I have a lot of tools which I want to hang over the wall.
However, there is little space.
Do you know if there is a software for this? what is the optimal position of various polygons on a surface?
Make a grid on ms paint.
Make a metric ie 1 square on inch/cm etc
Lay out that way.
Only thing I could think of is plotting software but I don't think your want to spend 300 dollars to organize tools
hmm I am not looking for a trial-and-error method, unless it is machine-made
so yes I am curious to know the names of the softwares used by professionnals who have a similar layout problem
I don't think anybody bothers to mathematically model something so simple as a tool rack. Just bang some nails into the wall and hang shit up. You can get a lot more done if you spend your time actually working on something rather than planning how you hang your tools on the wall.
Holy shit. I hope your not serious.
Auto cad has a plotter function. But for the time used to layout 1 tool in it, you could have laced the all out in ms paint or a picture. Not to mention auto cad costs like 700 bucks.
Seriously. Make a grid and lay it out. It's the easiest and cheapest way
Just how autistic are you?
Is this a school assignment? Because no one would waste time on this. You will lose and replace tools over time anyway, no point making custom place for that one particular pair of pliers.
Just do what other reasonable anons said here - screw some screws into plywood and you are done.
Task-organization is much more important than neatness or getting everything on the wall or in your bag.
If you got all your shit on your wall but you scattered your various sized punches all over the place because they are tiny and can fill slots... that's dumb because you could just have them all in one place and whenever you need 'a punch' you look there, and pick the size you want. Instead of needing to remember 'the 3/8 punch is on the top right? Or the top left?'
the other cheapest and easiest way is get paper, cut out tool profiles, then add double sided tape to the back. then layout until you're happy with it, then start adding hanging screws/nails/pegboard hooks.
Personally I would set up a grid in Photoshop, using shapes in different layers to move em around individually until you make it all fit in the space.
Hell if I had a list of your tools and the wall size is consider doing it for you.