Who said that all tools work just the same no matter how difference the price tag is? Surely, there will be better quality from the tools that come out with higher place. If not for best material, the function and durability of these products must be of the top notch.
1. 6″ Starrett Square
People love it for its square shape. It helps many craftsmen to check the 90 degree alignment while marking the woods. There is measurement line in the side that could help to mark the deep, length and width of the cut. In addition, it fits most carpenter’s hand grip. There is less chance for the tool to slip and land on the feet.
2. 12″ Starrett Combination Square with Protractor Head and Center Head
This is the upgraded version of the previous tool. Once the carpenter starts working on the project, there might be more than straight line cut! For the other complex lines, leave them to the protractor and center head. The protractor fits well to measure angle, while the center head helps finding the center point.
3. Lie-Neilsen Pocket Block Plane
Who doesn’t love working with one hand only? For this reason, many craftsmen love this tool. It is super light and gives maximum smooth result. The blade in this tool is set at 12 degrees and often used to chamfering and trimming the wood edge. Those who need to fine tuning the cabinet doors will find this handy product useful!