POWERLOCK TAPE RULE *Stud markings every 16″ *Life guard yellow blade, protected with “blanket wrap” Mylar *Belt clip on back of case *Takes standard replacement blade *Carded *3/4″x16’The Stanley 16-Foot Powerlock Tape Rule provides positive blade lock with no creeping. A special Tru-Zero hook does double-duty as a pivot for drawing circles and arcs. For longer life and durability, this tape measure features a Mylar polymer-coated blade, a heat-treated spring, and a chrome-plated metal case.
Trust Stanley to deliver the tape rule that’s right for you. See the full line of Stanley tape rules. A convenient belt clip is fastened on back of the case. The tape blade measures 3/4-inch-by-16-feet. It comes with Stanley’s limited lifetime warranty. About Stanley PowerLock Tape Systems
With a classic design and updated features that add durability and performance, the PowerLock line of tape measures is the perfect balance between classic Stanley design and the best innovation
- Tape rule provides positive blade lock with no creeping
- Special True-Zero hook allows use of nail as pivot to draw circles and arches
- Chrome-plated metal case
- Mylar polymer-coated blade and heat-treated spring for long life and durability
- Stanley’s limited lifetime warranty; measures 3/4-inch-by-16-feet
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Question by rebeccad_14: How do you build a measuring wheel?
I’m building a mini measuring wheel and i’m concerned about how I will mark the wheel’s turn. For example, I thought of making a clicking sound, but how?
I have to hand make this
Answer by KeD
I would buy a cheap pizza cutter for a couple of bucks, then just mark the edge like a ruler with a Sharpie. A single wheel’s turn can be marked with a longer line.
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