Written by Tracey Tun on February 22nd, 2018

The L2P5 is an all in one cross line and point laser tool.

With 180° horizontal and vertical lines, plus four laser points all calibrated to perfect 90° angles, the L2P5 is the Swiss Army knife of laser levels -- one tool for any leveling or point-transfer job. Think of it as a level, chalk line and plumb bob all-in-one.

It is the perfect tool for 90˚ layouts.

A 180° fan angle lets you put it in a corner to layout the whole room.

Written by Tracey Tun on February 22nd, 2018

The Leica L2+ is a cross line laser level with a dual fan angle of 180˚. 

The 180˚ angle allows you put the tool in a corner to layout the whole room.

Use the horizontal and vertical lines together to produce a perfect 90˚ cross line, or toggle between vertical only and horizontal only depending on the application.

The L2+ has a 50' range.

The L2+ self leveling pendulum lets you know your line is out of level by blinking. Once level, the line goes solid. Lock the pendulum to set out angled lines and to protect the mechanism when you aren't using it.

Written by Tracey Tun on February 22nd, 2018

The Leica Lino P5 projects five laser beams, which are exactly at right angles to one another. 

It is the perfect tool for 90˚ layouts and vertical point transfer.

The P5 self leveling pendulum lets you know your tool is out of level by disabling the laser dot. The dot appears once level. Lock the pendulum to set out angled points and to protect the mechanism when you aren't using it.

The lasers and pendulum are housed in a rugged, job site ready body. It is IP54 rated dust-proof and splash protected.

Written by Tracey Tun on February 22nd, 2018

The Leica L2 is a cross line laser level with a dual fan angle of 120˚. 

The L2 is the perfect cross line laser for putting the finishing touches on any home. 

It is light, simple to use, and is the most accurate line laser in its class.

Use the horizontal and vertical lines together to produce a perfect 90˚ cross line, or toggle between vertical only and horizontal only mode depending on the application.

Written by Tracey Tun on February 22nd, 2018

The Leica Lino P3 projects 3 laser beams, which are exactly at right angles to one another. 

Use it for 90˚ layouts and vertical point transfer.

The P3 self leveling pendulum lets you know your tool is out of level by disabling the laser dot. The dot appears once level. Lock the pendulum to set out angled points and to protect the mechanism when you aren't using it.

The lasers and pendulum are housed in a rugged, job site ready body. It is IP54 rated dust-proof and splash protected.

Written by Ellen Caywood on January 11th, 2018

One of the most challenging situations we had was getting all the necessary dimensions, without human error or simply forgetting a dimension, to the office.... This has all been alleviated with the BLK360.

Written by Ellen Caywood on January 11th, 2018

It’s great to work within a virtual copy of the existing space that’s captured quickly and true to life.

Jim Balding from The ANT Group covers his experience having their offices in Orange, California scanned by the Leica BLK360.

Click through to read about their experience, watch a video and download their scan data.

Written by John Rowles on December 11th, 2017
Written by John Rowles on September 21st, 2017

"None of the students had ever done laser scanning before. In 2.5 hours the scanning group had finished their work on their own. The result was 15 scans, including scans on each of the three inner balconies. All the scans were (to my great surprise) registered properly on the iPad."

 - Romi Rancken, Instructor, Novia University of Applied Sciences in Raseborg, Finland

Full text of Romi's email:

Dear Leica Geosystems,

Just a small success story related to the BLK360:

Written by Ellen Caywood on August 31st, 2017

We started shipping BLK360s to customers a few months ago and the results we are seeing are incredible. Take a look below to see some of the initial scans and to hear the feedback from the field.

Maxwell Construction

The point cloud was overlaid on a .tif image of a plumbing plan in CAD. I located 3 plumbing errors and was able to modify before slab was poured for a $1,500 savings.

-- Pete Lyness, Maxwell Construction

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