some of the odd applications our community members come up with!