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The Stabila 48 in Magnetic Electronic Tech Level brings highend leveling to all kinds of contractors.  Being Contractor friendly, the desplay on the Stabila Tech Level will rotate with the upside down level so you can read the display with ease.

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Posted in Laser Testing By Dan Hill

The 24" inch Gen 2 Smart Level has been on the market for many years.  The 24" Inch Gen 2 Smart Level has the perfect electronic digital level for the professional carpenter, framer, plumber, concrete worker or ADA inspector.

The New 24 inch Gen 3 Smart Level, that does cost more, has some upgrades versus the Gen 2 Model.  I have listed the upgrades below.  ( Both Gen 2 and Gen 3 Smart Levels are available on my website - www.lascolaser.com)

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Stabila 48-Inch Tech Electronic Level with Case

The Stabila 48-inch Tech Electronic level brings high end leveling to all types of contractors.  Being contractor friendly, the display on Stabila Tech Level will rotate with the upside down level so you can read the display with ease.

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Posted in Laser Testing By Dan HIll

The Laserline cut fill rod has been on the market for many years. Contractors around the world have been buying the Cut/Fill Rods for use with many types of Laser receivers (This rod also goes by the name "Direct Reading Rod").

Another product I like on the market for the contractor is the AGL SmartRod Cut/Fill Receiver.  This is a electronic cut/fill rod compared to the manual grade rod sstyle with a moving tape.

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Lasco Laser & Instrument Company (www.lascolaser.com) has been selling and servicing leveling and
measuring contractor products since 1975. There are many new products on the market that can
save the contractor time and money. Listed below are 5 great products any contractor would want
under their tree!

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Posted in Laser Testing By Dan Hill

The Americans with Disabilities (ADA) legislation exists to create equal accessibility for all pedestrians,
including anyone in a wheelchair. To that end, anyone involved with the design or construction of walkways
used by the general public or by company employees must provide ADA - compliant walking surfaces.
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