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Purpose of the Schedule Wheel:

This is a handy tool to find the finish date (FD), duration (D) or start date (SD) for any project, when any two items are provided.

Front of the 6 inch Deluxe Type

Front of the 6 inch Deluxe Type that I have the most of. It is GREAT to be able to see each day of the year, which is best for outages, shut-downs or turnarounds which typically are measured in days.

Back of the 6 inch Deluxe Type

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How To Use The Schedule Wheel:

Calendar wheel (outer wheel) has every day of the year (except Feb 29 of a leap year) and the duration wheel (inner wheel) has the number of days and weeks in a year indicated on it.

Example 1:  

Given:

Start Date (SD)  - May 1 (put duration wheel’s large arrow on May 1  on the calendar wheel)

Finish Date (FD) - July 10 (looking at the calendar wheel, find July 10)

Answer:

Duration (D)       - 70 days or 10 weeks (looking at the duration wheel opposite the July 10 date you’ll see 70 days or 10 weeks)

Example 2:

Given:

Start Date (SD)  - May 1 (put duration wheel’s large arrow on May 1 on the calendar wheel)

Duration (D)       - 70 days or 10 weeks (looking at the duration wheel find 70 Days of 10 weeks)

Answer:

Finish Date (FD) - July 10 (looking at the calendar wheel opposite the 70 days or 10 weeks you’ll see July 10)

Example 3:

Given:

Finish Date (FD) - July 10 (looking at the calendar wheel, move the duration wheel point of 70 days or 10 weeks on to July 10)

Duration (D)       - 70 days or 10 weeks (you already included this in the previous step)

Answer:

Start Date (SD)  - May 1 (Looking at the duration wheel’s starting arrow, you’ll see May 1 on the calendar wheel)

Front of the 4 inch Compact Type

Front of the 4 inch Compact Type - Notice the duration scale (Inner wheel) is not down to day unit of time, just weekly or every 15 days.

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These FREE Schedule Wheels are also know as Scheduling Wheels or Planning Wheels.