The plans for this project are available in a book titled “The Expectant Father’s Cradle Boat Book”.This first picture is of the forms after they were all cut out and mounted to a base.The going is slow only a few inches at a tim...
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Location: Southern Maine
I am a commercial printer from Southern Maine and I am looking forward to learning about wood turning. I have recently received a pen wood turning kit and I am hoping to make them using my old Shopsmith Mark V. I have just turned a few test pieces for fun and I am hoping to make time to do even more.
-- Jay, Southern Maine, Commercial Printer/Graphic Designer
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Found a great little set of plans on line for this little bi-plane. http://www.craftsmanspace.com/free-projects/biplane-kids-toy-plan.htmlThey are very detailed and had drawings for all the pieces. I simply placedthem on a computer and sized them ...