At Starrett, we understand precision. For generations, the precision that we build into our products has allowed our customers to ensure the quality of their products. Precision is something we take very seriously.
Today, Starrett tools are manufactured, marketed and used worldwide. With over five generations of practical innovation, exceptional quality and unmatched precision, the Starrett brand remains distinctly American.
With Starrett Metrology products, the system is only a part of the whole package. From application analysis, system specification, installation, and training to post-installation field services, the excellence of our products is matched by the quality and comprehensive range of our services.
At Starrett, we constantly strive to improve blade life and performance with a strong commitment to research and development. Our R&D is driven by what we learn from listening to our customers, and supported by complete metallurgical laboratories and sawing experts. Our efforts to improve tooth geometry, edge materials and material processing technologies are ongoing.
Starrett innovations such as Unified Shank® and DualCut® jig saw blades, bi-metal unique® saw technology, and the "Oops" Arbor are just a few Starrett-exclusive products and technologies that improve productivity and blade life. The complete Starrett line includes a variety of hole saws and accessories, jig saw blades, recip saw blades, hand hacksaws and frames and power hacksaw blades.
Skilled pros on construction jobsites, hobbyists and homeowner depend on quality tools. While best known for tools used in manufacturing, Starrett also has a long history of providing innovative tools with top-of-the-line quality for the jobsite, home and workshop.
This four-video series will help you learn how to use and measure with an outside micrometer -- the most common high precision tool in most shops. Parts 2 and 3 which show how to read micrometers with inch and metric graduations, respectively, also applies to most inside micrometers, micrometer heads, bench micrometers and special function micrometers. This comprehensive overview is divided into four logical topics with a total running time of less than 8 minutes.