|Name||Universal Square||16 in. x 24 in. Laser Etched Framing Square||16 in. True Blue Combination Square||16 in. x 24 in. Aluminum Framing Square|
|Square Length||7 in.||24 in.||16 in.||16 in.|
|Square Type||Framing Square||Framing Square||Combination Square||Framing Square|
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approximately 2.5 mm; slightly less than 1/8"
I have 3or 4 framing sq.they all have small bends. We just bend back straight.as long as edge along the 16 inch and 24 inch are straight where you mark your lines with pencil that’s all that matters. I’am sure Home Depot would trade out for you but it will do the same. I would just bend back straight in just be careful with it if it bothers you because they bend really easily. They also made in steel which are a lot stronger but they will rust pretty quick then you cannot see numbers. You have the best that will last a very long if you take of it.
Not sure I understand the question. 8ths and 16ths are on both sides, so you could use either side. 10ths and 12th are on only one side, so if you measure in 10ths or 12ths then flip to the other, you won’t have 10ths or 12ths on that side.
I believe so!
The Empire carpenters square that I bought has "Made in USA" stamped on it in the corner.