Why to use crosshair lasers?
LAP cross lasers show working points or right-angled stops. They mark the point where a tool will start working, or an angle for alignment in two directions, like the corner of an object.
A single crosshair laser is used to outlines corners. Two crosshairs serve as guides for placing rectangular objects like labels.
It is also possible to use a combination of crosshair, line and point lasers. For complete outlines, polylines or organic shapes, please have a look at our laser projectors.
Where can crosshair lasers be used?
Crosshair lasers can be used in all industries for alignment and positioning tasks, from small craft stores to large-scale industrial production.
LAP crosshair lasers are mainly used in the automotive or wood industries. But you can also use the crosshair lasers just as well to position textiles on sewing machines, to align paper rolls, to indicate cutouts on finished parts, mark assembly positions, project lines for camera systems and much more
Crosshair laser pointers can be used for alignment and positioning in industries and crafts from the small workshop to the large-scale industrial production.
Crosshair laser for wood industry
LAP lasers are used throughout the processing cycle of the wood industry. Especially the crosshair laser help align logs in front of the gang saw or to align boards in front of the aligning boards in front of the edger.
Crosshair laser for automotive industries and suppliers
During the production of vehicles and the necessary accessories, alignment work regularly occurs that can be done quickly and effectively with lasers. For example, when it comes to positioning seats, aligning displays, placing plastic parts, testing headlights or checking the correct assembly.