These durable clear acrylic rulers feature sharp graphic grid markings and include centering lines. One edge is beveled and the other has a stainless steel edge designed for cutting. Three silicon grips keep the ruler from sliding during use. The rulers feature a 1/8" grid with a 1/16" graduated edge.
Use this 12" rolling ruler for drawing parallel lines, circles, arcs, angles and 3D objects. It is ideal for students, artists and designers in creating charts, graphs, patterns and technical drawings. It features a built-in protractor with inch and centimeter markings.
Designed to fit conveniently in a shirt pocket or travel lightly in a backpack or briefcase, this transparent blue plastic ruler folds from 12" ruler to a 6" ruler for compact storage. It is inch and metric calibrated for a variety of uses and features large markings for easy reading.
This budget-priced, tinted plastic ruler fits most binders. For adaptation to any binder there are five standard ringbinder holes, plus a large hanging hole for easy storage. Markings are graduated in inches (1/16" markings) and metric (cm and mm).
This interconnecting ruling system allows users to create multi-sided shapes of many sizes and proportions. Angles and shapes are formed by selectively snapping rulers into sliding protractors and scaling to desired configurations. The ruler displays simultaneous side and angle measurements in inches (1/16 increments) on one side and centimeters on the other. It provides the ability to form and scale polygons of virtually any shape configuration. Users can selectively lock angles and snap the rule segments end-to-end to extend side lengths.
This 12" rolling ruler makes it easy to draw horizontal parallel lines by drawing a line along straight edge and rolling ruler downward to desired space to repeat drawing line. Circles up to 24" diameter can be made by rolling the ruler in an arc. Great for drawing angles and crosshatching.
A transparent 2" x 24" ruler calibrated in 8ths and 16ths of an inch on one side and millimeters on the other. Each centimeter line is extended to the inch scale offering a comparison between English and metric scales. Zero centering English scale.