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Starrett combination square consist of a machine-divided, hardened and tempered steel rule (or blade) on which is mounted an adjustable square head. A reversible lock bolt allows the blade to be turned over or end-for-end without removing the lock bolt or nut. This ensures true alignment of the blade and heads. Square head are made of cast iron and are not to be confused with the cheap imitation plastic or die cast heads on the market. The value of Starrett tools is that they are accurate and will last. As the name indicates, this tool can be used for many different purposes - a complete substitute for a whole set of common solid try squares, a 45 degree miter, a depth gauge, a height gauge, a marking or scribing gauge, a level, a plumb and, by withdrawing the blade, it can also be used as a precision rule. This saves littering the workbench with too many tools, each being necessary but may be used less. This results in the goal of all good craftsmen - better accuracy and greater efficiency.
Starrett combination squares are perfect for all craftsmen, offering better accuracy and greater efficiency.
If you can't afford to buy Starrett, find another hobby. I spent most of my life in a tool room. Every tool in my box was Starrett. And not because I liked to spend money. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pfedor
The combination square arrived on time and in perfect condition. This is a Starrett! High quality always works great.Published 2 months ago by George Thompson
At first I was hesitant to spend so much on such a small tool, but I'm so glad that I did. If you're considering buying a combination square, buy the best one time and you'll never... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Garrett L Darnell
Very accurate. Nice sharp edges. Clear scales, all way down to 64ths (which I can't read without magnification). Overall, a very nice woodworking tool. I keep this one handy.Published 10 months ago by Mike