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GLRPPR Sector Resource: LaserPaint


LaserPaint is a laser device that attaches to any spray gun and enhances spray technique while decreasing costs, materials, wastes and time. LaserPaint uses two laser beams that come together into a single dot when the spray gun is at the optimum distance. If the gun is moved too close or too far, or angled, the beams separate into two dots, allowing the operator to make adjustments to his technique to maintain the single dot distance. Developed by the Iowa Waste Reduction Center, this technology is available for all automotive, military and industrial customers.


Iowa Waste Reduction Center

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