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  Insert a pencil into the Quick Angle pencil holder and push up the pin.

  Find the measurement you need, using the ruler in the Quick Angle or your tape measure.

  Center the measurement between the pencil pin and the pin point.

  Lock the knob and draw your circle.

(Remember the measurements are the radius of a circle.)

Find the Center of a Circle

Use Quick Angle to find the center of a Circle Step 1:  Enclose the wings around the circle. In the center bar are two (2) oval holes. One is located in the thumb grip and the other is toward the base of the Quick Angle.




Use Quick Angle to find the center of a Circle Step 2:  Put a mark or dot in these oval holes. With a straight edge or the Quick Angle wing, draw a straight line from one point to the other (this will give you one line through the circle).




Use Quick Angle to find the center of a Circle Step 3:   Move the Quick Angle to a 90 degree angle with the tip of the wings touching the line you just made. Follow step one. This will give you a vertical and a horizontal line. Where the lines meet is the center of the circle.

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Quick Angle, Inc.
36875 Bachelor Flats Drive N
Creston, WA 99117
Email: info@quickangle.com

Phone: (509)630-2418

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