Our 1 ¼? wide tape measures have selective flattening. This means that we increase the curve where needed to achieve standout and decrease the curvature so the blade is flatter towards the hook end for easier marking and better hook grabbing. With both FatMax and Xtreme, the curve increase begins at approx. the 5 mark (blade is flatter 0-5?).
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- Is there a Certificate of Conformity on the STANLEY long tape measures (tape rules)?
- What does the black diamond mean on the measuring tapes?
- Does STANLEY make any long tapes that have the 19.2 diamond "I" joist layout marks?
- Is there a Metric only Measuring Tape available?
- I have an old tape, Number 546. Do you have any parts for this model?
- Where can I find information on how to read a Stanley Tape Rule?
- I am looking for a fractional read tape measure. What model numbers do you offer?
- Where can I find a certificate on the 34-762 Stanley Powerwinder?
- Why does the hook on the end of the Stanley tape rule move?
- Do you offer a decimal scale tape rule?