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A single tool that performs a wide range of layout jobs
Slides and pivots to conveniently layout angles with precision
Fixed detents for common angles, or lock at any position
Laser cut and engraved for excellent visibility and accuracy.
Available in Imperial and Metric versions.
Provided with a custom fitted protective MDF case and and made by Woodpeckers to the highest quality in the USA.
The TruSquare's unigue design make it the go-to tool for layout jobs. This tool can really do it all.
A precision stainless triangle that slides and pivots on a 12" T-Track provide the functions of the following tools and more:
Five Engraved 1:1 Scales. The TruSquare T-track has three engraved scales. The triangle also has two engraved scales 7" long on the equal length legs. On these scales, zero aligns with the inside edge of the track.
An Engraved 1:2 Scale. This scale is on the bottom of the triangle. It allows you to easily set the tool to divide any measurement under 7¾" in half by aligning the 1:1 (normal) scale on the T-track with the 1:2 scale on the bottom of triangle. These two scales in combination will quickly find the center of a board. This technique can also be used to centre parts during assembly work.
Angle Layout. The stainless-steel triangle has two different angle references. The precision laser engraved degree scale on the long edge provides extended reference to the interior angle scale. The interior degree scale features scalloped detents that lock-in place in 2½° increments, including the most often used settings like 15°, 22.5°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 67.5° and 75°. You may also lock any angle anywhere between 0° and 90° with the pointer and lock.
Marking Convenience. The triangle also has small, precision cut diamond shapes at every inch along both short legs. These cutouts assist in marking precise, repeatable pencil lines.
Depth Gauge and Machine Setup. Use the TruSquare to check the depth of mortises, dados, and grooves. Drop the T-track into the joint and lock it. Now take your TruSquare measurement to your table saw or router table to set the blade or bit height. Your setup will be spot-on every time.