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Posted on The most accurate square I have.

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#1 posted 01-21-2019 06:55 PM

It’s a fast way to lay out accurate lines or marks, and parallel lines are a snap. Especially lines parallel to an edge. Because it uses a protractor head, combined with the reference square, I never have to worry about it being out of square and multiple angles are a cinch. In other words stick a pencil or scribe into a hole and away you go. And, works great as a try-square. Cheap solution for me, I had all of the parts just bought a couple of fresh drill bits (5/64th & 7/64th). Started with a center set and used a larger bit to take the burrs off the hole edges.

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