AngleMaster™ - World’s Smartest Ruler That Helps To Reduce Material Waste

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No More Guesswork.
Easily Replicate Awkward Angles With AngleMaster™

AngleMaster™ is set-up in seconds and can easily replicate awkward angles and shapes for a precise finish. Simply place the tool onto your work area and tighten the screws to lock the desired form. Unique tightening mechanism allows one- handed operation within different materials while fixed structure helps to replicate repetitive work.

The metric and inch scaling on each arm have been laser engraved to withstand the day-to-day wear and tear of the professional on-site condition. All the arms are dual-calibrated in inches and metric measures. You can easily reassemble the arms to suit your scale requirements.

AngleMaster™ is portable and lightweight, folds for easy storage and can be used on-the- go to any job site!


Product specifications:

• Material: Industrial-strength plastic
• Product dimensions: 23.4 x 1.9 x 29.2 cm
• Weight: 50 g


AngleMaster™ Benefits:

• Reduce material waste & cut the cost of the job
• Cut it right first time & get the job done faster
• Save money on building supplies

Managing Waste: 5 Effective Tips To Save Money By Cutting Your Disposal Costs

1. Think about your design

When designing your home or extension, think about what's needed and plan your space based on these needs.

2. Make a waste plan

If you’re building or renovating, work with your designer and builder to plan how you will minimise waste during the project and recycle leftover building materials. This will reduce demand for new materials and lower the volume of waste going to landfill. Up to 90% of critical decisions, including waste minimisation, are made during the design stage so it's important to talk about waste at the beginning of a project.

3. Measure twice, cut once

If you're renovating or building yourself, don't forget this important rule. Inaccurate cutting can lead to a lot of wasted product. AngleMaster™ will help you to avoid mistaken cutting. Use off-cuts where possible.

4. Set goals

Having clear measurable goals gives teams a shared understanding of what they're working to accomplish and how they're progressing. 

5. Select quality materials

Obtaining durable materials and finishes that will last longer will save you money in a long-term perspective. Though some materials might be more expensive, it will be cheaper to initially invest in quality rather than buying new materials for repair after the short time.

Save Even More Money On Building Materials

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