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Machinist’s Solid Squares

Machinist's Squares Solid Squares

You want machinist’s squares? We’ve got machinist’s squares. Lots of them. In lots of different sizes. From 2″ all the way up to 24″. That’s right. A 24″ machinist’s square. What do you do with a 24″ machinist’s square, besides impressing your friends with the largest machinist’s square they’ve ever seen? I have no idea. That is a really good question. Would love to hear some applications.

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  1. Cecil Strange wrote:

    I’ve used a 24″ Starrett machinist square for many years. Along with two lengths of feeler blade, it is used to square the column to the knee or table of a jig bore, milling machine, or even a drill press.

    Monday, June 23, 2014 at 4:15 pm | Permalink

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