Plan Author: Jeff Mertz
Plan Contributors: Jan Svec, Chuck Hedlund, Roxanne LeMoine, Lorna Johnson
Published Date: 2004
Plan Language: English, all measurements are inches/feet unless stated otherwise.
Wood and/or Supplies needed: We used bubinga and maple, but you can use wood of your choice. A full materials and supplies list is included.
Tools needed: Table saw, drill press, band saw, router, planer, and other common workshop tools
The #31 series plans (plans that start with 31- ) are available in either paper or PDF download. This is a project plan that you can download immediately after your purchase. If you want the paper plan mailed to you, choose that option instead. PDF plans cheaper than the paper plans in this series plus you save the shipping cost and delivery time! This project plan has full color pages with scaled templates that you can print onto 8-1/2 x 11 inch paper. It will be just like you are reading the magazine article itself! All building instructions and finishing guidelines included.
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