This "curve" thing is why it is handy to have a camera tripod. You can get the
laser up to the level you are shooting, even if you have to sit it on a table.
The $20 one I have (Harbor Fright) is tapped for 1/4-20 to take the camera
I bought the $35 model from Sears. Great little tool that has helped me a
lot while I redo my basement.
It blasts a line on walls and floors and ceilings. Very much recommended for
: raymondj wrote:
: > I was looking for one but many seem to not be very accurate.
: > I just want to hang shelves, tiles, etc. Does not need to be
: > industrial grade but I do want accuracy. Any advice on what to buy?
: I bought the $35 model from Sears. Great little tool that has helped me a
: lot while I redo my basement.
: It blasts a line on walls and floors and ceilings. Very much recommended
: home-handyman work.
I'll second that.... Mine came in awfully handy when installing my kitchen
cabinets. Actually picked it up after I had used a chalkline and string
level to set the initial height. I was pleased to see that the laser level
line was dead on the chalkline. I too used a camera tripod, and it took
some finagling to get the line level and at the desired height. And make
sure once you do, you don't bump the tripod ;-)....
Not only was it used to set the horizontal height, but shooting a vertical
line made locating studs a breeze.
The laser level has two bubble levels and the base three adjustable legs.
Others are correct in stating that the line is only as level as the unit
is... And with the 'rose-colored' glasses, seeing the line in bright light
is a snap.
Need a straight line across the ceiling, piece of cake...
Say what you will about Craftsman tools, I give this one 4.5 out of 5 stars.
Just get a long clear hose and fill it with water then close the ends
with a bolt.
Duct tape the end to where you want to chaulk your line.
I'm still trying to get this goddamned microchip out of my back that
George Bush and the secret service stuck there in 1982.
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