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Engineer Supply carries a variety of laser level accessories that make it easier and less time-consuming to use these tools while you’re on the job site, and all of them come from top-rated brands. We have everything from protective glasses to laser poles. So if you’re looking for one of the best places to buy a laser target or any other tool you can use with a laser level, be sure to look at what we have in stock.

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Set up your laser level on a tripod on firm, dry ground while making sure it’s stable. Turn on the laser level, and give it a moment to self-level. Identify the initial height of your grade, because the pitch will slope downward from there. Place the bottom of the leveling rod at the desired height, adjust the laser detector up or down until you hear a beep, and secure the detector. Identify the desired amount of fall from the top of the grade to the bottom, move the detector up to the desired height, and secure it. Walk to where the bottom of the grade will be, and find level with the laser detector. Depending on the workspace, you will have to either lift the rod or dig into the ground. The bottom of the leveling rod represents the bottom of the grade. Mark the spot by inserting a stick into the ground, and make sure it displays your desired height.


These types of laser tools can help you work faster, safer, and smarter. They’re ideal for grading, concrete flatwork, masonry work, as well as for setting forms and fittings. A dual-slope model will allow you to tilt the laser into one or two planes, which can eliminate the need for complex slope calculations while you’re on the job. Once you turn the device on, it will self-level and rotate along a horizontal plane. If tilt mode is on, the laser will shut off if it’s bumped. This will prevent erroneous measurements due to laser movement. If tilt mode is turned off, the device will automatically re-level and restart if it’s bumped. A rotary laser level can make it easier to set up drainage ditches on concrete flatwork as well as on any type of grading project.

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If you’re a professional who works in the construction or surveying industry, you want to get the most accurate measurements in the most efficient manner possible. That’s why Engineer Supply offers a variety of laser accessories from some of the best manufacturers in the industry. We want to offer the best to our customers, because we know how important it is for surveyors and construction professionals to have to right tools. If you’re looking for a laser target or some other tool you can use with your laser level, be sure to look at what we have in stock.


Whether you’re looking for a laser target or some other product you can use with your laser level, you can find what you need at Engineer Supply. We have a variety of laser accessories that can meet a variety of needs, and all of them are of the highest quality. We know that, as a professional, you need to have access to the right tools. That’s why we’re committed to giving our customers the absolute best. Feel free to look at what we have in our store. We’re sure you’ll be able to find a product that will meet your specific needs.

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What is a laser target?

A laser target can help you find the laser by making the beam more visible. Some of them also have a magnetic base, so you can attach it to a ceiling grid or set of steel studs. Feel free to look at what we have at Engineer Supply, so you can browse through the broad selection of laser accessories we have in stock.

What kind of accessories can I buy for a laser level?

Here are some of the common types of laser level accessories:
  • Laser Level Detector— This tool can come in handy if you’re using a laser level in an area where the distance or lighting conditions make it harder to see a laser beam with the naked eye.
  • Laser Level Tripod— You can set your laser level on this three-legged stand so you can shoot the beam from a specific height, which is a necessary tool if you want to maximize your efficiency.
  • Grade Rod— Also called a “leveling rod,” this tool will allow you to measure elevation differences. And while it can be used in different ways by architects, engineers, and contractors, one of its more common applications is to find a beam coming from a laser level.
  • Laser Safety Glasses— You need to wear safety glasses if you work in an environment where there might be a lot of dust or anything that can damage your eyes. So if you’re working on or near a laser level, you’ll need to put on a pair of glasses that will protect your eyes from getting damaged by the beam.
If you’re looking for a place where you can buy a variety of laser accessories, be sure to look at what we have at Engineer Supply.

What kind of construction tools use a laser?

Here are some of the common types of construction lasers:
  • Plumb or Dot Lasers— These laser tools produce one or a series of dots that can be used as a reference on a wall or work surface. They work in the same way as a reference point or plumb bob.
  • Line Level Lasers— Also called “laser line generators,” they emit a level line on the wall. They can also emit the reference in a “cross-hair” fashion, but they will typically emit a single line in one direction along a single wall or workspace.
  • Rotary Level Lasers— They emit a level line in a “rotary fashion” around an entire room along a 360-degree horizontal plane. They’re a little larger and can be mounted on a tripod. Some rotary lasers can be placed on their sides by using an optional trivet, so you can project the beam along a vertical plane.
If you’re looking for a laser level or any accessories to go with it, be sure to look at what we have in stock.

How are lasers used for surveying?

Lasers can make it possible for one person to perform leveling or grading tasks that would normally need the help of a second person, which is sometimes the case if you were using more traditional methods. Three of the most common applications for laser surveying include:
  • Leveling work sites.
  • Grading terrain.
  • Leveling floors.
If you’re looking for a laser tool you can use for surveying, be sure to look at what we have at Engineer Supply.

Where can I buy laser accessories?

If you’re looking for a place where you can choose from a variety of laser level accessories, you can find what you need at Engineer Supply. We have a number of products that can meet a variety of needs. Some of the laser accessories we have in stock include but may not be limited to:
  • Protective laser glasses
  • Laser targets
  • Laser poles
  • Laser jamb poles
If you’re looking for a laser target or some other accessory you can use with a laser construction tool, be sure to look at what we have in our store.

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