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Jean Cras rigid plexiglass ruler 3 mm | Picksea
  • Jean Cras rigid plexiglass ruler 3 mm | Picksea
  • Reference: TP-1990001

Jean Cras ruler plexi 3 mm

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The Jean Cras 3 mm ruler from Topoplastic

The Jean Cras ruler manufactured by Topoplastic is approved by the Merchant Navy, the National Navy, the Civil Aviation and the Air Force for work and calculations on maps. The rights of the name Jean Cras are exclusive to the Topoplastic company.

Detailed characteristics of the ruler

  • Plexiglass 3 mm
  • Length: 385 mm
  • High quality hot stamping
  • Navy, Air Force and Army approved ruler
  • Welded and printed PVC case

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