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  1. NathanMorgan
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    im after a tripod that is low enough to set the laser level so that the laser will hit sockets at 450mm, any recommendations?
     
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    Got my mate to weld square section of steel tube onto a small plate. Stands nicely on floor and good for the level magnet to stick to :D
     
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    You could always get a telescopic laser level pole that runs from floor to ceiling.
     
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    There are actually some really snazzy articles,associated with the GoPro gear. I think my lad has a small,light,folding tripod for his GoPro,which would double for low level work.

    I still use an ancient self-levelling Hilti job,which has done an incredible amount of setting out,for me. No grid,or green carry-on,but very reliable.

    At about the height mentioned,i would always use Tel's suggestion,ie summat heavy. In my experience,nothing gets kicked quicker on site,than a low tripod:)

    Me pal was on a large crawler crane,putting steelwork up,at the Trafford Centre,and some surveyor set his 8 grand laser rig and tripod,behind his tracks,in the exclusion area...the poor dude had to wait 4 hours before me pal tracked forwards,to reveal what was left...(not much)
     
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    My laser came with a clamp!
     
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    mine came with an invoice.
     
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