5 Quick Measuring Hacks – Woodworking Tips and Tricks

In this video clip we assess 5 Quick Measuring Hacks with framing squares, leaders as well as a tape measure.
One point that is consistent in woodworking – there is GREAT DEAL OF measuring as well as collaborating with numbers and also woodworkers have designed several ways to quickly do points that doesn't entail sitting down with a calculator or attempting to exercise some complex mathematics to get accuracy.

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5 Quick Measuring Hacks - Woodworking Tips and Tricks

In this video we review 5 Quick Measuring Hacks with framing squares, rulers and a tape measure.
One thing that is constant in woodworking - there is LOTS of measuring and working with numbers and woodworkers have devised many different ways to quickly do things that doesn't involve sitting down with a calculator or trying to work out some complicated math to get accuracy.

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  1. Great video very informative many thanks for sharing

    1. You’re welcome! Thanks for watching.

  2. Cool tips. Thanks for the video.

    1. Thanks for watching Felix!

  3. Very helpful, thanks for taking your time

    1. You’re Welcome. Thanks for taking the time to watch!

  4. 1:49 = genius! Can’t believe I never thought of that!

    1. Thank You!

    2. Been of the planet for the last few 1000 years?

  5. Super helpful love the dividing of the board tip

    1. I’m glad that helps!

  6. Great stuff as usual Colin

    1. Thanks Kevin!

  7. Thanks for more great tips Colin. I know I’m going to refer back to these videos many times!

    1. You’re welcome. Thanks for watching!

  8. Thanks for another wonderful tips and tricks!

    1. You’re welcome Edgar!

  9. Dividing the board – brilliant thank you Colin.

    1. You’re welcome Bob!

  10. It is very interesting to hear that those cheap engineering squares/triangles are more accurate than the construction square which is probably more expensive (I do not have one, never saw them over here). Thanks for sharing those tips they are very handy.

    1. Thanks for watching Hans!

  11. Yes, please!  More measuring tips and tricks.

  12. That diagonal method to find Center or to divide a board blew my mind. I would have never thought of that. You’re very smart! You always have great tips thank you

    1. I second that. So useful and simple!

    2. i 3rd that great tip

    3. It has been known by all woodworkers and carpenters since before Christ was a carpenter.

    4. MrBonners – Given the reaction by many in the comments, obviously not all.

  13. Love the tip on finding a center of a circle!

  14. great tips, it’s called a speed square btw!

  15. Your ” construction squares” as you say are called speed squares. Because the are very fast. Also the metal ones are better.

  16. Awwwwwww…poor right-hander, tape-measure numbers are upside down. I’ve been forced to make due with right-hand made products all my left-handed life. Quit whining!

  17. There is no tool called a construction triangle. It’s a speed square

  18. I enjoyed your video. It was very helpful. Thank you!

  19. Some really good tips! Here is one for you, that thing you called a triangle is actually called a speed square.

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