Not for the inexperienced.
Posted December 1, 2013
As a former mechanical and civil draftsman and subcontractor for renovation/remodeling I was able to navigate the instructions. The only reason I didn't return the plans - I was looking for a short cut, instead of drawing them up myself. They need closer proofing. The reviews of the "ease and accuracy" are suspect to me and I'm not a neophyte at wood working. That said, I know their tools are good -just beware any plans. Be prepared to engage assistance from an experienced craftsman.
I have now made 2 of...
Posted March 14, 2013
I have now made 2 of the Teddy Bear Rocker chairs for my two granddaughters. Both out of Red Oak. One stained a light color and the other one a dark color. Had not real problems with the instructions. It was easier them I thought it would be, just had to be care full with the inlay of the face and ears. I'm currently working a third chair for a friend.
Plans worked exactly, some moderate to...
Posted February 5, 2013
Plans worked exactly, some moderate to advanced joinery, but came out perfectly. A big hit! Used red oak, maple and walnut. Enjoyable.
Made this one out of Mahogany,...
Posted October 23, 2011
Made this one out of Mahogany, white oak and ebony. Plans were very clear, could have used full size pattern.
Very disappointed that the plans were...
Posted April 19, 2011
Very disappointed that the plans were not actual size. After paying for the plans, I then had to take them to a shop to have them enlared 200 times. You would think that if you were ordering plans to build something, they would come actual size.