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    Post-apocalyptic rakker16mm's Avatar
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    Online Stair Calculator

    I just found this stair calculator online and thought I'd pass it on. It may save you a few keystrokes on your calculator.

    http://www.blocklayer.com/Stairs/StairsEng.aspx

    http://www.extremehowto.com/xh/artic...ticle_id=60182

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    Nice. I used to do drafting before using Autocad back a long time ago... I got so used to calculating stairs in my head it wasn't even funny. Great thing to have, that's for sure. It sucks when you allow yourself to remember stair information.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rakker16mm
    I just found this stair calculator online and thought I'd pass it on. It may save you a few keystrokes on your calculator.

    http://www.blocklayer.com/Stairs/StairsEng.aspx

    http://www.extremehowto.com/xh/artic...ticle_id=60182

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    Great link - there are also a lot of other potentially useful calculators there, which are accessible via their calculator directory http://www.blocklayer.com/CalculatorDirectory.aspx.

    Many thanks for sharing this with us.

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    Ah, that's better. They have metric calculators there too.

    Thanks!
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    There was a great tire size/wheel speed calculator I found although I find I don't need it that much any more. I used it more as a guide than anything else.

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    Cool Links TK

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    Not all of these are useful, and I haven't even checked them all out yet, but what the heck their free.

    Online Calculators for the Building Trades

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    Quote Originally Posted by zapper1998

    (ALWAYS CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL BUILDING AUTHORITY BEFORE LAYING OUT OR BUILDING ANYTHING,
    AND FOLLOW ALL LOCAL CODES. VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS AND ANGLES BEFORE CONSTRUCTION)
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    You'd think it wasn't necessary writing that, but some people... well, I guess telling them won't help anyway..
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