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Wood Plans Woodworking Carpentry Download

Easy-to-understand step by step instructions

  •  Every plan has simple “hold-you-by-the-hand” instructions that will assist you to complete your projects quickly.
  • Materials and Cutting lists ensuring that you get the right materials and make correct cuttings. This saves you a lot of money.

  • You get sharp, colourful and detailed schematics. No guesswork is involved, you will know what to do and how to do it and complete your projects within the shortest time possible.

  • The plans give you views from all angles. You will see how everything should look like before you start building. The intricate details for every joint, angle and corner make sure you are not left guessing.

  • Various lists of plans (16,000+). In addition, you will also get new plans every month for free.

I have lots of daily chores and tasks that keep me busy. Of course, my primary objective is learning acoustic guitar and trying to get some recordings done. On top of that, I am always spending hours updating this site and adding new content.

At the same time, I’m busy improving my skills in video editing and getting to know my Digital Audio Workstation (Waveform 11). So you can see that I’m kept busy; and I always practice guitar every day without fail: without such dedication I will never get my videos done!

However, I know many people who are retired, yet have no hobbies or past-times to keep themselves occupied.I believe it’s essential to get involved with some activity every day to help with your physical and mental well-being.

On the left I’ve put this link to a fantastic resource for woodworking plans which I believe is one of the great ways to keep yourself active and inspired. So if you fancy having a go at DIY, then you’ve nothing to lose by dropping by their site.

Before I started learning guitar, I had an interest in many other projects that have provided me with great satisfaction and sense of achievment. Here’s one of them. A project I started in 2008; building an Intaglio Etching Press.

I absolutely loved everything about this project but unfortunately, circumstances arose that made it impossible for me to carry on and space was a premium back then.

But I look back on it with fondness and a sense of self-satisfaction at having acomplished what I did.