Constructed in the same way and complementing the Bridge City try squares, this mitre square offers outstanding accuracy and styling. John Economaki designs tools to stand the test of time and which are used by more than one generation.
The blade is satin finished hard stainless steel, 31mm wide, 226mm long and an impressive 1.5mm thick. It is perfect for laying out a joint with a marking knife. The aluminium stock is a contrasting silver and black with a distinctive anodised orange trim. The stock measures 122mm by 34mm and 13mm thick. The handy size makes the MS-1.5v2 mitre square perfect for marking out or checking mitres.
These are set and checked before leaving the factory, to an accuracy of 0.025mm or less. If at any time the square meets with an accidental fall, the blade can be adjusted to return it to its precise original setting.