12" Heavy Duty Professional Inch/Metric Stainless Steel Combination Square

MODEL #:  400EM-S

Johnson's 400EM-S Combination Square features a self-aligning drawbolt, etched stainless steel blade with 1/8", 1/16", 1/32", mm graduations, heavy duty 45° and 90° precision machined square head and a hardened removable scriber. A combination square is a tool used for multiple purposes in woodworking, stone masonry and metal working. A combination square can reliably measure 90° and 45° angles. The 45° angle is used commonly in creating miter joints. It can be used to determine flatness on a board known as the face side. It can be a rudimentary level for approximating level surfaces. A combination square can be used as a depth gauge or to transfer dimensions and the scribe can be used for marking the work surface.

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  • Auto-Lock™ blade assembly

  • Stainless steel blade with permanently etched graduations 1/8", 1/16", 1/32", mm

  • Heavy duty cast zinc head with black, chip-resistant e-coating finish

  • CNC machined square head for greater accuracy

  • Hardened, screw-in scriber won't fall out

  • Durable acrylic vial

Warranty:

1 Year

Product Details

Johnson's 400EM-S Combination Square features a self-aligning drawbolt, etched stainless steel blade with 1/8", 1/16", 1/32", mm graduations, heavy duty 45° and 90° precision machined square head and a hardened removable scriber. A combination square is a tool used for multiple purposes in woodworking, stone masonry and metal working. A combination square can reliably measure 90° and 45° angles. The 45° angle is used commonly in creating miter joints. It can be used to determine flatness on a board known as the face side. It can be a rudimentary level for approximating level surfaces. A combination square can be used as a depth gauge or to transfer dimensions and the scribe can be used for marking the work surface.



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Warranty:

1 Year

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