Specifications & Dimensions
|General Warranty:||Guaranteed forever|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||0.78 lbs.|
|Measuring Tool Scale Type:||Standard (SAE)|
Ratings & Reviews
Stainless steel blade for lasting durability and heavy duty machined square head ensures accuracy. 16 in. blade spans wider boards and deep stamped graduations for easy reading.
Full view acrylic vial and self-aligning drawbolt
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Added on May 13, 2010
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Like many reviewers, I bought this square along with the 7-inch version and couldn't be happier. It has produced excellent results, and is very easy to use. I was amazed at how tightly the handle fits in with the ruler, and once the nut is tightened down, the square is at exactly 90 degrees.
I saw this 16in square and the 7in square in the store and they both look good and feel good. I purchased both of them. I checked both with a machinest/engineer square and to my suprise they are accurate. I now use these for my every day squares.
I've owned Craftsman's 12-inch combo for years & recently bought the 7-inch version, which has proven indispensable for tight places! 16-incher works well for longer spans- hey, how about a 24-inch blade ?
I bought two of these and two 7 inch Craftsman squares and use the heck out of them. They stay true and the etched rule markings are way better then the cheaper printed om markings of cheaper squares. I do a lot of woodworking and use them daily. Just buy it. You won't be disapointed.
The Craftsman 16 inch combination square is a must have tool for anyone that works with wood or needs to mark items for layouts of items for porjects. I use my combination square to marking true 90 degree marks to cut my pieces for my projects. i also use this combination square for scribing metal c-perlin and angle iron for metal projects that I work on. I like the longer edge or rule as I think it helps you make more accurate marks for your work. I also use this combination square when placing pieces on my sled on my table saw, to help me double check that my cuts are going to be true and square. to the blade and the fence. This also fits easily in your tool belt when you are working on outdorr projects and need a combination square. This combination squares sees a lot of work time in both my shop and around the house and it's easy to read the measurements that you make. I would recommend this Craftsman Combination Square to my friends and family. It's a great tool to have.
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