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Lasers Tools

Laser Tools: Bosch. Stabila. Levels. Measurers.

Whether you are a professional contractor or a dedicated DIYer, investing in laser tools is a smart move. It’s a smart move because no matter the type of tool you choose, laser technology delivers better, faster more efficient tools.

Laser Tape Measure

One of the most common laser tools is the laser tape measure. Also called a laser distance measurer, a good quality laser measurer is a significant improvement over the usual tape measure because it generates an extremely accurate measurement, instantly. It also is capable of measuring length, area, volume as well as indirect measurements. Need A measurement of a 3 story building from the ground, it can do that, too.

When selecting the right tool for you be sure to look at the measuring range, memory, display, accuracy and battery life. The more memory the tool has the better it is for handling complex jobs. Also, make sure you get a tool that displays the units of measure that you want; and, make sure that it has the functions you need for all of your projects. Tools that have Bluetooth technology included can send measurements directly to many computer programs. This not only saves time but it also eliminates the possibility of making errors when transcribing measurements into a program.

Rotary Laser Level

If you have outdoor projects, then you want a rotary laser level. That’s because they have the power that you need to handle that kind of an environment. Much like a laser tape measure, there are several factors to consider when selecting the best laser level:

Accuracy as measured over distances in feet;
Self-leveling or capable of projecting the slope line in degrees;
Range which can be measured in feet or meters;
Rotation speed;
Battery life measured in hours, think of how many hours of work you will need it for;
Warranty.

Line Laser Level

If you’re considering which laser level to buy you may want to look at a cross line laser level. That’s because they can be used on lots more applications that your standard dot laser. Or, you might prefer a multi-line laser. Either way, be sure to evaluate your choices using the same criteria as listed above for the rotary laser level. 

Laser Level Tripod

Whether you are using your laser level indoors or outdoors, having a top-notch tripod will make your life, and your projects, a lot easier. You’ll also be able to get your jobs finished more quickly because you will spend less time trying to find somewhere to mount your level. To get the best tripod for you, consider these factors:

Material;
Head type;
Mounting threads ¼-20 or 5/8-11;
Weight;
Extended height;
Closed height;
Elevating Tripod or fixed height. 

If your projects include laying floor tile you can’t do better than investing in a laser square, also called a tile laser level. What is so brilliant about this tool is that it makes tile alignment substantially easier and more accurate. 

The laser square works by projecting two lines at 90 degrees. Not only does this tool help with laying the tiles but it can also help you design the layout. It’s also great for mounting cabinets, mirrors, windows etc. The best thing about a laser square is how much time it will save you. Being more efficient on the job means better margins for the project. That’s a pretty good return on investment.

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