TROY, Mich. – BORA®, a product division of Affinity Tool Works, introduces its new Try Square hand tool. Available in two sizes, 8-inch and 12-inch, the Try Square is ideal for ensuring precision angles, squareness and flatness. These certified 90-degree squares are also valuable for layout tasks, as well as in the setup of shop power tools, including jointers, table saws and other machines relied on to ensure precision cuts.
The traditional use of a Try Square is primarily to verify the accuracy of a 90-degree angle. However, unlike traditional Try Squares, the BORA squares have the unique ability to verify more than just 90-degree angles. They provide unmatched versatility by featuring four molded angle guides: 22.5-, 45-, 67.5- and 90-degrees. This makes the Try Square ideal for precise layouts on complex angles. To further ensure accuracy and prevent pivoting or shifting during use, the Try Square features a unique, patented stability ledge, which keeps the ruler flat to the work surface for 90-degree layouts.
Additionally, BORA Try Squares are constructed of durable polyethylene to stand up to job site abuse. Also, featuring a stainless-steel ruler with 1/16-inch and 1/32-inch etched graduations, the Try Squares provide easy-to-read measurements – even after years of use.
Part of an ever-expanding line of tools from BORA, the Try Square joins a complete offering of measuring and marking tools including the Angle Master, Combination Square, Multi-Angel Square and T-bevel. Additionally, BORA offers a full line of professional hand tools including levels, pistol grip clamps and the signature Clamp Edge straight edge guides. As with all BORA tools, the Try Square is backed by the company’s lifetime warranty.
BORA® professional tools are manufactured and marketed by Affinity Tool Works, LLC. For more information, contact Affinity Tool Works, 1161 Rankin Drive, Troy, MI 48083, call 248-588-0395, toll-free 866-588-0395, fax 248-588-0623, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org/blog, or visit the website at www.boratool.com or www.affinitytool.randwebsitedesign.com/blog.