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The Proline Laser produces a crisp, collimated laser reference beam that forms a bulls-eye pattern for easy visual alignment and precise measuring.  This innovative laser is enclosed within a precision machined housing, ensuring that the laser reference beam is parallel to the side and base surfaces within 0.003 degree, or <0.030 inch at 50 feet.  This level of accuracy is ideally suited for setting straight machinery runs, aligning production equipment, transferring mechanical points, locating shafts and bearing mounts, aligning belts and pulleys, and countless other industrial tasks.

A finely ruled target and magnetic base are easily moved around for checking alignments, allowing one person to perform the work of several.  The kit includes a leveling base so the laser can measure flat planes and machined surfaces.  A 90 degree laser prism is useful for squaring machinery and checking the parallelism of rails, tracks and guides.  A growing line of versatile targets, mounts and attachments expands the versatility of the Proline Laser and any task, however specialized.  The Proline Laser and all of its attachments are stored in a durable carrying case for convenience and easy transport.

The Proline Alignment Kit is a versatile, inexpensive tool that will provide you with the accuracy that you need to keep your equipment running smoothly and it’s efficiency will save you time and money.  The Proline Laser and all its accessories are machined from solid aluminum with stainless steel parts and protected by a hard anodized coating for years of dependable use on the factory floor.  Like all Pinpoint products, the Proline is manufactured right here in the United States of a well-built quality that is unsurpassed.

For more information on this product or other news items, please contact Pinpoint Laser Systems, Inc. at 1-800-757-5383, or email cjlord@pinlaser.com.

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