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From WoodWeb Forum

A metal stud finder that works...
Carl Hagstrom 3/19


Last month, there was a thread that discussed strategies for locating metal studs. I seem to recall that it was suggested that a strong magnet was the best tool for the job. For what it's worth, I just came across a kick butt metal stud finder.

If you get the WOODWEB Update, you'll have read about an upcoming contest where we're going to be giving away a pile of Little Wizard hand held metal detectors. One of my first thoughts when I heard about this tool was how it would do locating metal studs.



Let me tell you, it works great (I've included a photo I took of the Wizard in action). I tested it out on a metal studded wall covered by 1/2 inch drywall - no way you can miss finding the stud. At $19.95, it's a real bargain. We'll be announcing details of the upcoming drawing soon, and if you can't wait, you can always visit the Little Wizard Website for more details (link below). The tool also locates hidden metal in boards, and might save that chop saw blade when your reusing existing baseboard or casings, or planing down a door.

Carl Hagstrom webmaster@woodweb.com

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