Double Clip Accu-Lines FlipBoard w CAD-MAT
Accu-Lines® Dual Clip FlipBoard® is a thin, virtually indestructible double clip, double-sided clipboard with options for Accu-Lines Straight Line Sketch Design System on one side, a smooth writing surface for note-taking on the other, or an estimator reference.
The last clipboard you will ever need. Micro etched on one side to sketch straight lines without a ruler. Made of virtually indestructible impact-resistant material, stainless steel clips and designed in the USA! The graph / Accu-Lines side incorporates 1/4″ dark graph spacing with a standard & metric ruler. The opposite side is a smooth writing surface with a clip on each side.
The Accu-Lines FlipBoard incorporates the technology of the original Accu-Line patented straight line sketch design in order for you to perform straight-line sketching without a ruler. Excellent for Drafting, Professional Estimators, Catastrophe Adjusters, Architects, Construction Pros, Engineers, Students & More!
The graph side is the Accu-Lines straight line side which incorporates 1/4″ dark graph spacing and 1″ darker lines allowing for draw to spec accuracy. With a standard & metric ruler, stainless steel clips with removable rubber grips the Accu-Line FlipBoard is the comprehensive tool you’ll use for years to come.
Smooth Writing Side
Flip it over and use the opposite side for smooth writing every time. The smooth writing side includes a stainless steel clip as well to secure your paper for notes and is clean with only the Accu-Lines branding information providing a professional smooth appearance.
- A wide 12cm stainless steel clip ON EACH SIDE to secure paper when your note-taking, or when drawing a detailed sketch using the Accu-Lines sketch tech.
- Efficient & Effective at 9″ x 12″ – The perfect size for letter-size paper.
- Comprised of Impact Resistant Materials.
- Accu-Lines patented tech for drawing straight lines without a ruler!
- 10-12 ounces.
- (H) 12” (W) 9” x (D) 3.5mm”
|Dimensions||12 × 9 in|
With Estimator Reference, Without Estimator Reference