I’ve written before about woodworking in movies, and how you can often find mistakes. (A few of you chimed in with your discoveries, too, and I thank you.) This time what caught my eye as I dawdled away time in front of what Mom used to call the “idiot box,” was a woodworking tool. This tool, as you can see in the photo (sorry it’s a little fuzzy), stood out due to it being anodized in bright red.
If you’re not familiar with red woodworking tools, you owe it to yourself to stop by woodpeck.com where you can find many tools colored red with white lettering, such as the square used in this episode of “Salvage Dogs” on DIY network.
The square is Woodpecker’s 1281 Square, also known the Precision 12″ Woodworking Square.
When you place your order, tell them the guys at 360 Woodworking sent you.