Axminster Workshop Engineer's Centre Squares
Axminster Workshop Engineer's Centre Squares
£8.83 - £14.92 (£7.36 - £12.43 Ex. VAT)

Axminster Workshop Engineer's Centre Squares

  • Alloy tool steel precision centre squares
  • Intended for accurate central location of round stock
  • Ideal for toolmakers and for general metal and wood lathe work
£8.83 - £14.92 (£7.36 - £12.43 Ex. VAT)

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A pair of high quality alloy tool steel precision centre squares intended for the accurate location of the centre of round stock. Ideal for toolmakers and for general lathe work, both metal and wood. N.B. size stated is the maximum bar diameter.

Reviews (6)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 3.9 out of 5 based on 6 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews

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Tony Montgomery-Smith

8 December 2016

Accurate & solid

Bought 75mm version. Accurate, solid, no rough edges. Does the job precisely.
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Dennis O'Connor

30 July 2015

Needs improving on quality

This would be a nice little tool for the workshop. But. The ground centre edge is ragged meaning you will not get a smooth scribe line. Also it is NOT accurate. I rotated a round bar 180 degrees and scribe two lines. There was almost 1mm difference between them. So if you buy 'cheap' tools you cannot expect the quality control to be up to much.
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Stuart Wilshaw

10 July 2013

Robust, well made.

Found this to be very accurate, tried it out on a turned disc and used an engineers scriber with the point laid against the straightedge. No errors.

As stated by others this (75mm version) is a very solid piece of kit,
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Rebekah Anderson

27 February 2012

Not too impressed

I have used this a couple of times and, although very well made, I found it inaccurate.
Every time I I try I find it's off centre and therefore a waste I could have done without.

3 lines should be enough but nope, always off.
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Keith Thom

30 March 2011

Groz Square

A very robust square and centre finder set. Accurate and very easy to use, fiddly little box to keep them in but the tools themselves are well worth the money. At this price buy two one by the lathe and one at the mill!

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