CutList Plus Software
Layout optimization, board-feet calculations and cost estimating for sheet goods, rough lumber and dimensioned lumber.
Sheet layout optimization and board feet calculations for rough-milled lumber
From Bridgewood Design
CutList Plus woodworking software makes it a snap to figure how many board-feet of lumber and how many sheets of plywood you'll need for your project, and what it will cost. No more confusion switching from actual dimensions to nominal thickness! No more mistakes calculating board feet! No more wasted time and materials doing sheet layout for a cutting diagram!
- Automatically generate a materials pick list and project cost estimate, based on your cut list.
- Generate an optimized sheet goods layout (cutting diagram) automatically.
- Adjust your expected lumber yield at any time to instantly see your new project cost estimate.
- Change the primary material of your project and immediately see the results.
- Automatically determine the nominal thickness of rough stock required for each part.
- Switch between English and metric units at any time.
- Group parts into sub-assemblies for large projects.
- Print copies of your cut list and pick list for your workshop and the lumber dealer.
Download the free trial (below) and benefit from this powerful program risk-free. You can put CutList Plus to work today in your own shop and see how it will streamline your woodworking design and construction projects.
With the free trial "Reader", you'll be able to open CutList files created by others, and enter a few parts of your own to test out the software's features, including sheet layout and calculating board feet.
If you like what you see, it's simple to upgrade online to the edition of CutList Plus that's right for you. You won't even need to download another file; just enter a registration code.
For more information, including additional screen shots and registration options, please see the
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