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AGL

A new product from machine-control-system manufacturer AGL, the EAGL 3000 self-leveling rotating laser uses high-performance tilt sensors to ensure precise, repeatable self-leveling of better than plus or minus one-sixteenth of an inch at a distance of 100 feet. The user can rake in a single slope, matching up to 6 percent positive or negative slope in the X axis, while the Y axis remains compe...

July 01, 2007

AGLA new product from machine-control-system manufacturer AGL, the EAGL 3000 self-leveling rotating laser uses high-performance tilt sensors to ensure precise, repeatable self-leveling of better than plus or minus one-sixteenth of an inch at a distance of 100 feet. The user can rake in a single slope, matching up to 6 percent positive or negative slope in the X axis, while the Y axis remains compensated. One-touch electronic leveling in horizontal provides fast and simple setup. AGL's automatic systems are easily adaptable to a variety of machines, from dozers and motor graders to trenchers and agricultural tractors.

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