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Offline Renttis

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Re: Project Plans
« Reply #60 on: March 27, 2015, 04:39 AM »
The sketch my client approved and the (almost) completed piece.

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Offline RENO

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Re: Project Plans
« Reply #61 on: September 09, 2015, 03:04 PM »
very nice!
OF900-TF900-PS2-TS55-DR7,2-DX93E-RO90DX-CS50-KAPEX120-basis1&expansion-and some more non Festool stuf to work my way in woodworking

Re: Project Plans
« Reply #62 on: November 29, 2015, 01:11 PM »
Good Morning,
Yesterday, I was browsing through all the great projects posted here in the FOG.  It's amazing, not only how much work members have put into their projects, but also how much effort goes into documenting projects with text and photographs.

But there's one more element we'd love to see -- project plans.

I decided to create this discussion, as a place for people to post their project plans.  Here's my idea...

If you have posted a project, please add a post here with your technical drawings, handwritten sketches, or other plans.

Doing this will help projects be shared even better with other members.  By posting all the plans in this discussion, we can have an easy way for other members to see a full listing.  We can also provide links to the actual projects.

My image is that, with time, this could become a virtual "plan book" of sorts.

So, post your project plans here!

Thanks,
Matthew


 I've never used computer aided plans. I measure the area to be infilled find out the components  needed
 and hand sketch the overview on paper.

 Scott G.

Offline eitzert

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Re: Project Plans
« Reply #63 on: March 08, 2016, 02:15 PM »
Good Morning,
Yesterday, I was browsing through all the great projects posted here in the FOG.  It's amazing, not only how much work members have put into their projects, but also how much effort goes into documenting projects with text and photographs.

But there's one more element we'd love to see -- project plans.

I decided to create this discussion, as a place for people to post their project plans.  Here's my idea...

If you have posted a project, please add a post here with your technical drawings, handwritten sketches, or other plans.

Doing this will help projects be shared even better with other members.  By posting all the plans in this discussion, we can have an easy way for other members to see a full listing.  We can also provide links to the actual projects.

My image is that, with time, this could become a virtual "plan book" of sorts.

So, post your project plans here!

Thanks,
Matthew

If you looking for Sketches, go to holzwerkerblog.com
There are ore than one in download area...
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