carpenter's square

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carpenter’s square, framing square

carpenter’s square
A flat, steel square commonly used in carpentry.
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Supplies: Paper, scissors, #2 Glover's needle, sinew, lighter or matches, gloves, leather shears, ruler, carpenter's square, binder clips, pencil, leather, hammer, stone.
Using the marks, outline your cut with your carpenter's square as a guide (Photo 7).
Use the carpenter's square to lay out the mitered pieces for the bottom frame, which should extend 1 inch beyond the sides of the shell.
Then clamp and screw the two pieces together while checking alignment with a carpenter's square.
The only tools necessary for completing this project are a circular saw, a carpenter's square, a tape measure, a chalk line, a hammer, and a pencil.
You'll need basic tools: a jigsaw, drill, Phillips bit, file, combination square, carpenter's square and screwdriver, plus a table saw and belt sander.
carpenter's hammer * 7 1/4" power saw * power drill, with square power bit * carpenter's square * flat rasp, to smooth rough corners * framing square * sandpaper, medium * two clamps, throats at least four inches * two saw-horses
wood screws, using a carpenter's square to keep the jig perfectly square during assembly.
level, carpenter's square, stapler for the landscape fabric and some low-tech earth-moving equipment (shovels and wheelbarrows) will do the job.
Lay a carpenter's square on the table with one leg butted against the miter gauge.
Carpenter's square for squaring up the first soffit panel to the house.