The Atwood Business Cards encountered a glitch so will not be ready this week. Hopefully we'll get them squared away for next year.
As you can see the dingdongs left off the beginning and the end marks on the ruler scale. I purposely made a ruler scale that was supposed to be centered in the space on this tool. That way if the machine marked it a little to the left or right then it would not matter if it lined up with the end of the ruler or not. I had to trash a few of the rulers earlier this year because they missed a mark.
But, they used the files for the old rulers which do not have the end marks that we specifically created for the ABC. The end marks should be spaced one increment over on either end and they are the same length as the 1 and 2 hashmarks. Same thing on the reverse of the tool which is metric. However, they say that they can run them through again and add the marks so we'll see...this sample is bead blasted but I'm hoping most of them would end up stonewashed. Otherwise, it's a nice tool. :)
From the insert card:
The Atwood Business Card combines 21 wrench functions in a single wallet sized 420 stainless steel card tool. Features include six SAE sizes: ¼, 5/16, 3/8, 7/16, ½, 9/16. Metric sizes include 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 and 16mm in the center set and 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 and 15mm in the righthand set. ¼ and 5/16 nut driver openings and 5/16 bottle opener are included. Two rulers complete the package.