Engineers Squares

An engineer’s square, also known as a Machinist square, is a handheld marking and checking tool used to assess angles and mark straight lines. Made up of two straight pieces (stock & blade) which work together to create a right angle at exactly 90°. The two pieces of the engineer square intercept at the end creating a precision L shaped tool, these two pieces can vary in length for both small and large working environments. The purpose of an engineering square is to check that the angles are correct with whatever project or piece of work you are working on and to mark lines with the angles to make sure everything is correct and inline.

What are Engineers Squares made of?
Made from a variety of materials, engineer’s squares are most commonly made of metal, more specifically hardened or tool steel. An engineer’s square is made totally of metal, both the stock and blade are made of steel to ensure that the tool remains accurate over time as well as having added durability in a working environment.

Where can I use an Engineering square?
Squares are often used for metalworking tasks as well as DIY and woodworking such as:-
• Sheet metal fabrication
• Blacksmithing
• Carpentry
• Roofing
• General DIY and crafting work

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Description Price Blade Length Blade Thickness Blade Width Stock Length Stock Thickness Stock Width Number of Units
RS Stock No. 665-8289
Mfr. Part No.2-46-500
BrandStanley
MYR40.50
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