The Oneway Multi-Gauge is an evolution in the way indicators can be used in the home workshop.

What can the Multi-Gauge be used for?

  • Set roller heights on your planer
  • Square the fences on your machines
  • Check the knife setting on your planer
  • Set the saw blade height and dados on your table saw
  • Check the in-feed height on your jointer
  • Check heights of your jointer blades
  • Accurately measure the height of shaper and router bit settings
  • Measure the diameter of drill bits, dowels and flat stock
  • Set depth of cut
  • Measure groove depths
  • Set rabbet widths
  • Check saw blade run out

Check jointer blade heights
Check jointer in-feed heights
Set blade and dado height on table saws

Set planer roller heights
Square fences
Check planer knife settings

What makes the Multi-Gauge so special?

The indicator has a 1-1/32" travel and is exactly 90 degrees to the base. The frame is 1-1/4" thick and is made from quality cast iron. Three sides are precision machined at 90 degrees.

Unlike setting jointer knives with a straight edge, magnets or a machinist's magnetic base, the ONEWAY Multi-Gauge lets you know exactly were your jointer knives are in relation to your jointer table.

Quickly, Accurately, No Fiddling.

Its flat foot set parallel to the base makes it the one and only tool that really works for precision setting of jointers and other machines around the shop.


Part No. 2289

(no indicator)
Part No. 2087

Package Includes

  • Base
  • Indicator
  • 5/32 Allen Key
  • Flat Foot
  • Round Foot

Tool Review

Instruction Manual

Click here to view/download the Multi-Gauge Instruction Manual in PDF Format.

Customer Feedback

Hello Oneway,

I just purchased a Multi-Gauge and have been useing it now for a couple of weeks on my jointer and planer and fences, and im happy to say that it works great, its nice to know that you can still buy a quality product at a fair price. When I ordered it I couldnt wait to get it, after I opened the box I could tell right away that it was a quality product!


Seth Poorman
Columbia City, Indiana.