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Lignomat

Ligno-Scanner D Moisture Meter

Item 846552
Model D

$210.00

  • Contiguous 48 States Shipping Only
  • Ships from Manufacturer, Expedited Shipping Unavailable
  • - Ships in approximately 5 business days
  • The Ligno-Scanner D is the woodworker's choice for a pinless meter. Measuring depth of 3/4". This meter measures from 5-60% with a resolution of 0.1%. Measures wood with 71 species settings or specific gravity: 0.3-1.0. Includes reference scale for readings of laminates and other...

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    The Ligno-Scanner D is the woodworker's choice for a pinless meter. Measuring depth of 3/4". This meter measures from 5-60% with a resolution of 0.1%. Measures wood with 71 species settings or specific gravity: 0.3-1.0. Includes reference scale for readings of laminates and other composites. Ideal for cabinet makers, flooring installers and furniture makers.

    Shipping / Billing Information

    This product ships direct from the manufacturer:

    • Your order will ship in approximately 5 business days.
    • This product is considered special order. Your account will be charged when you place your order.
    • Express or overnight shipping is not available for this product.
    • Ships via ground to the 48 contiguous states.

    Return Information

    Lignomat accepts returns within 30 days of purchase for items in unused, resaleable condition. Contact Woodcraft Customer Service at 800-535-4482 with any return questions.

    Warranty Information

    Lignomat warraties their products for 2 years. Contact Woodcraft Customer Service at 800-535-4482 with warranty issues.

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