Rosewood Sliding Squares and Bevels
Blued Steel Blades – Adjustable Try Squares with Brass Thumbscrew Slide or Turn Screw.
A try square which can be adjusted to any angle for marking or checking.
The blued steel blade is secured at an angle either by a brass knurled thumbscrew or, more traditionally, by a turn screw (use a screwdriver).
The turn screw version is made in accordance with BS3322.
A similar range of bevel is available in beech, but with only the wingnut locking system.
|20a||7½” Screwdriver locking|
|20b||9” Screwdriver locking|
|20c||10½” Screwdriver locking|
|20d||7½” Brass thumbscrew locking|
|20e||9” Brass thumbscrew locking|
|20f||10½” Brass thumbscrew locking|
|20h||12” Brass thumbscrew locking|
In the 1840s Joseph Marples was one of several ‘Marples’ (most of which were related) in Sheffield manufacturing joiners tools…
Joseph Marples Ltd celebrate 180 years of Sheffield toolmaking with this magnificent limited edition numbered boxed set of joiners tools.