|KEY WORD : architecture / tools|
| A double-line
marking gauge with an iron handle bent into an L-shape where the marking
blade is attached. The iron handle is fitted into a wooden guide, jougidai
定規台, with an indented section that can be slid and fixed to the required
position. The metal handle is secured with a hand-turned screw attached
to the guide. A guide known as nimai kebiki 二枚毛引, also has two blades,
fixed above and below the arm, and can therefore mark two parallel lines
at the same time.
|*kebiki 毛引, *sujikebiki 筋毛引, *warikebiki 割毛引|
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