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Manny’s Woodworkers Place calls Gladstone Tools’ diminutive square “the world’s smallest rosewood square.”  They designed this square for model makers, but the two-inch square could also be useful in other tight woodworking operations, like getting under the shoe to check the squareness of your scrollsaw blade.

Gladstone makes the rule from stainless steel and marks the full two inches with 1/32″ graduations.  They make the other leg of the square from rosewood and solid brass.  Beauty and functionality come at a price though — $13 plus $8 shipping and handling, to be exact.

Rosewood Micro Square [Gladstone Tools]
Rosewood Micro Square [Manny’s Woodworkers Place]

 

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