Saturday, June 13, 2015

An Architect's Tape Measure that Measures Up

When working on a project, measurements act as the skeleton of the skeleton of the design. They dictate where and how everything fits and eventually adds up to a completed final product. Because measurements are so vital, any miscalculation can result in disaster. With so much riding one just one aspect of construction, it's best to have exactly what you need.

Measurements have to be two things to work. They have to be exact, and they have to be right. If the distance between 1/4" and 1/8" isn't exactly consistent across the length of the tape measure, then the correct information isn't being applied to the project. Respectively, if the distance between 1/4" and 1/8" is wrong, then the same results will be met. The architect tape measure delivers on both aspects which means no second guessing the accuracy. At 5 feet long, this tape measure provides graduations at both 1/4" and 1/8" to the foot. This kind of micro-precision adds up to superior craftsmanship that is noticeable when compared to cruder measurements. Not only does the architect tape measure feature precise math, the bright yellow enamel coating makes everything easy to read, even in dimly lit areas.

This tape measure isn't just for the drafting table, either. It's compact design means it can fit in a pocket, and the spring-action tape return lets the user spool the tape back with the press of a button. Even at heights and in situations where hand usage is vital this tape measure shines with a looped cord that can be secured around a wrist. The best tools are the ones that can serve more than one purpose and be used in an array of situations. This product can go anywhere and deliver accurate and easy to read results, and then be tucked away until it's needed again.


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