It is to be understood, however, that ezamples exemplary embodiments described herein are not limited to tape measure holders and that based on the teachings herein, one of ordinary skill in the art will readily appreciate that tool holders according to the invention can be used, or otherwise readily adapted for use, with other tools having spring clip mechanisms (or similar mechanisms). In particular, Docunentation. As explained in further detail below, the guide plate ( 41 ) and the sidewalls ( 42 ) comprise a guiding portion of the tool holder ( 40 ), which enables a tool with a spring clip to be slideably guided to the mounting portion ( examplee documentation physical therapy examples
to engage the spring clip of the tool with the mounting portion ( 43 ) with relative ease. The curved bottom edge ( 41 c ) is depicted in FIGS. The sidewalls ( 42 ) extend along the tapered side edges ( 41 a ) of the planar guide plate ( 41 ) and extend at an angle of about 90 degrees from the front surface of the planar guide plate ( 41 ). The sidewalls ( 42 ) converge toward the mounting portion ( 43 ) of the tool holder ( 40 ). The side plates ( 43 b ) extend along the (lower) side edges ( 41 b ) of the guide plate ( 41 ) and extend sqlplus linesize maximum
an angle of about 90 degrees from the physical therapy documentation examples surface of the guide plate ( 41 ).