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String line reels are conventionally used in construction work to provide a visible line by which the construction worker can use for aligning multiple construction units, e.g., bricks or cinder blocks. An old and well known string line reel is disclosed in the Oxendahl patent U.S. Pat. No. 4,285,277 whereby a string line is wound on a cord bearing head rotatably disposed on an elongated handle. However, the string line reel disclosed in this patent requires some extra work on the part of the construction worker in the fixing of the free end of the string line to the construction work and the holding of the string line reel at the opposite end of the string line when it is deployed. In other words, the string line reel is not self supporting. The patent to Winstead U.S. Pat. No. 1,094,286 does, however, disclose a string line reel and holder which is self supporting when in use. The string line in this patent is wound around a hand rotatable reel at one end and is fixed to a support at its opposite end. When in use, the string line is placed on a wall or other surface and becomes strained between the rotatable reel and the opposite support and therefore, the system is self supporting. The Heavner patent U.S. Pat. No. 6,412,184 discloses the use of line blocks and respective line holders located at opposite ends of a brick wall to stretch respective guide lines or string lines between opposing ends of the brick wall in order to maintain proper placement and alignment of brick courses. The line blocks in the Heavner patent are disclosed as being T-shaped. In this patent, the string line is under tension when the line blocks and line holders are used in the system. However, the line holders in this patent are neither shown nor disclosed.

String line reels are conventionally used in construction work to provide a visible line by which the construction worker can use for aligning multiple construction units, e.g., bricks or cinder blocks. An old and well known string line reel is disclosed in the Oxendahl patent U.S. Pat. No. 4,285,277 whereby a string line is wound on a cord bearing head rotatably disposed on an elongated handle. However, the string line reel disclosed in this patent requires some extra work on the part of the construction worker in the fixing of the free end of the string line to the construction work and the holding of the string line reel at the opposite end of the string line when it is deployed. In other words, the string line reel is not self supporting. The patent to Winstead U.S. Pat. No. 1,094,286 does, however, disclose a string line reel and holder which is self supporting when in use. The string line in this patent is wound around a hand rotatable reel at one end and is fixed to a support at its opposite end. When in use, the string line is placed on a wall or other surface and becomes strained between the rotatable reel and the opposite support and therefore, the system is self supporting. The Heavner patent U.S. Pat. No. 6,412,184 discloses the use of line blocks and respective line holders located at opposite ends of a brick wall to stretch respective guide lines or string lines between opposing ends of the brick wall in order to maintain proper placement and alignment of brick courses. The line blocks in the Heavner patent are disclosed as being T-shaped. In this patent, the string line is under tension when the line blocks and line holders are used in the system. However, the line holders in this patent are neither shown nor disclosed.

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The main purpose of this invention is to eliminate a second person or need of a fastener when using a string line reel for construction projects. In order to do this, a self supporting string line reel-line block tool (hereafter, string line tool) is provided which is easily manipulated by a construction worker, such as, in the alignment of cinder blocks or bricks. The string line tool of this invention combines the features of a string line reel and a string line block. The string line reel and string line block are combined in a unitary structure which facilitates the alignment of construction units, e.g., cinder blocks or bricks, by a single construction worker without the necessity of providing a fastener at the free end of the string line. The invention unites a hand held, rotatable string line reel with a uniquely positioned string line block into a single unit whereby the construction worker can place an L-shaped tab, at the free end of the string line reel, at one end of the construction structure, pull the combined string line reel and line block along the length of the structure while keeping the string line under tension and finally hooking the line block onto an opposite end of the construction structure.

The main purpose of this invention is to eliminate a second person or need of a fastener when using a string line reel for construction projects. In order to do this, a self supporting string line reel-line block tool (hereafter, string line tool) is provided which is easily manipulated by a construction worker, such as, in the alignment of cinder blocks or bricks. The string line tool of this invention combines the features of a string line reel and a string line block. The string line reel and string line block are combined in a unitary structure which facilitates the alignment of construction units, e.g., cinder blocks or bricks, by a single construction worker without the necessity of providing a fastener at the free end of the string line. The invention unites a hand held, rotatable string line reel with a uniquely positioned string line block into a single unit whereby the construction worker can place an L-shaped tab, at the free end of the string line reel, at one end of the construction structure, pull the combined string line reel and line block along the length of the structure while keeping the string line under tension and finally hooking the line block onto an opposite end of the construction structure.