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1. Eraser tips. The erasers on my pencils never last long enough. $0.79 for 12.

2. 9 x 12 manila envelopes for storing a project's paperwork. Write pertinent information on the outside. $9 a box.

3. Graph pads for drawing projects to scale. $4 each.

4. Legal pads for notes, sketches, cutting lists, material costs, construction notes, etc. $7 per dozen.

5. Clipboard storage case with calculator. For traveling, I keep inside the case a legal pad, graph pad, pen, project envelopes and a phone list of lumber and hardware suppliers. $17.

6. Hand crank pencil sharpener. $13.

7. Poster board for full-size layouts and patterns. $1.99 for three sheets.

8. White chalk for marking stock when jointing or planing. $1 a box.

9. Drafting tools, These include a 12" engineer's ruler, three French curves, a circle template, a 45° triangle, a 30° triangle, a protractor and a 24" T-square.The total cost is about $20.

10. Paper Mate Mirado Black Warrior Pencils.These are my favorite pencils.Their soft lead is ideal for marking wood. $2.50 a dozen.

11. Large rectangular erasers. $2 for three.

12. Stretch wrap. I use it for bundling parts until I'm ready for assembly. $13 for 1,000 feet.

13. Dry-erase boards. Hang them up to keep to-do lists, reminders about shop supplies needed, etc.

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Low-Budget Office Supplies

I BUY MOST OF MY drawing equipment at a large office supply store. I keep this long list handy so I can stock up whenever I go to the store:

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