In this video-article I am gonna show you what you can find in the ZIP folder if you download some of plans I have for sale and for free on this website.

NOTE: I’ve recently published another much more complete article about the plans available on this website, which is called “How to use and understand DIY plans”.

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I’ll start opening an Sketchup file so you can see how it looks. The 3D model has a lot of layers and scenes. You can modify, resample and reform as you like the 3D model and make your own scenes.

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All the parts have their own reference number you can find in the cutting list.

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You also will find thousands or PDF files you can easily print.

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You can print too the “Printable Template” to easily glue in the plywood in order to make the cuts easier, You’ll have to press the poster button if you want to print in several A4 pages and don’t forget to set the scale to 100%.

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There is a folder where you can find all the parts in DXF so you can import it from other programs or CAM software.

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I also added images with the distribution of the parts in the plywood boards and a file saved in the free Softare MaxCut so you can modify the distribution, the size of the boards, etc.

 

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