So after tinkering around on my phone the other night while I was using the built in spreadsheet creator I realized that this woodworking stuff and computer algorithms can easily go hand-in-hand so to speak. So without further ado I give my fellow Jocks access to my little -Mitered Frame Calculator- (Actually I found a mathematical error in it so I’m going to close that link for now lol. Please ignore this.)
I uploaded it to Google Docs so if it doesn’t work let me know. I think I got the permissions right, but this is my first time making anything public on there so sorry in advance if I dorked it up. When you get out there go to “File” in the upper corner, and from there you can download it.
Also you will need to be able to open it using some form of spreadsheet software. I personally use Open Office because it’s free. A slight learning curve if you’re used to MS products, but it’s not so much so that it will prevent you from using it.
So as you can see above if you type in the “function/formula” bar you can just use =SUM(x/y)
So, x/y is whatever combo you want like 3/4, 5/16, 1/8, etc.
Please let me know if you have any issues or suggestions.
Thanks guys n’ gals!
P.S. – I’m sorry to all the Metric Jocks out there.
-- If you learn a lot from your mistakes then I must be a freakin' genius!