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.
With reversible lock bolt, scriber, spirit level
Graduation: No. 4R - 1/8", 1/16", quick reading 1/32", 1/64"
The square head are forged hardened steel with smooth black enamel finish
Square blade easy-to-read, sharp graduation
Bearing surface is accurately ground
A multi-purpose tool that can be used for applications that require a 45-degree miter, a depth gage, a level, a plumb, and a precision rule
Square blades are machine divided, hardened and tempered for long life
Features easy-to-read, sharp 8ths, 16ths, 32nds, and 64ths graduations
A reversible lock bold allows the blade to be turned over or end-for-end, without removing the lock bold or nut to ensure true alignment of the blade and heads
Protractor heads have revolving turrets with direct-reading double graduations, 0-180-degrees in opposite directions, for the direct reading of angles and supplementary angles