I have a steel framing square that I am trying to square (it’s out of square about 1/16”). I know that if I use a center punch I can open or close the legs of the square. The steps I followed can be found here;
In the pictures it appears as though an aluminum square is being used. This method does not seem to be working for my steel square. Has anyone else experienced such an issue? Given the low cost of carpenter’s squares I’m tempted to buy a new one. The question is, should I go with aluminum or steel? Any thoughts?
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