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Angleizer free Windows Software

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  • Angleizer free Windows Software

    General tools has a product called Angleizer that has been mentioned on this site previously. Available from their website is a free Windows software program that can be used to calculate brick cuts for Bullseye, Semi Circular Arch and Axed Arch. The software can be downloaded from the following link.

    General Tools and Instruments

    Select download button on that page and download the zip file. The file will need to be unzipped to a location of your choosing and you will need to run the autorun.exe program to start the software. The software is pretty easy to use. May be helpful to some users wishing to calculate number of bricks needed for a run and bevel cuts. A couple of screen shot examples are attached of how the software looks.

    Last edited by u863583; 06-22-2012, 06:55 AM.

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    Re: Angleizer free Windows Software

    thanks for the great tip. i will get one of those this weekend.


    • #3
      Does anyone have a copy of this software? It's no longer available on this site


      My Build:

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      • #4
        For anyone looking for this software, you can use the following link:

        Good luck



        • #5

          Thanks for showing the group where they can get access to this software. It was not readily available since General Tool removed it from the website. It is a great tool for calculating inner and outer archs.
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          • #6
            I made up a spread sheet that is not as cool as the angleizer software, but I found it useful in coming up with the dimensions for my arch bricks. It works pretty well with semi-circular arches. The file and some "how to" is located at the link below. If anybody tries it and has any questions shoot me a PM or make a post.

            My build thread