Founded in 1983 by designer and craftsman John Economaki, Bridge City Tools has long been known for its often unique and always aspirational tools.
Not only is this square precisely machined to strict specifications (accurate to ±0.04°), it’s also a convenient size to keep in an apron pocket so it's always close at hand. Made from 1/4" thick anodized aluminum, it combines the functions of a small square and a miter square, with a magnet-mounted sliding steel fence that can be set for right- or left-hand marking in layout work. With the fence removed, it is an excellent square for machine set-up and checking small assemblies.
Measures 2" × 2" by just over 2 3/4" along the hypotenuse.