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Commonly called scribing compasses, dividers have two legs with sharpened points for marking arcs or circles on the surface of a workpiece. One leg of the divider sits in a dimple created in the workpiece surface, while the other leg turns around that leg and presses against the material to create a mark. These tools are most frequently used in metalworking and drafting applications.

Spring Dividers

Take quick measurements of hard-to-measure dimensions or of long distances. Similar to a compass, spring calipers use two spring-loaded adjustable legs for measuring. Simply adjust the legs to the size of the dimension being measured, then check the caliper on a ruler or other measuring tool.

Carpenter Dividers

Instead of a spring, these tools have a screw and nut for more precise positioning.

Hermaphrodite Divider

Consisting of one caliper leg and one divider leg, these tools allow one leg to reach around the edge of the workpiece.