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  1. Precision Triangle
    For decades, craftsmen have used squares to layout projects on flat work pieces. Another handy layout tool, but often overlooked, is a triangle. It simultaneously serves as a square and a 45, all in one. A pocket or apron sized triangle is just the tool for squaring from the inside of boxes and drawers during assembly. Triangles are also great tools for quickly drawing perpendicular lines from an inside reference edge. Learn More
  2. WOODPECKERS HEAVY DUTY .9MM MECHANICAL PENCIL
    This new larger version of our .9mm mechanical pencil measures .425” in diameter compared to .325” of our original version. This Heavy Duty model also features 10 flats along the length. When you combine the larger diameter and the flats, the result is the easiest to grip Woodpeckers Mechanical Pencil yet! This is a very high quality, American made mechanical pencil. Learn More
  3. Starrett Combination Squares
    For more than 130 years, Starrett’s combination squares have been made in their Athol, MA factory. The Starrett Combination Square features a reversible lock bolt, scriber, and hardened steel, photo-engraved blade. The square head is cast iron and has a black wrinkle finish. Learn More
  4. Starrett Double Squares

    Starrett Inch Reading Double Squares

    Designed for tool and diemakers, but just as useful in the wood shop, these precision steel double squares have adjustable blades making them practical for a wide variety of uses. The faces of the head are ground square.

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