Steel square


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Steel square

An instrument having at least one right angle and two or more straight edges; used by carpenters for testing the accuracy of right angles and for laying out work.

steel square

A steel carpenter’s square.
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The relative said Edwin claimed that he had been hearing voices telling him to get the steel square and eat it.
The steel square tubes allow a slimmer design of the axes, saving opening strokes, reducing cycle times and increasing working load.
Percussionist Colleen Bernstein, the youngest in the ensemble at 22, played instruments as diverse as a frog-shaped guiro, which makes a ratchet sound, to steel square tubing and a threaded metal rod from Lowe's.
I then used a belt sander to true up the top surfaces of the new copper jaws and checked them with a steel square.
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A matching shelf unit but with glass shelves is pounds 212Ocean's white-painted steel square wall rack has circular slotted centre piece for CDs.
The 138EMB belt driver consists of a 60 x 60 mm solid stainless steel square shaft extension that fits standard modular belt sprockets and can be installed easily on the shaft without extra tooling or modification.
The forks are constructed of "C" Channel reinforced with solid steel square bar and gussets.
Tests showed a surface even harder than that of the original polished steel square.
The carpenter's square goes by other names as well: framing square, steel square, rafter square or flat square.
One shot simply pushes the steel square to the other side of the post.