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Parts for Mayline Straightedges.
Includes 27 1/2' of nylon-covered stainless steel wire, spring, two eyelets, and two front wire connectors. Fits straightedge Alvin models 1101 and 2201 as well as Mayline parallel bars.
Perfect for engineering and construction applications. Every Mayline parallel ruling straightedge bar begins with a durable black phenolic laminate base where a transparent blade is inset for see-through registration and fine line quality. For...
The Alvin Paral-Liner Straightedge Parallel Bars are perfect for drafting, engineering and construction applications.
Parts for Mayline® Straightedges. Lubricated stainless steel replacement cable with Nylon coating. 19'.
Parts for Mayline® Straightedges. Lubricated stainless steel replacement cable with Nylon coating. 23'.
Contains two front wire connectors, two rear pulley assemblies, and six 3/4" screws. Wire not included. Hardware kit for models 1101 and 2201 made 2015 or later.
A deluxe version of the popular Alvin Paral-Liner series, with an integral comfort grip bar to control straightedge movement.
Contains two each of end caps, knobs, and screws. End cap replacement kit for models 1101 and 2201 made 2015 or later.
For all types of parallel ruling attachments. Braided wire is corrosion resistant. Outside diameter is .035". Available in spools and packages. Packages are cut to length coils and will save time in measuring, cutting, and coiling.
Nylon-Covered Stainless Steel Wire. 100-ft roll.
Mayline Mobile Parallel Ruling Straightedges with NO ROLLERS offer the E-Z Grip cap which provides simple, fingertip movement of straightedge. Above board mounting hardware included. DEW Recommends the Mayline Straightedges with Derin Rollers. ...
Even in today’s world of electronics, many drafting and design professionals are still using parallel straightedges to draw a line that is straight. Parallel Bars help with detailed drawings but can also be used for quick sketches before reproducing your ideas electronically.
Professional mobile straightedges afford friction-less operation through the floating action of the nylon or metal rollers mounted underneath the blade while straightedges with no rollers are a more economical option.