Smart Scale Ruler for Architectural, Design, and Construction Industry

Smart Scale Ruler is a specially designed ruler dedicated for architectural, design, and construction industry.

In the design industry, software has become the salvation from all things paper, and yet every professional inevitably finds themselves in a situation where paper is absolute and their computer cannot save them. Whether on a construction site, or at a client meeting, the problem often occurs where one has to work with a set of metric drawings when you understand imperial (or vise versa), or you have to work with an entire set of drawings printed out of scale. We are reminded that paper isn’t going anywhere for a while.

We’ve seen measuring tape revolutionized with the laser measure. We have also seen calipers, levels and T-bevels become digitized. It’s time for the scale ruler to catch up.

Smart Scale Ruler for Architectural, Design, and Construction Industry

Smart Scale Ruler for Architectural, Design, and Construction Industry

The Smart Scale Ruler by Joanne Swisterski has a sleek design, intuitive controls and a familiar look, establishing a quick comfort level with the user. It has minimal power consumption, long battery life and is USB chargeable. In-field situations have shown that considerable time and money can be saved with even a single use. Are you interested in this project? You can checkout the update from this page: https://www.smartscaleruler.com.

Smart Scale Ruler for Architectural, Design, and Construction Industry

Smart Scale Ruler for Architectural, Design, and Construction Industry

Smart Scale Ruler for Architectural, Design, and Construction Industry

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3 thoughts on “Smart Scale Ruler for Architectural, Design, and Construction Industry

  1. I want one! When is it out?? I’m in the architural industry and it’s good to finally see a product like this. A bridge between the real world and Revit/ Blubeam.

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