AF6 Stubby Angle Finder

$79.00 USD

The TrigJig AF6 Stubby Angle Finder, part of the MK II range. Ideal for areas with restricted access.

The AF6 MKII Stubby sports three important upgrades on the original. First, the aluminium is now anodised providing increased durability to the tool. Second, the degree graduation scales are laser engraved directly on to the lower arm of the tool for unrivalled precision and longevity. Lastly, the pivot point is now recessed to allow the tool to sit flush against the work surface.

The AF6 MKII Stubby is 100% CNC-milled from aluminum plate in-house and includes 3 recessed display windows offering a high level of precision.

With a 6" arm and a half-sized 'stubby' it easily fits in a pocket or tool belt. The recessed locating arrows are machined for a low profile. Meaning they are down close to the degree marks for accurate reading and so reducing parallax errors. 

The triple display includes the protractor angle, miter angle and single butt joint angle. There is a handy extra scale for acute angles beyond 45 degrees too when used with a pre-cut 45-degree block. Allowing even tighter angles to be cut using your miter saw. 

Scan the QR to use our handy online crown molding calculator* for smart phones too. Simple input the protractor reading and instantly get the calculated angle you need for more complex projects. The AF6 MKII comes backed by lifetime of the tool manufacturer's warranty.

Suitable for roofing, drywall installs, carpentry, finish trimming, metal fabrication, framing, floor laying, marking and laying out, the applications are endless!

  • 6" (152mm) and half-sized measuring arm
  • Fully CNC machined aluminum plate
  • Anodised protective finish
  • Laser engraved scales
  • Protractor display
  • Miter angle display
  • Single Butt joint display
  • 1° increments (>0.2° accuracy)

*Local sales tax may apply in Canada

Standard shipping (5-10 work days)


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*Our tools are all small batch made and the anodising dye a natural product. As such, slight differences in the shade of blue can occur between batches.