With the try square repeat the lines of this sketch on both sides of each.
Repeat these lines on the edges and top side, using the try square.
Transfer these lines down the edges by the aid of the try square.
Then plane the rough sides down to those lines, using the Try Square frequently.
Then glue in each plug, using the try square to make sure that they project at right angles.
The wood is placed upon the bench, and the joint marked out by using a marking knife or penknife blade and the try square.
Set out the stiles with a marking knife or penknife and a try square, as shown at Fig. 178.
The T-Square is another modification of the try square, its principal use being for draughting purposes.
It was finally straightened, however, to stand the try square test fairly well.
This seemed easier after the experience of making the bench hook, and Harry knew how to test for squareness with the try square.