Plan Size: 1 page(s)
Published Date: 1996
Plan Language: English, all measurements are inches/feet unless stated otherwise.
Wood and/or Supplies needed: A materials list is provided in the plan.
Tools needed: Lathe, clamps and other common workshop tools
Includes detailed diagrams:
Condition of this NYW plan: This is a woodworking plan we purchased in a wholesale lot. Excellent condition, new in package. Plan is printed on one sheet of 18 x 24-1/2 inch recycled paper. Standard measurements only (inches). Sorry, the designer does not produce a downloadable version of this plan.
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