How to Use a Line Level?


If you are going to use a line level you must be doing some kind of surveying. Make sure you start on a 0 plane, meaning your not slanted up or down, which could skew your measurements. With the two sights in view of each other, align your contact points and you have your first measure. Repeat until finished.
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How to Use a Line Level
A line level is a tool you can use to project a straight line on a wall, floor or ceiling. It creates a laser line, usually about 10 feet long, at the same level around a room. Use this line to ensure a straight row of pictures, even paint borders and... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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