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Junior T-Square

by Westcott


This clear plastic fixed head T-square has inches calibrated into 16ths on one side and millimeters along the other side. 12 inches long, this is the perfect tool for smaller graphic projects, scrapbooking, office work and crafts.

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Junior T-Square

by Westcott

Average User Rating: Based on (6 Reviews)

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Joleen S. from Gig Harbor, WA says:

I own a small sign shop, and this clear ruler come in extremely handy in what I do. I don't know what I would do without it. I just wish they made them bigger.

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Rated by: Joleen S. in Gig Harbor, WA
I own a small sign shop, and this clear ruler come in extremely handy in what I do. I don't know what I would do without it. I just wish they made them bigger.
Rated by: Rochelle C. in Brooklyn, NY
Small and handy. Easy to travel with. A good value for the money.
Rated by: Mary Z. in Austinburg, OH
It is a little more flimsy than the one I had before,but I am getting used to it. It's a great deal for the price. I like that it is clear too.
Rated by: Eric M. in Phoenix, AZ
12" is small, handy, and for sketch, or quick concept sketches it's needed. 18, 24, and 30" are way too big, and clumsy - they also have tendency to get in the way on smaller paper. This one is made all in plastic, and a little thin. It could be more durable. Which is concerning, but at this price you should be able to afford a few just in case you break one. I have yet to break it, but I am careful, and will order a few just in case at some point. A 12" T-Square was actually very hard to find. MisterArt.com was the only place I found it. Thankfully.
Rated by: Anne M. in Naperville, IL
Big enough for general use but small enough to travel with. Definitely a "best value" buy.
Rated by: Jenny D. in Cincinnati, OH
Good quality, can't beat it for the price... easy to use and terrific for small canvases. Clear design lets you see exactly what you're working on. Inexpensive and invaluable tool.

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