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Layout Block Bundle

$39.95 USD
Item# 6915
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Product Features

  • Holds glass pieces tight to keep panels straight
  • Configure to fit virtually any size panel
  • Includes multiple sizes: four 3", four 12", two 17" and two 23" Add-On Blocks
  • Push pins insert easily into Homosote board

Product Description

Layout Blocks Hold Projects Secure
A Delphi favorite! Build your panel straight and square with these aluminum blocks and push pins. Adjusts to fit any size up to 16" x 26". This bundle includes all of the Add-On Blocks plus push pins to handle virtually any size panel. Works great with the Homasote board.

Includes push pins and four 3", four 12", two 17" and two 23" Add-On Blocks.

Delphi Tip: Assemble Layout Blocks on Homasote Board.
 

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Pros : lots of sizes to fit every project; enough to block multiple projects at once
Cons : sometimes the pins lose their heads, but not really a problem since the set comes with so many
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Pros : A perfectly squared up panel is a necessity to me, so I use my steel square tool to get perfect 90 degree angles while pinning the layout blocks down. Also, if you're keeping your panel within a certain size, your outside dimensions are there to work within! I never work without my layout blocks.
Cons : Can't think of a single bad thing!
Other Thoughts : I have an abundance of these in all available lengths. I wish they came in circular pieces too!
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