How to Read a Framing Square?


A framing square has two arms. One is a 24 inch arm called the 'blade,' and the other is a shorter arm called the tongue. The square has a board foot scale, a diagonal scale, and an octagonal scale. For more information look here: Reading and Using a Framing Square;
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