Download Spacings Calculator apk 2.362 free for Android smartphone

13 Nov
Spacings Calculator

Posted by Psypherkon Industries in Tools | Nov. 13, 2014 | 3 Comments

Apk file size: 1.9 MB

Spacings Calculator

Never use a chart again!

Spacings Calculator is used for Spaced Fencing, Deck spindles, Chain link, Wire and Stakes, Pillar placement and many more applications, even art. Anything using 1/16 of an inch or larger.

Equally spaced "Objects" aka. boards, pickets, spindles, posts, poles, columns, pillars, plants, plugs etc. between any space "Length of Section". Spacings Calculator provides a measurement for each object.

There are seven available styles as listed. Edged, Continuous, Spaced, Edged To Continuous, Continuous to Edged, Edged to Spaced, Spaced to Edged.

Spacings Calculator even does Center on Centers.

Flick the calculated numbers left and right to toggle from (inches) to (feet and inches). Any calculation that will not work out evenly the remainder will be factored out by 1/16" in the middle of the section.

Arc calculator can be used for Over/Under cut fencing, and measuring points of an archway or bridge. Setting a perfect curb, pavement, blacktop, side walk, pathway or garden beds. Setting something perfectly circular by drawing one line.

The four different Arc Modes are: Arc, Duo Arc, Half Arc Left, and Half Arc Right.

Slope calculator can be used for Grating and Transit Measurements.
You can also make Wing-Downs and Wing-Ups for Fencing.

Psypherkon Industries part of our Tools and have average installs from 50 to 100. Last Update Nov. 13, 2014. Google play rating is 84.0. Current verison is 2.362. Actual size 1.9 MB.

Download spacings-calculator.apk 1.9 MB


Scott Beauchene

Works good with ornamental iron. Welding and fabrication

A Google User

Spacing calculator Very good!

Todd Beaulieu

0 or 2 trying to find a simple calculator. Pay close attention to the screenshots. See if you can figure out how to enter 30.75 inches. It's ridiculous. Why not just let me type 30.75?! I gave up on it. Just doing it old school, which isn't hard at all once you learn it.

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