Written by Malkoc Elvir on May 3rd, 2017

The construction segment is one of the biggest factors driving most economies. Therefore, we also need future innovation in other industries. Especially when we look at the increasing costs and time pressures during the last years. Consequently, more and more contractors are using plasterboard construction to build walls and partitions inside buildings. This saves a lot of time and money in comparison to the classic brick wall style. Following the transition to new materials, we also need innovation in the working process.

Written by Jeannie Records on August 22nd, 2016

Construction pros have been using lasers for many years, both for interior and exterior use. For many applications, lasers have become the standard, and alternative workarounds can be time consuming, costly, or—in some cases—impossible. In short, lasers have revolutionized a lot of key areas of the construction industry. Lasers make life easier for construction pros, especially interior finishers.

Written by Jeannie Records on August 17th, 2016

I'd like to introduce you to Bob Clagett.

Bob is a "maker" running his own successful Youtube channel and website called I Like to Make Stuff

Bob's mission:

"I like to make all sorts of stuff, with all sorts of materials.

Written by Jeannie Records on August 17th, 2016

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Written by Anonymous on May 27th, 2015

What is the Power Range Technology™?
The Power Range TechnologyTM is already active when the instrument is switched on; it provides excellent line visibility even at larger distances.

Written by Anonymous on May 27th, 2015

Check the accuracy of your Leica Lino laser levels regularly and particularly before important measuring tasks.

Checking the accuracy of the leveling

Set the instrument on a tripod half-way between two walls (A+B) that are approx. 5 m apart. Place the Lock switch 3 in the "Unlocked" position. Direct the instrument at wall A and switch on the instrument. Activate the horizontal laser line or laser dot and mark the position of the line or the dot on wall A (-> A1).