I was surprised to find Swanson Speed Squares with broken-in edges and corners.
Swanson Savage straight edges offer a few features you won’t find on basic rulers.
Swanson tools is releasing a new line of professional layout and hand tools under the newly created Savage brand. Only a few details are available right now, but what we’ve seen looks promising.
We just wanted to share with you the clever marketing images we found on Swanson’s website. Keep reading to see three more.
Swanson Speed Squares can be used as a try square, miter square, protractor, line scriber, and saw guide. In other words, it’s a pretty handy layout tool that should be found in every home and shop. At the very least, it makes an excellent straightedge. We’ve been using an orange Swanson Speedlite square for about […]
Swanson’s mini surface level is suitable for two-axis leveling tasks that do not quite require extreme precision. This type of level is extremely easy to use – hold or fasten it to a workpiece that needs to be horizontally parallel, and then adjust the workpiece until the level’s bubble is perfectly centered. Although this level […]