carpenter's level


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carpenter's level

[′kär·pən·tərz ‚lev·əl]
(design engineering)
A bar, usually of aluminum or wood, containing a spirit level.

carpenter’s level

carpenter’s level
An instrument used by a carpenter to determine a horizontal or a vertical line; consists of a spirit level set in a straight bar of wood or metal.
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It has been standard practice to level the drainage collection system with the assistance of a carpenter's level prior to adjusting the height of the collection bag or cylinder.
Photographed in elegant black and white by Swiss photographer Hans Gissinger, the Level bottle balances like a carpenter's level in the three executions to dramatize the perfect balance of the vodka within.
Use a carpenter's level to accurately align the tops of the first row of stones (Photo 4).
long carpenter's level of polypropylene at the show.
During the quarter, the company learned that its popular LL-100 Finish-Line laser carpenter's level will be included in this year's Sears Christmas catalog.
Set the paver on the sand and check it with a short carpenter's level.
Rotary tiller or spade * Rake * Carpenter's level * Tamper * Hose * Rubber mallet * Bench broom
Our products continue to enjoy a dominant position in our traditional marketplace and we are broadening our efforts to less cyclical markets, such as remodeling, through affordable laser instruments like the ML-200 and the popular Finish-Line laser carpenter's level, both introduced in 1995," said Mihalovich.
Using a carpenter's level, make sure the bottom of the hole is flat.
Use the longest carpenter's level you can find (a 4- or 6-ft.
maul * hammer * circular saw * stepladder * small stepstool (a two- or three-step type works well) * carpenter's level * utility knife * Phillips and straight tip screwdrivers * nail set.