TODAY’S PATENT- TAPE MEASURING DEVICE
The TAPE MEASURING DEVICE was invented by Marcel Legare (Charlesbourg, Quebec) on the 10th of April, 1990, bearing patent number US4914830A.
This current invention provides the measuring instrument, especially for the tape measuring system along with a holder for marking tool likewise pencil, pen, such that objects. The present invention’s purpose is to offer an inexpensive and easy way to improve the version of the tape measuring instrument. This instrument contains a box that is designed in rectangular form, created of metal, plastic, and such other material used to encompass a graduated steel tape put into a reel. The box is formed by the two halves with a vertical plane and included in the screws that will place at the corners of such box. According to this invention, the box has contained a pencil or pen, these marked objects are put in one arm of the V design seat, and passed by the opening in the arm. Based on the one arms of V is chosen as marking the tip of the pencil will enlarge against the one or another edge of the tape.