A gift as precise as the work.
"It must be useful. It must work dependably. It must be beautiful. It must last. It must be the best of its kind.”
These are the words of Alfred Dunhill and they have had a powerful influence over me for the last twenty-five years. It is always my objective to honor his view in every tool I design, particularly the tools in our limited edition Commemorative Series. As I think you will agree, the 2007 edition (yes, I am late—again) is a worthy addition to this family of heirloom tools.
What if your shop apron only contained a marking device, a pocket rule and the CT-15 Multi-Square? The answer is arresting; you could accomplish the vast majority of your layout needs and your machine set-ups in record time. Why? Because the CT-15 Multi-Square is one of the most innovative tools in the Commemorative Tool series, the likes of which you have never seen.
This little tool is packed with features; it contains an 8:1 dovetail saddle square, a 6:1 dovetail saddle square, a regular saddle square and a cam lock sliding t-bevel which can be quickly set as a try-square or a double square. It is one of the coolest looking and precisely machined tools we have produced and the first Commemorative Tool milled from solid stainless steel. The Multi-Square is approximately 4.125″ tall, .875″ wide and .73″ thick at its widest point. Precisely milled from solid stainless steel, this little tool is a joy to hold and a real treat to use. It is extremely precise, accurate, and the joints tight-fitting. We invented the Saddle Square years ago and it has always been amongst our top sellers. Now, for the first time, all of our Saddle Squares have been effectively and harmoniously combined in one tool with the most solid locking t-bevel you have ever used. When not in use, the CT-15 Multi-Square fits in your apron pocket or clips to your breast pocket—it is always with you. And just like your wallet, you will most certainly have a conniption fit if you misplace it. This tool was produced in 2007.
The rattling in the Try Squares is normal and is present with all of the units. It does not affect the functionality of the tool and was part of the design of all our Try Squares. The looseness allows us to take the tool apart, if need be, should we need to re-square/fix the tool.
This item is no longer in production and is not available for purchase. It is listed here for reference purposes only. The last known published price is listed below.