Squi.Jig (3”) - Framing Jigs (Blue)
- Wood uses: stair gauges, stair layout, rafter layout, rip guide on your saw, angle guide on your speed square, holds your framing square upright and more!
- Metal uses: over comes rounded edges on large square tube, easily square up round tube, acts as a third hand when tacking metal together or lining up with a turn buckle, will hang or stand your square up on material and more!
- The taller profile gives an extremely solid and accurate hold on the workpiece.
- Dual slots and cylinder barrels allows maximum versatility with any project.
- The slot is 5/16" tall, fitting onto anything up to .31" (5/16") thick
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This framing jigs both the 3'' and 1.5'' have saved me so much time and money since the day I bought them. They also take out 98% of user error when making repeatable marks for stairs and rafters.
Hey Chris, Thanks for the awesome review!!
I love this tool, works great on my metal fab work. Thanks
They were very good,I been drawing steel stairs for 45 years
Awesome jigs definitely high quality
A smart take on a seemingly simple product. We have a set of these for each of our teams and we simply love them. Five stars for sure!
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Are these sets of two or only one piece?
Comes as a set of 2.
Whats the main differences between the two squijig sizes?
Great question! The 1-1/4" Tall squijigs are designed for wood carpenters to over come defects in lumber. All though the 1-1/4" squijigs also work for building things like metal hand railing, stairs, truck beds etc.. The 3" squijigs on the other hand have a metal fabrication back ground. The 3" weight and size helps the framing square to stay upright and free a hand when tacking parts etc.. Having two slots gives you the freedom to side shift around parts like brackets, welds etc.. Also the larger metal beams tend to have rounded corners and the 3" width easly over comes that. Hope that helps!