Laser Liner for Lettering
Writing calligraphy or anything on a blank paper can be really bothersome if you have to measure and draw lines to line up your lettering perfectly, and then have to erase them afterwards. Not only will it take so much of your time but it can also smear mark on the paper. This is where our Laser Liner for Lettering can help you. Just switch it on and it will emit a laser that will guide you in writing the perfectly lined up letters. It can also be used as a guide in cutting woodworks, stair boards, partitions, laying tiles and more.
HOW TO USE LASER LINER FOR YOUR CALLIGRAPHY:
- Draw guidelines depending on the line spacing that you want (vertically). Make sure the guidelines are on a larger paper than your envelopes (or whatever you are working on).
- Position your envelope on the guideline. Make sure the bottom edge of your envelope sits on the last line of the guideline template. Use a binder clip to hold the envelope in position. You want to make sure that you don’t hold the envelope too tightly since it might leave an impression.
- Next, place your Laser Liner at the left edge of your envelope. The laser line should overlap the top-most line on your guideline template.
- You should now be seeing the laser line on your envelope as well. Now, make sure that the laser overlaps that same line to the right of your envelope.
- When the laser line overlaps both the left and the right guidelines, you’ll know that it is indeed making a straight line on the envelope.
- That’s all! Simply write on the laser line (as you would in a notebook), and repeat the steps as you move downwards.
- Material: ABS
- Laser Wavelength: 532（nm）
- Power: AG13 battery
- Accuracy: ± 0.5mm / m
- Optical Power: ≤ 5mw