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#1 posted 03-23-2012 10:29 PM

Just my 2cents here, one day at HF they had orange plastic speed squares on sale for like $2.99. I said to myself, how good can a $2.99, PLASTIC, Made in China be? So on a lark I bought one. I’ve wasted more money on other items that I never used or that didn’t work. I took it home and took out my machinist dial protractor and to my suprise it measures dead on nuts 90 deg. and 45 deg.. I proceeded to put a screw in my table saw frame, hung it thare and use it all the time. I guess it just comes down to trust. So, lizardhear after your testing do you trust your tools and your skills? Some people think they must have the very very best or the most most expensive.
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