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Layout Squares & T-Squares

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Layout squares and T-squares gauge straight lines and angles to assist with positioning, marking, and cutting workpieces and materials. Their scale allows taking measurements and making markings of the desired length.

Rafter Squares

Rafter Squares
Rafter squares measure and lay out straight, 45° angled, and 90° angled lines. Also known as speed squares, their flanged edge sits against a workpiece edge to check whether materials are square and to anchor the tool when marking lines. The flanged edge also provides a pivot point to measure and mark a range of angles. Their diagonal leg assists with marking rafter, trim, and stair angles. They are also used with plumb bobs when finding pitch on roof rafters and marking level lines along a plumb line.

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Adjustable Rafter Squares

Adjustable Rafter Squares
Adjustable rafter squares move their arm along a hinge and lock it into place to measure and mark any angle. They provide greater precision and versatility than standard rafter squares. Their integrated bubble vials allow leveling in three planes. These pivot squares determine roof pitches, measure grade, and assist with making miter, level, and plumb cuts.

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Framing Squares

Framing Squares
Framing squares set their two legs at a right angle for measuring and marking angles as well as vertical and horizontal lines. Also known as steel squares, they set up framing, guide cuts for stair stringers, lay out rafters, and more.

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Drywall Squares

Drywall Squares
Drywall squares provide a measuring stick and straight edge for scoring drywall, plasterboard, and other materials. Also known as drywall T-squares, their crossbar head holds them in place along the edge of material while making the cut. These squares are generally larger and more resistant to rough use than drafting T-squares.

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T-Squares

T-Squares
T-squares have a graduated blade with a crossbar head that holds them in place along the edge of a drafting table or other surface when making horizontal lines to a specific length in technical drawings. Pairing these drafting T-squares with a set square allows drawing vertical and diagonal lines, and their blade also serves as a straight edge for guiding cuts.

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Try Squares

Try Squares
Try squares assist with checking work for squareness, marking internal and external right angles, and laying out perpendicular lines. Their handle holds them in place along workpiece edges, and their fixed blade sits at a 90° angle to the handle to guide measurements, markings, and cuts. Also known as tri squares, they are commonly used for aligning framing, building staircases, and setting up tools and machinery.

Aluminum Blade

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Stainless Steel Blade

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Sliding T-Bevels

Sliding T-Bevels
Sliding T-bevels lay out a range of angles and copy angles to transfer them from one workpiece to another. Their blade slides and pivots along the handle, then locks in place with a thumbscrew to set an angle. They are commonly used in woodworking and carpentry to mark angles for making miter cuts, especially those with angles less than 90°.

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Square Accessories

Square Accessories
These accessories adapt layout and T-squares for specific tasks.
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