How to make the most of the Shinwa Carpenters Square?
The square primary use is to measure and scribe right angles with a trustworthy accuracy.
When used with a Shinwa square stopper, it can also be used to measure width as a Vernier or marking gauge, to scribe precise parallel lines or to delineate mitre lines at 45 / 135-degree angles.
The Shinwa Carpenters Square is an essential tool for ensuring maximum accuracy in the workshop.
See how it can be used in the video below (note the square in the video is smaller):