A try square is a woodworking or a metal working tool used for marking and
measuring a piece of wood. The square refers to the tool's primary use of
This finely crafted tool has been designed primarily for the most discriminating
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Product Description. The Starrett Carpenter's 8" try square has inch graduations,
a stainless steel blade, and a cast aluminum handle for marking and measuring ...
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Try Square. A try square is special purpose square in wood- and metalworking
used to mark or measure material. The name 'try square' comes from the ...
Try square definition, a device for testing the squareness of carpentry work or the
like, or for laying out right angles, consisting of a pair of straightedges fixed at ...
A try square is a wood worker's tool used to either test to see if an edge is
squared or to mark a piece of wood for cutting. The wood is marked all the way
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A carpenter's tool consisting of a ruled metal straightedge set at right angles to a
straight piece, used for measuring and marking square work. American ...
try square. Play try square. an instrument consisting of two pieces set at right
angles, used for testing the accuracy of square work and for marking off right
Mar 7, 2013 ... Every shop needs at least one tool to make sure all of work is perfectly square. In
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