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The traditional framing square serves its purpose well, but a few things could be improved.  You can’t fit your square into your toolbox — unless we’re talking a large job box or a truck box, it ain’t happening.  How about laying out repeatable angles?  Yeah, it can be done, but it takes a bit of practice. Swanson designed their $30 Framing Wizard layout tool not only to address these issues but also to replace five tools:

  • Framing square
  • Try square
  • Miter gauge
  • Angle Finder
  • Saw Guide

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