PEC Combination Square: 6 Inch
I "discovered" PEC tools of California and was so impressed I bought some of their stuff to put it to the test of daily use. I am still impressed and I now recommend PEC's premium line of combination squares.
I use my PEC combination squares when I am traveling, when I need an adjustable blade, or when I am measuring a 45 degree angle. Its a "jack of all" squares for hand tool woodworking. I recommend and use the PEC 12 and 6 inch models. Here is why:
6 inch long blade.
4R Graduation scale: 1/8ths & 1/16ths, 1/32nds & 1/64ths
We stock the premium "hardened steel" body - not the cast steel body - it makes a big difference in accuracy over time.
Blades are fully hardened and tempered, and come with a durable, satin chrome finish.
The high contrast, micro fine graduations are well marked, and very easy to read.
Its a "Jack of all squares." Allows you to measure and mark 90 or 45 degrees, adjusts to configure for just about any situation, and remains very accurate.
If you can only have one square this combination square is what I recommend.
Square/miter head features level vial and hardened scribe.
Knurled adjustment knob is very easy to grip.
The PEC 6 inch combination square is just the right size for those numerous checks for square you need to do, and very accurate
I am happy with this square , it is sturdy and well made!
When I first received the square I was happy with the fit and finish. I am a finish carpenter . When i started using is the slide screw was very difficult to loosen. After a few days it now will not stay tight . This is very upsetting , I would like either my money back or a square that works properly.
Fit & finish is not as fine as Starrett. I bought some PEC tools because Rob speaks highly of them. I’m too used to Starrett, so I gave my PEC tools to an apprentice.
This Combination square is made from very high quality materials, well engineered and looks great. This is a must have product in any shop.