A Saddle Square You May Already Have
A saddle square is an expensive little tool made expressly for transferring layout lines from one plane of a workpiece to a perpendicular plane—to scribe around all four sides of a table leg, for example. I have needed such a tool often enough to wish I had one, but I stopped wishing after I realized that I already did. It is simply the centering head from a combination square with the blade detached.
John Dougherty, Edgewater, MD
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