Below you'll find three tables:
Original sizes, according to Nick Schade, but converted to metric
values (all milimeters) (This in my work, not Nick's. Any complaint
The panes of plywood in the U.S. seem to be be a few cm wider than here, and the original position of the parts didn't fit. Luckily, just moving them a bit closer, all was well.
The left column indicates the separation of the vertical lines.
Each line then contains the marks to be made on these vertical lines. Check
the usage page for more details.
NOTE: There are more lines in the table than in Nick's drawing. That drawing only contains the main vertical lines each 6 or 12 inches. The table is more complete!
This is the original table, but again, translated to metrics. The
information is the same as on the author's site, with the same problem.
The templates do not fit exactly at the place indicated. This is
not a result of the metric conversion. But they are still quite
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