leveling screw

leveling screw

[′lev·ə·liŋ ‚skrü]
(engineering)
An adjusting screw used to bring an instrument into level.
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One box includes the mount head, hand controller, battery charger, cables, leveling screws, and tripod-locking knob, all neatly tucked into a foam-fitted carrying case.
You then level the mount on the tripod by twisting the leveling screws as needed to center the built-in bubble level on the base.
The stand column is made from clear anodized aluminum with a steel weldment base.The base has leveling screws and castors for easy setup.
Installed using leveling screws, Corporate Track can be installed on top of any existing flooring, even carpet, with no damage and also comes with a pre-finished, non-slip decking that has the ability to be easily re-leveled.
Once the instrument is mounted on the tripod, the next step is to level the instrument (set the telescope horizontal).The instrument is leveled by turning the four leveling screws in the correct sequence.
Consisting of a telescope with cross-hairs, a spirit level, a horizontal angle scale, and four leveling screws.
There should be leveling screws on the feet and a circular bubble level on the table itself.