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6'' Tri-Miter Square by Crown Hand Tools

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Anything from Crown Hand Tools Ltd. is a treat for you and your toolbox! Manufactured to British Standard BS3322, this beautiful 6" Tri-Miter Square is no exception. Features a hardened, tempered and blued steel blade with rosewood stock. Fitted with Brass, this tool is accurate, attractive and a must for the traditional craftsman!
(1) 6" Crown Hand Tools Tri-Miter Square
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Brand Crown
Manufacturer Part Number 130
Weight 0.5000
Tech Spec
  • Manufactured to British Standard BS3322
  • Hardened, tempered and blued steel blade
  • Rosewood stock
  • Fitted with Brass
Tech Docs N/A
Length 6"
Style Square
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2.9 / 5.0
13 Reviews
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Excellent British workmanship Not made in China!
April 11, 2018
6 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Solid and useful. I think a magnet imbedded in the handle would be a good idea. I have added one to be able to put it on the side of the saw and other tools as I use it. I also can place on the wall om building over the workbench.
May 25, 2016
over 2 years ago
Got mine 10 days ago. After...
Got mine 10 days ago. After reading the reviews I checked mine for squareness and was 100% OK. Very happy with the quality and the price I paid. Since I got my square this has been the one I pick first for marking.
January 25, 2010
You don't need several try squares...
You don't need several try squares to check them out. You only need the original one. Put it on an edge and draw a line. Then flip it over and draw another line in the same place. If the lines line up, it's square.
December 24, 2012
Very good little try square, well...
Very good little try square, well built with the brass edge and screw caps. Small enough to be handy for the small jobs but big enough for the bigger jobs also.
January 10, 2009
A little disappointed
The materials and workmanship are all fine. However, when I checked it for square I found it to be a little off. To check square I scribed a line and then turned the square over and scribed another with the same starting point. In the length of the steel arm, the lines diverged by a 1/32 of an inch. Maybe my expectations are unreasonable, but I don't think so.
March 1, 2018
7 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Three stars for being square, as...
Three stars for being square, as far as I can tell, because you need a square to check a square, assuming the square you use to check the square is square, which you need yet another square to be sure, and how do you know if that one is square to check all the other squares against, if one or more manufacturers lose sight of the fact that as Brad Kennedy noted, when you need a square, you need it square. Just like you need a ruler or tape measure's inches to actually be inches, but how would you check that, except with another, but what if that one wasn't accurate, either, and so on and so on... BUT... Two stars off for being the first-ever try square I have ever seen or heard of that wasn't calibrated in inches, or any other measure, AT ALL... Beautiful tool, like the ancient one my Dad had but is now rather shopworn - but the old one DOES HAVE CALIBRATIONS...! Apparently that is a big-ticket manufacturing expense nowadays, actually having inch markings. At least it isn't METRIC!
December 13, 2011
Not square
I love the look and feel of this square and i want to use it more the only problem is its not square. :(
June 11, 2016
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
It is not square maybe by...
It is not square maybe by 1/64th or a hair give or take. That explains lots of things. I guess I don't screw up as much as I thought.
August 4, 2013
Not square
Not square!
January 13, 2018
8 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
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Christmas gift for my husband
Vicki K on Dec 3, 2017
Christmas gift for my husband
Vicki K on Dec 3, 2017
had one before and the quality of this product is great
Javier C on Feb 28, 2016
had one before and the quality of this product is great
Javier C on Feb 28, 2016
I have a tri-miter by Crown Hand Tools that is not square. Is there any way for me to square it up?
Jerry on Jun 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I had the exact same problem. I took it back to Rockler along with another square that I knew was accurate. Check it against a new one and Rockler made the exchange - no questions asked.
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