TS-1.5v2 Try Square

TS-1.5v2 Try Square
The blade is hardened stainless steel so that you can use a marking knife without concern of damaging your blade. It is accurate to .002” on the outside and inside edges. The blade is passivated to improve resistance to corrosion; glass bead-blasted to give it a non-glare matte finish and you can mark it with a pencil and easily wipe it clean. There are no scales making it great for transferring the pencil marks from one piece to another as needed. The blade also has an 8:1 dovetail cutout for quick convenient dovetail layouts. It is also slightly rounded on each of the corners to avoid deformation should you drop it. The ergonomic handle is made of two anodized aircraft grade aluminum mirror-image pieces which provide a secure foundation to hold the blade. Its design provides a “positive grip” so that it can be used in many orientations with less chance of dropping it. The orange anodized aluminum trim piece not only adds to the beauty of the square but also is functional in that it allows for the disassembly of the square if needed. Also, the rattle is intentional to add to the uniqueness of this try square. The TS-1.5v2 will become one of your ‘forever’ squares. With its stainless steel and anodized aluminum parts, a blade which can be re-squared, an overall beautiful design, and a with little care on your part, you will never need to replace it.

Note: The Try Square has been designed by John Economaki with an orange insert in the handle which is loose-fitting and allows the tool to be taken apart, should it need to be re-squared. It also permits a secure grip when squaring stock. The orange insert does not affect the functionality of the tool.

Overall length: 3-7/8” (97.7mm)
Height: 6-1/2”
Width: 1-3/16” (30.2 mm)