Rosewood and Brass Try Square, 6"
This 6" try square has a blued steel blade triple pinned to the handle. A 1/8" thick brass rub plate protects the inside face for accurate readings. Try squares are primarily used to measure the...
- 6" try square
- Blued steel blade
- From Crown Hand Tools Ltd, Sheffield, England
Instructions / MSDS
Good looking but inaccurate
The rosewood stock makes the try square an attractive addition to a woodshop. Unfortunately, this wood readily warps and bends the 1/8" brass protective plate bend with it. The result is not only an out-of-square tool but it rock back and forth on straight edges and flat surfaces. If you need a try square that keeps its accuracy over the years, choose a different brand.
Not Suitable for precision work
The one I received was not true to square. I used it to set up my 6" jointer and it was off by about 1/64" over 3". It went in my junk drawer.
A very good quality product.
it is a high quality and useful measuring device to have in the shop.