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    This is what I do.

    Go down to Wal Mart or wherever and get a 24" x 36" poster frame. Should cost about $10. Take out the paper insert that it comes with and turn it over. Using a yardstick, draw your 1" grid with a light pencil. Put the paper back into the poster from and there you go. Cheap, large, and durable. And if something happens to it, it only costs $10 to replace.

 

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    I third the easel pad nomination. We also picked up a handful of colourful Crayola markers to go with it. Being able to prep several re-usable maps in advance is awesome.
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    Cheap Tact-Tile alternative...

    Print out a one-inch grid on 8 1/2 x 11 inch sheets of overhead projector transparencies. Three hole punch them and keep them in a binder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maddman75
    This is what I do.

    Go down to Wal Mart or wherever and get a 24" x 36" poster frame. Should cost about $10. Take out the paper insert that it comes with and turn it over. Using a yardstick, draw your 1" grid with a light pencil. Put the paper back into the poster from and there you go. Cheap, large, and durable. And if something happens to it, it only costs $10 to replace.
    Brilliant!

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    Or I could buy one of those easal pads that are gridded and 24x37 and stick one of the sheets in there!

    Yay!
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    You can use an acrylic cover like this to also use blown up maps, detailed tiles, or PDF maps without messing them up. If these don't come with a grid, you can add one to the underside of the acrylic sheet.
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    There was a similar thread over on CM. Here's what I found and posted over there:

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    2. Acquiring a gridded dry-erase "white board" to use as a table surface. Easy to use, but I have no idea where I would acquire such a thing...especially not one with 1" squares or hexes.
    You would acquire one here. You could get one elsewhere, but it looks like other comparable things are $500-800.

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    Edit: You might also check out these. I'm not sure how "subtle" the grid is, or how large the spaces are, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nareau
    There was a similar thread over on CM. Here's what I found and posted over there:



    You would acquire one here. You could get one elsewhere, but it looks like other comparable things are $500-800.

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    Edit: You might also check out these. I'm not sure how "subtle" the grid is, or how large the spaces are, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jondor_Battlehammer
    You can use an acrylic cover like this to also use blown up maps, detailed tiles, or PDF maps without messing them up. If these don't come with a grid, you can add one to the underside of the acrylic sheet.
    Yep, a sheet of plexi/acrylic is used by all sorts of wargamers who play game that come w/out mounted maps.

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    I picked up a magnetic dry-erase board at Costco for about $20. While it didn't have a lined grid it did have a dot every inch (think of the dots at the corners of the square.) This board came with several markers, eraser, and bottle of cleaner. This board replaced my MegaMat about 2 years ago.
    I just found the manufacturer's site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thalmin
    I picked up a magnetic dry-erase board at Costco for about $20. While it didn't have a lined grid it did have a dot every inch (think of the dots at the corners of the square.) This board came with several markers, eraser, and bottle of cleaner. This board replaced my MegaMat about 2 years ago.
    How big is that board?
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