Starrett is committed to providing you with complete solutions created for your exact needs. Problem solving is part of what we do every day. If the right tool for your application does not exist, contact us-we would appreciate the opportunity to build it.
Founded in 1880 in Athol, Massachusetts, The L. S. Starrett Company has created a business and brand that has become synonymous with quality and performance. For those who build or manufacture anything requiring critical measurements, inspection or cutting, Starrett tools and saws are superior products that are essential to those with a need to finish first.
Starrett manufactures a full line of application-designed precision tools, saws, custom solutions and vision and optical systems that optimize job and process performance. Our confidence hinges on 133 years of experience focusing on your needs and success. We take great pride in offering innovative tools, backed by unmatched service and support.
When it comes to measuring critical dimensions, generations of craftsmen and toolmakers have relied on Starrett precision tools. With proven quality and expert technical support, Starrett is the name chosen by serious professionals to guarantee repeatability and accuracy in their precision hand tools.
Starrett Vision and Optical Systems take video-based and multi-sensor measuring systems to the next level. These systems provide quick return-on-investment through increased product quality, user time savings and alternative equipment reductions.
Today, Starrett tools are manufactured, marketed and used worldwide. With over five generations of practical innovation, exceptional quality and unmatched precision, Starrett remains the “World’s Greatest Toolmakers.”
Carbide-Tipped Band Saw Blades Available In Two Configurations
Advanz carbide-tipped band saw blades feature a high-quality, submicron-grain carbide tooth tip cylinder with a triple-chip grind, which is welded to a tough, ductile back. These blades also feature quality carbide-to-back bonding and offer fatigue, shock, wear and strip resistance when cutting difficult-to-machine materials, the company says. The blades are available in “FS” and “TS” configurations.
Carbide-Tipped Band Saw Blades
The Advanz line of carbide-tipped band saw blades features a special tooth tip cylinder of high-quality, submicron-grain carbide with a triple-chip grind. The blades, which feature quality carbide-to-back bonding, offer fatigue, shock, wear and strip resistance when cutting difficult-to-machine materials. The FS blade configuration is designed for a range of challenging materials such as Fiberglass, masonite, plastics, composites, aluminum castings and abrasive wood.
Wireless Data Collection System
L. S. Starrett’s DataSure wireless data collection system features smaller, coolant-resistant end nodes and a user interface.
Video-Based, Precision Inspection System
The Galileo KineMic from L. S. Starrett is an entry-level, modular, video-based inspection system designed for quality assurance, receiving inspection, training, manufacturing, assembly, research, documentation and a variety of other applications.
Wireless Data Collection Readies Surgical Toolmaker For Full SPC
This surgical tool manufacturer strove to ensure part quality with stringent inspections, but its manual data-entry process and hardwired measurement tools limited productivity. After purchasing a radio-based wireless data collection system, the shop witnessed a 25-percent reduction in its inspection process.
Wireless Collection Of Measurement Data
In manufacturing, reacting to measurement data in a timely fashion is critical. A fast response to undesirable trends can prevent scrap or rework. The problem is, it can be slow and cumbersome to collect, deliver and analyze measurement data. Recent efforts to expedite this process have included shop-wide cable networks with bar code readers and other automated devices. The latest development along these lines is wireless data handling.