'TO SCALE' VAN BUILD DESIGN TEMPLATES
FREE VAN LAYOUT IDEA TEMPLATES
‘To scale’ box template of the approximate loadable space in both Mercedes Sprinter and VW Crafter LWB.
These templates will help you start planning your van conversion by drafting your layout ideas and comparing them to each other.
Travel for life; in the comfort of home.
Time to get some renewable electricity flowing into the van batteries. Summer seems like a good time to install solar panels.
A simple and quick panel for all of our electrical controllers to finally have a home.
Time to expand our kitchen storage and workspace by building an epic and neat little back bench storage.
Our heater needs fuel, so I guess we’d better give it some otherwise we’re going cold in the winter.
We need more storage…so I guess we better build some more. Time to start work on our headliner storage shelf.
Just like the walls, we need some lightweight cladding for our ceiling next…
With the heater installed, now it is time to do the inside plumbing to get our underfloor heating working.
DIY LED Strip Lights in a Camper Conversion anyone?
Tiles? Plastic? Wood even? Or prehaps stainless steel…ohh, I like that.
Time to INSTALL OUR HEATER!!! So exciting to be installing our diesel hydronic heater on our van conversion.
Just need to get a hang of all these wires for our heater before to install the furnace under our van.
Time to install underfloor heating in our van. You did not misread that.
Time to build some sassy storage in our van conversion.
Regular van build cladding: 150kg…that’s way too much
To finish up the electrics we set up our Victron BMV 712.
After last weeks failure to work out how to wire our DCDC to our BMV, we finally found someone knowledgable on the subject
Part 3 of our 12v Campervan Electrical saga…DCDC charger so we can charge our batteries whilst driving…let’s go!
We’re continuing with our electrics, and this time wire up our fuse boxes, kill switch, AC Charger and our Maxxair Fan and (hopefully) get power working in our van build!!!
12V Campervan electrics time. Let’s get our batteries connected.
Before we can clad our van completely, we should fix the jigsaw puzzle that is our ceiling.