Construction Master Plus EZ and Laser Dimension Master 130 give builders fast, accurate calculations and measurements.
CARSON CITY, Nev. – Calculated Industries (CI) is introducing its newest tools for builders at the National Association of Home Builders 2015 International Builders' show, which takes place January 20-23 in Las Vegas.
The Construction Master Plus EZ (CMP EZ) is the newest in CIs' line of award-winning Construction Master Pro construction-math calculators. The big difference between the CMP EZ and the other models is that, in addition to 140 built-in calculations, the CMP EZ is a Prompting Calculator. With a Prompting Calculator, the user presses a building project key and then scrolls through a series of prompts for quantities, measurements, placement, materials and other possible inputs. After entering the known values, all the available calculations and solutions are displayed. The CMP EZ guides you on the quickest path to solve virtually any construction-math problem in seconds. If a measurement changes, you can just scroll back to it, change it and then re-solve the problem.
Basic and advanced functions give answers for both your everyday and more complex construction calculations. Plus, the built-in materials key gives you instant quantities for everything from drywall and roofing to tile and pavers.
Also being introduced is a new laser measure, the Laser Dimension Master 130. The LDM 130 is a one-person laser measuring tool for distances, areas and volumes. It is easier and faster to use than a tape measure, and more accurate than ultrasonic measures. It measures up to 130 feet with accuracy of 1/8 inch or better over the entire range and has a large, bright, color easy-to-read display.
Distances can be measured in feet-inches, decimal feet, inches or meters. Priced under $100, it is one of the most affordable laser measures available.
Founded in 1978, Calculated Industries is a leading manufacturer of professional trade calculators and digital measuring tools. CI products are designed and tech-supported in Carson City, Nevada.