If you are getting a bow in your line after you think your good, go to a long flat area I use a drive lane. Draw a chalk line down the drive lane for close to two hundred feet. Look at the line, if it is bent go back the begining slightly off your existing line. aim the laser in the box and slightly adjust the laser toward the bend. Its only takes a 1/4 turn of the little knobs for micro adjustments. Rechalk a line, keep doing this until there is no bend. Sometmes its fast but other times it has taken me ten lines to get it dead balls acurate. As far as bouncing out of alignment, make sure to always put the laser out as far as you calibrated. If you calibrated it 15 inches off the machine then only use it around that distance. If you move it 2ft off the machine then you need to recalibrate it again. I keep mine on my machine all the time. About once every two weeks I have to adjust it slightly or if I hit a bollard. I am glad the chalk liner is working for you.
Originally posted by jsf343 View Post can you explain this chalk liner more? what does it do, how much is it, etc. or do you have a video? seems I remember this being discussed in an earlier thread but don't recall much about it. You use it with the line laser to install chalk lines rather than snapping them. I make and sell them. See the attached videohttps://youtu.be/pqO25pdg0Jo
can you explain this chalk liner more? what does it do, how much is it, etc. or do you have a video? seems I remember this being discussed in an earlier thread but don't recall much about it.
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