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About TAKE-APART Carpenter’s Framing Square
The TAKE-APART Carpenter’s Framing Square is everything a builder needs to get the work done quickly, efficiently, and accurately. It is a full-sized 16″x24″ carpentry tool when assembled, and one-quarter inch thick throughout. It is easy to assemble and disassemble. The long blade is the standard two inches wide, and the short one is the standard inch and a half wide. The two blades are connected by an aluminum one-foot rule that is dovetailed on leading edges to accommodate the dovetail grooves. Overall it is 3/32″ thick, and slightly under an inch wide.
Why Choose The TAKE-APART Carpenter’s Framing Square?
Our comprehensive product features easy-to-read measurement scales. Marking angles with accuracy has never been so easy with our framing square! This TAKE-APART Carpenter’s Framing Square is a must-have for any carpenter or builder – it is handy for framing, layout, rafter and stair work, finding and establishing right angles, marking cut-off work, and more. Whatever the job is, we can take you there!
When to Use a Framing Square?
The increments of measuring include graduations in 16ths, 12ths, 10ths, 8ths, 4ths, 1/2s, 1” as well as octagon scales, rafter tables, brace tables, and board foot tables, making it useful for any number of different jobs.
The TAKE-APART Carpenter’s Framing Square has two patents, and several other promising features are on the way.
The TAKE-APART Carpenter’s framing square was invented & manufactured in the USA. It is designed to be shipped in any crate or toolbox and still be a standard size.
The square is smooth on both sides, and easy to slide around on surfaces.
This is a tool all mechanics, carpenters, and builders need to carry.
The TAKE-APART Carpenter’s Framing Square is open to licensing, marketing, and manufacturing.
How to Read a Framing Square?
The short section is called the short blade, and it is a standard one inch and a half wide.
The long blade is the standard two inches wide.
Place it on a table with the short section pointing right. You are looking at the face of it.
The corner of the framing square is called the heel.
On the face side, the short blade reads the sixteen square scale. The long blade reads the rafter tables.