- Complete system for layout and marking of radii
- Flexible poles for curved edges
- Locking velcro holds poles onto cleats, inserted between pavers, at each end
- New quick anchors are also included for faster and easier layout
- Can connect multiple poles together for unlimited lengths
- Each pole is 10 lineal feet
Do not flex the poles tighter than 6 ft. to avoid damage!
Lay out Quick Anchors every two to three feet along the border you want to mark. The curved edge of the Quick Anchor faces down.
Take a paver and cover the long flat metal strip of the Quick Anchor. This provides weight and friction for the Quick Anchor to hold the Flex Poles in place.
Start installing the Flex Poles from either end of the border area. Start by lifting up the curved end of the Quick Anchor and hooking the metal curve over the top of the Flex Pole. Continue this process until the entire Flex Pole is hooked underneath the Quick Anchors. If the length needed is longer than ten feet you should connect the Flex Poles together to create a longer marking tool. Additional Flex Poles can be added to create an unlimited length marking tool.
Once the Flex Poles are in place on the paver surface, the installer is then able to see the curve before it is marked. The Flex Poles define the inside border of the Soldier Course. If the installer wants to change the shape of the line before marking, the Quick Anchors can be easily moved back and forth to change the curve of the Flex Pole.
With the Flex Pole in the desired place, the installer can now mark the curve formed by the Flex Poles on the paver surface. We recommend soap stones for marking the final lines.
After the paver surface is marked, remove the Flex Marker from the pavers before cutting. If PAVE EDGE has been installed first, follow the above steps, but measure the soldier course distance from the wall of the edging to properly align the Flex Poles for marking.
Note: the Flex Marker kit comes with seven Quick Anchors and two Cleats. The Cleats are used in place of the Quick Anchors for tighter curves which create more pressure on the Flex Poles. The Cleat has a bottom fin that is wedged into the paver joint to hold the Cleat in place. There is also a Fuzzy tube that slides over the Flex Pole and adheres to the Cleat with Velcro. The Fuzzy tube can roll back and forth on the Cleat's Velcro to change the shape of the curve.
Part Number: 3000000
Weight: 5 lbs (2.3 kg.)
Length: 10 lineal feet per pole