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try square

[′trī ‚skwer]
(engineering)
An instrument consisting of two straightedges secured at right angles to each other, used for laying off right angles and testing whether work is square.

try square

try square
A square whose legs are fixed at 90°; serves as a guide for marking lines at right angles to an edge or surface, as a scale for laying out work, and as a tool for testing the straightness and/or squareness of edges, faces, etc.
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Use your try square to transfer "on-center" marks inside the sills to out-facing faces of front and back sills to use later in locating studs.
An old-style, wood-handled try square may be the one tool in this article that you can't find at a good hardware store (although you can find stamped metal versions for under $5).
Engineer Try Square as per IS-21 03-1 980 A grade (steel) size: D-l 50 mm 2 Nos.
Tenders are invited for Quotations Are Invited For Supply Of Ball Peen Hammer And Try Square At Beml, Palakkad Complex
Tenders are invited for Steel Engineers Square Try Square 500 A-I 18 Inches To Is:2103.
Tenders are invited for Set Of Steel Try Square Consisting Of Following 03 Different Items , 1 Steel Try Square, Workshop Grade Size-6 Minimum Base Area Of Stock-10Mmx100mm 25 Nos.
Quotations are invited for Supply Of Cutting Plier, C Clamp, Steel Tape And Try Square At Beml,Kgf Complex
Tenders are invited for Supply of Tools and Equipments for Trade Fitter : Steel Rule 15 cm with metric graduation, Try Square 10 cm blade.