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Default Small Laser needed for School Project

For my freshman design class, I am redesigning the goniometer. The goniometer is used by physical therapists to measure the angle in which a particular joint can move. For my design, I want to use lasers to help align the device with landmarks on the arms/legs to get a more accurate reading.
I don't know much about lasers and was hoping to get some help. Ideally, the laser I would get would be the thickness of a coin. It obviously does not need to be super strong or anything, just small and inexpensive.


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Hello check this post here you can find the different lasers in reasonable price so may be you can find here your required.
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