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Squares are indispensable helpers that everyone uses in the building trade or when working with wood, metal and stone.

Due to the fact that there are so many different areas of application, the squares also come in different designs. The basic form is the stop square or carpenter's square, which you essentially use to mark lines or reference lines at right angles, or to check the right angle.

Very often, however, combination squares (e.g. from TrigJig or Swanson) are used, which allow you to mark out lines at mm intervals and can be used as mitre squares, stop squares and rulers at the same time.

Squares are indispensable helpers that everyone uses in the building trade or when working with wood, metal and stone. Due to the fact that there are so many different areas of application, the... read more »
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Squares are indispensable helpers that everyone uses in the building trade or when working with wood, metal and stone.

Due to the fact that there are so many different areas of application, the squares also come in different designs. The basic form is the stop square or carpenter's square, which you essentially use to mark lines or reference lines at right angles, or to check the right angle.

Very often, however, combination squares (e.g. from TrigJig or Swanson) are used, which allow you to mark out lines at mm intervals and can be used as mitre squares, stop squares and rulers at the same time.

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Swanson Metric Speed Square | Carpenters Square
With the Speed Square you have a tool in your hand that makes it easy to cut a wide variety of angles and lengths in different combinations on a workpiece. Of course, you can also easily measure angles with the Speed Square. A "must have" for everyone who works with wood - from carpenters to garage handymen. Great: there is a small instruction booklet (in English) that shows...
€34.90 *
Starrett K53M-200-N Try Square
Starrett K53M-200-N Try Square
A lightweight try square from Starrett for laying out 90 and 45 degree cuts. Try squares are usually used for first and second fix site carpentry but also prove very useful in the workshop for stock preparation. Made from cast aluminium and stainless steel, this well made square is marked in full mm on all four edges. Ideal for marking and measuring the right angles in wood...
From €8.30 *
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TrigJig Micro Trim Square MTS 100
TrigJig has incorporated a number of design features from the RSA Rafter Squares and Pocket Squares into the all-new MTS 100. For such a small tool, it is incredibly versatile and easily fits in the pocket of a tool vest or tool belt. CNC machined from high quality European T6 aluminum, the MTS 100 is a sturdy and robust little tool. The face has an anodized coating more...
€73.70 *
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Sola carpenter's square ZWCA 600
Highly elastic and break resistant Highly abrasion-resistant, dirt-repellent coating Marking holes for convenient measurement transfer Very good readability of the measurement results due to increased contrast
From €30.53 *
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TrigJig RSA300 Adjustable Rafter Square
With 6 marking gauges on the front of the tool, the RSA300 Adjustable can be used on many carpentry and fabrication projects, although its specialty is roofing and large timbers. The RSA300 is manufactured from the highest quality 4mm thick European T6 aluminum. Each tool is CNC machined by us to tight tolerances, with a right angle precision of +/- 0.008° along its entire...
€154.99 *
TrigJig Carpenter Square CS180
TrigJig Carpenter Square CS180
The CS180 is machined from a high quality cast aluminum tooling plate. The one-piece aluminum angle is milled in several passes to ensure absolute squareness. In addition, the flat angle is matt-blasted by glass bead blasting and then anodized. Anodizing creates a hard protective layer on the surface that offers corrosion and scratch resistance. There are two handy...
From €88.99 *
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TrigJig Rafter Square RSA180F | with spirit level
Introducing our new RSA180 Fixed Rafter Square, the smaller brother to the RSA300. Available in metric and imperial versions (see RSA7 Fixed) the RSA180 Fixed is arguably the top of its class when it comes to design, build quality, usability and style. The RSA180 is engineered from European T6 aluminium plate for durability, and machined on our state-of-the-art CNC vertical...
€144.99 *
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TrigJig fixed rafter square RSA300F
The RSA300 has an anti-glare anodised surface to help with outdoor use on sunny days. The laser marked graduation rulers and parallel scribe scales are recessed in pockets to avoid wear over time. The degree lines are deep engraved so they won't rub off, and as they are made on the same CNC milling machine that profiles the square, the level of precision is excellent. The...
€169.99 *
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Starrett 13MA Millimeter Reading Double Square 100 mm
Starrett 13 squares are very popular with machinists, toolmakers, and patternmakers. The sliding blades are adjustable making it practical for a wide variety of uses. The faces of the head are ground square. 100mm with Graduated Blade square. Double angle with hardened blade Blade length (mm): 100 mm Graduations: mm - 1/2mm Material: steel
€59.48 *
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Sola SRG 250 Joiner's square 25cm
Robust aluminum handle with wide stop Blued spring steel blade for glare-free work and easy reading of measurement results Easy to read, wear-resistant scale Integrated 45°/135° miter fence Technical details Scaling: mm/cm, 2-part, etched Material: blade spring steel Surface: blade ground Color blade: blued Material handle: aluminum Surface:handle anodized Color handle:...
€20.80 *
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Sola carpenter's angle red SRC 200
Light, robust aluminum handle Highly abrasion-resistant, dirt-repellent coating Very good readability of the measurement results due to increased contrast Integrated miter fence 45 ° / 135 °
From €11.21 *
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Starrett Square K53M-300-S
Ideal für die Markierung und Messung rechter Winkel bei der Holzverarbeitung. Formschönes Design, leicht und praktisch. Länge des Anschlagwinkels: 200 mm. Verpackungshöhe: 18,0 cm.
€16.50 *
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Anschlagwinkel, Haarwinkel, Flachwinkel

Anschlagwinkel

Anschlagwinkel sind Prüfwerkzeuge, mit denen Ihr Winkel an Werkstücken und Wänden überprüfen könnt: Ausserdem sind sie ideal für die Markierung und Messung rechter Winkel bei der Holzverarbeitung. 

 Ein Anschlagwinkel besteht typischerweise aus zwei ungleich langen Schenkeln mit einer Führungsleiste oder Anschlag am kürzeren Schenkel, um ihn an Kanten anlegen zu können.

 Schlosser verwenden Winkel aus Stahl, meist aus einem Stück, manchmal rostfrei verzinkt. Schreiner verwenden oft Winkel aus Holz, oder mit Anschlagteil aus Holz und Anschlagkante mit Messing belegt, und langem Schenkel aus Federstahl, die Schenkel vernietet. Günstigere Modelle sind aus Aluminium mit vernieteten oder verklebten Schenkeln.

Winkel ohne Anschlagsteg heißen Flachwinkel. Für Präzisionsprüfungen verwendet man Haarwinkel.

Anschlagwinkel könnt Ihr auch als Anreißwerkzeug einsetzen: der Anschlag wird dazu an einer geraden Werkstückoberfläche angelegt. Anschließend kann entlang des langen Schenkels mit einem Bleistift oder einer Reißnadel eine gerade Linie rechtwinklig zur Anlagefläche gezeichnet werden.

Anschlagwinkel Anschlagwinkel sind Prüfwerkzeuge, mit denen Ihr Winkel an Werkstücken und Wänden überprüfen könnt: Ausserdem sind sie ideal für die Markierung und Messung rechter... read more »
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Anschlagwinkel, Haarwinkel, Flachwinkel

Anschlagwinkel

Anschlagwinkel sind Prüfwerkzeuge, mit denen Ihr Winkel an Werkstücken und Wänden überprüfen könnt: Ausserdem sind sie ideal für die Markierung und Messung rechter Winkel bei der Holzverarbeitung. 

 Ein Anschlagwinkel besteht typischerweise aus zwei ungleich langen Schenkeln mit einer Führungsleiste oder Anschlag am kürzeren Schenkel, um ihn an Kanten anlegen zu können.

 Schlosser verwenden Winkel aus Stahl, meist aus einem Stück, manchmal rostfrei verzinkt. Schreiner verwenden oft Winkel aus Holz, oder mit Anschlagteil aus Holz und Anschlagkante mit Messing belegt, und langem Schenkel aus Federstahl, die Schenkel vernietet. Günstigere Modelle sind aus Aluminium mit vernieteten oder verklebten Schenkeln.

Winkel ohne Anschlagsteg heißen Flachwinkel. Für Präzisionsprüfungen verwendet man Haarwinkel.

Anschlagwinkel könnt Ihr auch als Anreißwerkzeug einsetzen: der Anschlag wird dazu an einer geraden Werkstückoberfläche angelegt. Anschließend kann entlang des langen Schenkels mit einem Bleistift oder einer Reißnadel eine gerade Linie rechtwinklig zur Anlagefläche gezeichnet werden.

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