- 3 points of centering T-square effect (45°- 90° degree angles)
- Tri-square effect
- Handle-like squaring
- Regular squaring
- Measures height and depth simultaneously
- Squares pipe flanges in two moves
- Ability to square around an over-hanging edge
- Stair stringer layout (tread and rise marked in one step)
- Great for marking your spindles from rise to tread
- Marking and measuring the holes in the web of beams in one move
- Floor joist layout
- Transfer line for near-side to far-side for reference work points
Carpentry: notching out 2 x 4's and trusses, stair stringers, framing, layout of double corners. Both exterior and interior surfaces could be checked for square or be marked for measurements.
Cabinetry: Measuring and squaring of inside and outside corners in one move. Great for measuring depths and heights. Incisive for squaring overhanging edges.
Draftsmen/Architects: Drawing double horizontal lines, double vertical lines and double corners in one move.
Dry Dock: around the edge of bulkheads and square. Fits structural pipe.
Wet Dock: square pipe and structural steel in wet dock. Due to the inability to use a level on water, provides pipefitters squaring in two moves.
Marking work points on the inside and outside of lumber and other materials
Bricklayers can use for 2-pole squaring-off brick
Crown molding layout
Straight edge line marking
Stair stringer notch-outs
Other Fields of Use:
Construction of Homes and Buildings
Engineering Manufacture of Products
Structural Steel Fabrication/Layout and Fitting
Do It Yourself Folks