TS-1v2 / TS-1.5v2 / TS-2v2

Try

Squares

FEATURES

The Try Square handle is comprised of two pieces that are mirror images of each other, which is stable and adjustable.

Avoids deformed corners ofthe blade when dropped Features and Benefits.

The handle is ergonomically designed.

Anodized aluminum makesa great matte finish.

Classic 8:1 Profile fordovetail joints.

Special finishing, leaving no fingerprints.

Multiple sizes available

Products

John Economaki began designing and hand-making custom furniture in the 1970’s, after a brief stint as a woodshop school teacher in Portland, Oregon. After contracting pneumonia as a result of becoming hyper-allergic to wood dust, John switched from making furniture to designing and creating heirloom tools merging functionality with aesthetics. The first tool designed and produced was the Try Square in 1983 simply out of frustration with try squares on the market that weren’t square and hence Bridge City Tool Works was established. The try square became the cornerstone of this newly formed company.

 

 

Blade width

Blade thickness

Overall length

Handle width

Handle thickness

Weight

 

Package Weight

Package Size

TS-1v2

5 ” try square

61/64” (24.1mm)

3/64” (2mm )

3” (75.7mm)

1-1/32” (26.2mm)

½” (13.1mm)

0.8kg

Try Square

0.24 kg (0.53 lbs)

200 x 135 x 40 mm ( 7-7/8 x 5-5/16 x 1-9/16″)

TS-1.5v2

6 1/2″ try square

1-7/32” 31.1mm

3/64” (2mm )

3-7/8” (97.7mm)

1-5/16” (33.9mm)

½” (13.1mm)

0.16kg

0.35 kg (0.77 lbs)

270 x 135 x 40 mm (10-5/8 x 5-5/16 x 1-9/16″)

TS-2v2

TS-2v2-M

8″imperial try square

1-1/2″ (38.1mm)

3/64” (2mm )

4-3/4 ” (119.7mm)

1-5/8″ (41.7mm)

5/8″ (15.9mm)

0.26kg

Try Square Metric

0.6 kg (1.32 lbs)

340 x 200 x 40 mm (13-3/8 x 7-7/8 x 1-9/16″)

TS-2v2-I

Try Square Imperial

Accuracy

Models Number

Item Number

Descriptions

TS-1v2

6000406

Try Square

TS-1.5v2

6000407

Try Square

TS-2v2-M

6000405

Try Square (Metric)

TS-2v2-I

6000404

Try Square (Imperial)