The kit consists of a cylindrical 2.250 or 1.000-in.-diameter laser that is held right in the bore, tool-holder, chuck, or shaft mount. A digital receiver projects the beam. The mount is reversible so the receiver can catch the beam coming either through the bore tube or from the outside. Measurement readings, in a range of over 80 ft, are transmitted to a handheld display. A computer interface stores the readings and connects the Microgage to programs and spreadsheets.

Pinpoint Laser Systems
3 Graf Rd., Suite 14
Newburyport, MA 01950
(800) 757-5383
www.pinlaser.com