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Combination Tool Ideal For Wide-Ranging Trade Jobs
Drawing from his 34 years of experience in the construction and trades industries, Chuck Harris designed and patented the “Squarvel” tool, a tri-square, speed square, and level combination.
    “This tool can be used for all skilled trades including plumbers, steamfitters, millwrights, ironworkers, carpenters and electricians,” says Harris. “With fabrication or construction, it can be used to build hangers or supports for pipes, electrical conduit and other machinery.”
    Harris adds it’s also handy in farm shops and garages to level, square, measure or lay out a miter on any material.
    The Squarvel is designed with three vials to level within a horizontal, vertical or 45-degree plane. It features degree marks to lay out a miter on lumber or steel plus 1/8-in. increment markings to measure and lay out material. The ends are 45-degree angles to use as a square in a corner or over a weld or block.
    “I’m looking for a machinist to make them for me,” Harris says. “Either that, or I’ll sell licensing rights in return for royalties.”
Harris invites all inquiries about the Squarvel.
    Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Chuck Harris, The Squarvel (ph 641-680-3147; Melchhu32@hotmail.com).

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2023 - Volume #47, Issue #1