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hole saws


Our new line includes the Fast Cut and Deep Cut bi-metal saws, and application-specific hole saws engineered specifically for certain materials, power tools and jobs. A full line of accessories, including Quick-Hitch™


arbors, pilot drills and protective cowls,


enables you to optimise each job with safe, cost efficient solutions. 09


hacksaws Hacksaw Safe-Flex®


and Grey-Flex® blades and frames, Redstripe®


power hack blades, compass and PVC saws to assist you with all of your hand sawing needs.


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jig saws Our Unified Shank®


and multi-purpose cutting. The Starrett bi-metal unique®


jig saws are developed for wood, metal saw


technology provides our saws with 170% greater resistance to breakage, cut faster and last longer than other saws. Our Dual Cut® blades are an exclusive saw design to provide burr-free cutting on both sides of the material.


41 Reciprocating saws


General purpose reciprocating blades provide a comprehensive set of sawing solutions to professional trades people and do-it-yourselfers. Our offering includes pneumatic blades for pallet dismantling, King Cut®


rescue and demolition and general purpose blades. 45


Portable Band Saws We offer blades for these convenient power tools. Univerz™


are ready


to go to work in convenient lengths to fit popular portable machines. 49


Measuring TAPES Our measuring tapes and Measure Stix™


and Starrett Exact® Plus. are offered in a wide


range of styles and sizes. Graduations are available in English and Metric to meet virtually every requirement for accurate tape measurement. Introducing the new series of Starrett, Starrett Exact®


51 PTA AND HAND TOOLS www.starrett.com 3


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