|Item Weight||7 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 1 x 7 inches|
|Item model number||GC-001|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
STARRICH Combination Square 12-Inch Heavy Duty Professional Inch/Metric Stainless Steel Level & Tool ,Metal-Body Carpenter's Tool
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- 12-inch heavy-duty professional combination square with an etched stainless steel blade and Green vial
- Combination square has stainless steel blade has a matte finish that will never rust or corrode
- Self-aligning draw bolt; hardened scriber; heavy-duty machined square head
- Perfect for 90° and 45° marking; adjustable straight edge & depth gauge
- Professional Inch/Metric Tool can be used as a gauge for transferring measurements
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|Item Dimensions||12 x 1 x 7 inches||0.75 x 5.5 x 16 inches||0.65 x 4.25 x 8.2 inches||0.75 x 5.5 x 12 inches||4.78 x 2.23 x 0.37 inches|
STRUCTURE-This premium square features a 12 Inch blade, a cast iron square/miter head with 45 degree and 90 degree precision ground faces.
FEATURES-The adjustable heads may be locked securely in any position along the precision ground satin chrome finished steel blade. The blade features etched, machine divided graduations in 1/8 Inch and 1/16 Inch on one side and 1/32 Inch and 1/64 Inch on the other. The square/miter head incorporates a spirit level and hardened scriber.
PACKAGE-1 * Combination Square
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If you dont need great accuracy, and just need to get something "pretty close", then this will do just fine. If you are looking for something accurate, go ahead and spend a little more money on something else.
For instance, I just now wanted to position my 4-ft straight edge on a sheet of plywood as a fence to guide my sabre saw to make a 90 degree perpendicular cut at one end. I "locked" the ruler in place as needed to position one end of the straight edge by pushing it gently against the end of the ruler. as the guide was held against the plywood, and a C-clamp was applied to hold the level in place. Then when I went to repeat that step at the other end of the straight edge, the ruler slipped. I've had it. I'm ordering a "real square" with a brass lock bolt and nut It's worth the extra cost to save years more of aggravation.