measuring tape

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mittanauha

measuring tape

nmetro a nastro
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

measuring tape

n cinta métrica
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A prime example of TSL's diversification is length measuring tapes which are used in all industries from fabricators to surveyors.
Google's augmented reality app 'Measure' turns ARCore-compatible Android smartphones into digital measuring tapes, as reported by Ars Technica.
During the events, the information booklets and measuring tapes will be distributed.
The obesity specialists are touring shopping centres, supermarkets and community buildings with their measuring tapes in a bid to find the overweight.
Fisco Tools, based in Rayleigh in Essex, is Britain's leading developer and manufacturer of measuring tapes.
Then they got out their measuring tapes and laser mapping equipment and started charting the scene.
Obviously not the office where they thought you had taken out some of those theodolite things and measuring tapes.
"Without the portable System 3000i, there would have been no way to inspect something that big other than 'hand' methods such as measuring tapes, templates and height gauges," said Bill Norris, vice president of product development for Waukesha Kramer.
"During the dance the children have measuring tapes and use gestures such as looking at watches and ensuring everyone is in line for the start of the race," explained Heather.
Laser Tape ($59): There's no need to use cumbersome manual measuring tapes anymore--just point and push the "Read" button.
The TS305 and TS315 from the Spectra Precision Optical line of products offers a complete layout solution that eliminates the need for using measuring tapes, plumb bobs, theodolites or separate distance measuring equipment to give the general contractor more control and better accuracy on the job site.