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Work Length (Rafter Length etc)
Centres
Batten Width
Spacing Type

Adjustments
Bottom Set-in (Left Side Diagram)
First Centre (If different to others)
Top Set-in (Right Side Diagram)

Work Length
Centres





With Exact Spacing, if the last centre will not fit, an extra batten is added to the end (double battens) and the last centre is reduced.
This ensures centres do not exceed the entered (maximum) centres.
Drag the Centres slider to see the effect of the end spacing and double end battens.

With Equal Spacing, centres are adjusted to fit equally, at nearest to (under) entered centres.

Adjustments
If the first or last batten is set-in from the ends, enter the set-in to adjust the diagram and results. All centres will be adjusted to suit the entered set-in. If the first (bottom, or left side) centre is different to the rest, enter the measurement in First Centre to adjust.

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