|Item Weight||1.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 1.4 x 12.3 inches|
|Item model number||11H-12-4R|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Warranty Description||One Year on defects in material and workmanship|
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Starrett 11H-12-4R Combination Square with Cast Iron Head and Black Wrinkle Finish
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- With reversible lock bolt, scriber, spirit level
- Graduation: No. 4R - 1/8", 1/16", quick reading 1/32", 1/64"
- Cast iron head with black wrinkle finish
- Square blade easy-to-read, sharp graduation
- Bearing surface is accurately ground
- Cast Iron Head with black wrinkle finish
- 12-inch hardened steel, machine divided blade
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|Item Dimensions||1.4 x 1 x 12.3 in||6.65 x 12.7 x 1.55 in||12.4 x 5.51 x 0.79 in||0.7 x 1 x 6.6 in||6.1 x 12 x 1 in||4.9 x 6.7 x 0.9 in|
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.
From the Manufacturer
The 11H Combination Square series feature cast iron heads and machine divided, hardened, and tempered steel blades. Cast iron heads 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.
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I bought it to replace my satin-bladed version which was stolen. The satin finish picks up marks (only to a degree, but not horribly), but is great for the fact that it doesn't reflect so much light into your eyes when trying to read very fine measurements precisely. The more polished blade reflects quite a bit of light, making reading a bit more difficult in good light... ironic isn't it?
If all you have ever held were the combination squares that you can find on the rack at your local hardware store, then you are in for a treat if you are able to wrap your fingers around a Starrett. First thing you will notice is the weight, not only is the cast Iron head heftier than the cheap aluminum or zinc in the typical 10 dollar square, the blade is heftier as well. The fit and finish are top notch, from the hardened awl to the etching on the blade. The most important thing however is that you know that this will be 100% accurate and square to 90`. (you can easily google how to check your square for square, i.e. 2 parallel line test) and it will stay that way. Also, made in the USA.
My only wish was that I got the hardened steel head instead of the cast iron (I have a 6 inch square with the steel head) as it has better rust resistance. Also, make sure you get the satin blade, not the polished, much easier to read...this one has the satin blade.
I have become frustrated with and have thrown away several Stanley and Empire squares. Insubstantial and inadequate. I will pass my Starrett on to my son. There are two sons though and only one square. This will be interesting.
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