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Get It Dead Square Cambridge MA

The 3D Squares are milled from aluminum with a guarantee of being less than .002-in. out of square across the 6-in. length of the leg. Each leg contains drilled and countersunk screw holes in case you want to fasten the squares to a jig or fixture.

Rockler Woodworking and Hardware #4
(617) 497-1136
2154 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA

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438 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA
 
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(617) 876-6760
26 Brattle St
Cambridge, MA
 
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(617) 876-4460
135 Harvey St
North Cambridge, MA
 
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(617) 536-0913
233 Newbury St
Boston, MA
 
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313 Montvale Ave.
Woburn, MA

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Cambridge, MA
 
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Aborn True Value Hardware
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438 Harvard Street
Brookline, MA
 
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219 Massachusetts Avenue
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Get It Dead Square

Get It Dead Square

    

Assembling projects perfectly square can be a challenge.  The more parts you have, the more complicated it gets.  Having a set of 3D Squares, $50 for four, is like having your woodworking buddy in the shop to help you. Just clamp the squares to each part as you're assembling, and your project will be dead square. The 3D Squares are milled from aluminum with a guarantee of being less than .002-in. out of square across the 6-in. length of the leg. Each leg contains drilled and countersunk screw holes in case you want to fasten the squares to a jig or fixture.

Source
Jevons Tool Company, (913) 384-0023, www.jevonstoolco.com 3D Squares, $50 for four.

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