Dumpy Level Top Bubble 7
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Dumpy Level Top Bubble 7"

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Item #HMS-LI-1516
Our Price: $179.99
List Price: $216.00
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Manufacturer: HMS
Sku: LI-1516
Dimensions: 7 x 4 x 6
Weight: 5 lbs
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Features: Dumpy Level Top Bubble 7"

The Hampton Nautical Solid Brass Dumpy Level (also known as an Engineer's Transit) is an instrument of impressive quality and craftsmanship. The Dumpy Level has a 20-power inverting telescope with precision crosshairs and two focusing adjustments. An adjustable spirit level with a protective cover is located on the top of the brass telescope. On the inside of the cover is a mirror to assist in reading the spirit level. There are three leveling adjustments on the base and it is threaded for a surveyor's tripod mount.

Utilizing the fine tuning control allows for the azimuth angle to be accurately adjusted. There is an internal magnetic compass with an inverted compass rose, which can be read correctly through a prism. There is a knurled thumbscrew that you can set in order to freeze the orientation of the compass rose.

7" Long x 4" Wide x 6" High

  • Solid brass housing and body
  • Glass optics for clear viewing
  • Fully-functional level and transit

Research

Authenticity is very important; therefore, every available resource and details to insure that the models are as authentic as possible.

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Design

After the research is complete, we use the software CAD to draft a 3D image of the ship and a majority of the tiny wood pieces.

Using CAD to draft 3D image of the ship

Component Construction

Only the best quality woods were used to make the different parts of each ship. The wood includes: cherry, birch, maple, blackwood, white lotus, walnut, rosewood, teak, yellow siris and light ebony, and more.

Each piece is made by hand; to reduce the time and cost of making these pieces, the computer is attached to a laser cutter, which cuts the piece perfectly every time.

Component construction of handcrafted model ships

Assembly

After the completion of all necessary pieces for the ships, the construction process begins. Each stage of the specialized construction process has experts monitoring. This allows the models to be made faster, and still meet the high quality standards.

Assembly of All Model Ships

Inspection

The final stage of the process is inspection. Once a model meets the strict quality standards, then it is made available for sale. For every order placed, it is inspected before shipped.

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