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Johnson Level & Tool B75 Structo-Cast 8-Inch Sliding T-Bevel

Johnson Level & Tool B75 Structo-Cast 8-Inch Sliding T-Bevel
8″ , Durable, High Impact Plastic Handle With Hand Grip, Stainless Steel Blade With Wing Nut Fastener.The & Sliding T-Bevel is designed for general carpentry use. The T-bevel has a movable blade that allows you to copy any angle, from 0 to 360 degrees, and transfer it onto other surfaces such as moldings or lumber. This T-Bevel can is designed for durability and easy use, with a high-impact plastic handle and grip, as well as a stainless-steel blade with a wing-nut fastener. The T-bevel is covered by a 1-year limited warranty.

  • T-bevel designed for durability and easy use
  • Use to duplicate any angle from 0 to 360 degrees
  • High-impact plastic handle and grip
  • Stainless-steel blade
  • 1-year limited warranty

List Price: $ 5.79

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Stanley 46-053 Premium Adjustable Quick Square Layout Tool

Stanley 46-053 Premium Adjustable Quick Square Layout Tool
680-46-053 Features: -Rafter layout square with adjustable arm a Stanley exclusive.-Ideal for marking repetitive cuts accurately.-Black body with yellow graduations for maximum readability in all light conditions.-Common/Jack and Hip/Valley scales.-Can be used as a saw guide, bevel, or protractor.-Material: Aluminum.-Measuring System: Inch.-Type: Triangle Square.-Quantity: 6 per box.-Price is for 1 Each. Color/Finish: -Finish: Black. Dimensions: -Base Length: 10 3/4 in.-Beam Length: 6 3/4 in.

  • Heavy-duty aluminum construction for durability
  • Black body with yellow graduations provides maximum readability in all light conditions
  • Features Common, Jack and Hip, and Valley scales for various applications
  • Multipurpose, adjustable design can be used as a saw guide, bevel or protractor. Comes with an adjustable arm
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

List Price: $ 15.00

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  1. 6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good for the Price, September 8, 2000
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    [email protected] (Kearney, NE USA) –

    This review is from: Johnson Level & Tool B75 Structo-Cast 8-Inch Sliding T-Bevel (Tools & Home Improvement)

    Well it isn’t exactly what is in the picture, but close. It doesn’t have a wooden handle. Instead it has a very solid plastic. It isn’t the prettiest bevel i have ever seem but it does work just as well. For the money its a buy!!

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    • Anonymous
    • April 14, 2013
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Affordable, Basic T-Bevel, April 3, 2013
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    Lance

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    This review is from: Johnson Level & Tool B75 Structo-Cast 8-Inch Sliding T-Bevel (Tools & Home Improvement)

    This is just a very basic T-Bevel for copying or setting angles. It clamps down well enough that I don’t worry about losing the angle. There are no angle measurements on it so if you need to set a specific angle you’ll need to use a protractor, speed square, etc. to set the angle.

    I bought this to use building a picnic table. I don’t have a miter saw so I just needed a quick simple way to set and easily mark lines for multiple angle cuts with a circular saw. I had to cut a lot of the same angles, so rather than marking and measuring each angle with a speed square, I just set the angle on the T-Bevel and could quickly mark all my cuts. A handy $5 tool!

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    • Anonymous
    • April 14, 2013
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent buy, March 22, 2013
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    cthusker “t900” (CT USA) –

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    This is an excellent buy considering the very low price. I use it all the time in my shop and glad I purchased it.

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    • Joseph Dalton "Saw Man"
    • April 14, 2013
    15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Sidekick, July 18, 2008
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    Joseph Dalton “Saw Man” (Coker Creek, TN USA) –
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    This review is from: Stanley 46-053 Premium Adjustable Quick Square Layout Tool (Tools & Home Improvement)

    This rafter square is simply one of the best carpenter tools on the market. I’ve been building houses for over thirty years and have been using these rafter squares for almost as many. You lock the bar on the pitch you want and can get both the plumb and seat cuts without changing anything. In my opinion this one ranks second only to the Construction Master calculater as the one that I can’t do without. And to the guy who gave this product a bad review: Don’t knock my dang tools! You don’t know what you’re talking about!

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    • fly'n J
    • April 14, 2013
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    pro tool, August 6, 2011
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    Use full as a speed square and more. High Visibility markings make it easy to read plus with the adjustable angle marker you can make repeated angle cuts with out having to layout the cut each time. I’m very satisfied with this product and recommend it to any woodworker or carpenter.

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    • MrVicTPA
    • April 14, 2013

    Thanks Bob, I have to replace an interior wall due to old termite damage and you helped a lot!

    • GuyJon57
    • April 14, 2013

    excellent! you’re a good man… thanks for sharing…

    • displayfireworks1
    • April 14, 2013

    Now I know why the number 16 is used it will accommodate everything else in the industry. I like your video style.

    • HomeRemodelWorkshop
    • April 14, 2013

    I usually install my plates then install my studs+++Bob

    • JackBauer8686
    • April 14, 2013

    Bob- If the joists do line up with the center of the 2×4, do you nail the top plate in at an angle? How is that done?

    • tilrock
    • April 14, 2013

    I think moving back 3/4″ is more confusing than just starting at the edge of the top/bottom plate and measuring over 16″, 32″, etc. Then when you go to nail your studs in, just make sure that the correct edge of the stud lines up with your mark. So if you start at the left and work to the right, you would line the left side of the stud up with the mark. If the studs are 16″ edge to edge, then they are also 16″ center to center.

    • BinghamtonInvest
    • April 14, 2013

    Thanks for the help, love your videos

    • HomeRemodelWorkshop
    • April 14, 2013

    Whole stud is fine but if you connect it with blocking it will be alot more ridgid+++Bob

    • BinghamtonInvest
    • April 14, 2013

    Thank you! Is the blocking necessary, or can I just use a whole stud instead?

    • HomeRemodelWorkshop
    • April 14, 2013

    One way is to place two studs together with small blocking in between studs, if an outside corner is required. The second way is what is called a Western Lap, you could Google it, but all it is, is a corner stud and a flat stud against the adjacent side of the opposing wall stud. The third way is exactly the same as two walls that form a T with horizontal blocking. Keep in mind the only way I would consider a corner structural, is if it was built the first way.
    +++Bob

    • HomeRemodelWorkshop
    • April 14, 2013

    There are 3 ways to do it but do not have time to respond fully right now sorry+++Bob

    • BinghamtonInvest
    • April 14, 2013

    How would you set the studs on two adjacent walls that meet at the corner?

    • HomeRemodelWorkshop
    • April 14, 2013

    If you are talking about two walls that form a T all you need to do is install horizontal blocking between the studs at the intersection.+++Bob

    • BinghamtonInvest
    • April 14, 2013

    Great info. thanks for posting! What about making two adjoing stud walls. How do you put the studs in the inside corner without overlaping and still be structurally sound?

    • TheSeducer176
    • April 14, 2013

    very good thank you

    • iLikeToDrum1
    • April 14, 2013

    you explained it perfect dont get why people can understand it

    • Purple Skunk
    • April 15, 2013

    Nice video. Dumb comments but nice video.

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