Have you been looking at buying a TrigJig Micro Trim Square or Mini Rafter Square. Wondering what the key features are and the differences between these two, handy pocket squares? Here's a quick look at the similarities and differences between the MTS100 Micro Trim Square and RSA100 Mini Rafter Square to help you decide which to go for.
BOTH TOOLS FEATURE114mm and mini ruler
Offset heel that allows for 1mm increments (odds one side, evens on the other)
45-degree cutaway for a tight fit where welds build-up or internal radius
Compact, lightweight and robust - fits easily in your pocket or toolbelt
MTS100 MICRO TRIM SQUARE FEATURESCircular scribe holes - works best with mechanical or engineers pencils (e.g. Pica)
Trim work and finish carpentry and metal fabrication too
RSA100 MINI RAFTER SQUARE FEATURESSemi-circular scribe notches, better for chunky carpenters pencils
Hip/Valley and Common Rafter Scales
Perpendicular and Birds Mouth line
Roofing, trim carpentry and is a handy pocket option for site joinery/carpentry
Which is your favourite? Overall, both tools are a great introduction to the excellent craftsmanship and engineering that TrigJig tools are renowned for. Providing a lightweight but feature packed tool for any kit.