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Shop Layout Grid and Tool Templates

Click on the links below for a workshop grid and tool templates to begin planning your shop. Cut out the tool templates and lay them out on the grid to determine possible shop layouts.


 

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summerspa wrote:

I use sketchup, it works in 3 dimensions

4/28/2011 01:19:05 PM Report Abuse
seacheck wrote:

Why have I renewed a subscription, every time I get a free offer,? I should be set up for the rest of my life, EVERY OFFER FOR FREE NEED"S A NEW RENEWAL ???????

4/28/2011 11:28:57 AM Report Abuse
michael.rhum wrote:

Wow. Paper dolls for boys! ;-) Who woulda guessed?

4/28/2011 10:52:33 AM Report Abuse
larrykirkwood3366571 wrote:

Thank you. A tip... print out on colored paper, add shaded area for workspace if you wish and cut out. Easier to see on white background.

1/24/2011 08:32:57 AM Report Abuse
rbtcrow wrote:

These templates are very useful. Thanks

5/27/2010 08:11:10 PM Report Abuse
netartsdave13 wrote:

I think it's great, I have tried, repeatedly to make a shop layout and keep getting stuck trying to draw a representation of my shop equipment. This is a great help!

5/27/2010 02:36:04 PM Report Abuse
ray.scott wrote:

IF the plywood fits the grid it is 1 foot per grid square

5/27/2010 10:52:11 AM Report Abuse
yogunny wrote:

Be helpful if each tool had a 'shaded' area around it to show working area. The scale of each tool would be helpful as well. But overall, thanks very much - it's at least a place to start.

12/16/2009 09:01:05 PM Report Abuse
Willy B. wrote:

Very Nice. Thanx :)

12/10/2009 10:04:04 AM Report Abuse

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