Wavelength stabilized laser standards are a requirement for high precision length and displacement measurements. In dimensional metrology, dimensional measurements are realized using a laser interferometer. The resolution and precision of the dimensional measurements depends on the stability and accuracy of the laser wavelength. In the project, Zeeman stabilized lasers working at wavelengths of 633 nm and 543 nm will be realized. The systems to be realized will be of commercial grade. The 633 nm and 543 nm lasers will be used as the radiation sources for the short gauge block interferometer, which is to be built by the Wavelength Standards Laboratory of TÜBİTAK UME.