M.POWER's C3D combination 3D try square is designed specifically with the professional woodworker in mind. A precision hybrid try square, it combines multi-function use and is manufactured to engineer square tolerance standards. The C3D's major functions are as a 9” bladed try square, 9” x 2” saddle square, deep range measured marking gauge, and bevel gauge. Uncompromised accuracy and genuine functionality allows the C3D to save space and weight in you tool bag and a great deal of time on the job at hand. Built using Sheffield spring steel and powder coated cast aluminum in England. Two-year warranty.
• The 9" Sheffield steel main blade is laser etched with Standard and Metric markings. These markings are zeroed at the stock to allow instant and accurate measurements to be taken. This enables you to accurately measure width and thickness of materials or to strike a measured right angle line in from the edge of your work piece. With the bevel blade locked out and the winged stock up against your work piece the C3D will sit in position hands-free, offering balance and ease of use.
• Width and thickness can be struck simultaneously and the 4 shoulders on a tenon can be marked by moving the square just once. Better than a saddle square, the C3D allows you to mark over larger deep molded sections, to strike accurate lines.
• Located in the stock is a fully retractable locking bevel gauge. The swing blade is laser etched with pre-set angles that can be set, locked, and read from either the squares inside surface or the stock butt. The bevel has a two part locking mechanism to prevent the bevel blade moving when locked in position.
• The Sheffield spring steel 9"(225 mm) main blade is factory set to within 1/100 of 1° over its length and perfectly aligned to the milled edge 2" (50 mm) wing section for accuracy in both planes.
• The two part stock is cast in aluminum, powder coated, milled and linished. To secure the main blade the two halves of the stock are mortise and tenoned then drilled and tapped. This creates a huge clamping force that holds the main blade in position.