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Fits-All Desktop Organizer - Downloadable Plan

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In this digital age, almost any tabletop can serve as a home office. But laptops and smart phones haven’t completely eliminated the need for the real world office supplies.

You will be able to download the pdf file from the Thank You page or from the Downloadable Product Email once your order is placed.

Woodcraft Magazine's Classic™ Project PlansThese plans are the "best of" the projects from Editors of Woodcraft Magazine. Each plan features step by step instructions with detail photographs, exploded illustrations for various project steps, a cut list and cutting diagram, and a Convenience Plus Buying Guide so you know exactly what supplies are required to complete the project. Whether you are a beginner or an accomplished woodworker, the Woodcraft Classic Plan series will have a plan for you!

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First plans I've ever bought, and a disappointment. I've been designing and building much more complicated projects than this for many decades. I was hoping that the plans would have saved me the trouble of doing what I usually do, make my own sketch and figure up the needed materials and dimensions based on the picture. In this instance, I would have been better off. The design is good. The drawings are not as I would have prefered, to include a 3 view; or more dimensions of the individual components. The plan has you using plywood, and attaching strips of Oak to cover the edges. I prefer solid stock, so I changed that part. I looked over the plan, turned the paper over and drew my own. I later used it to start the fire that burned the scraps. I'm sure there are good plans on this site, and in the magazine that are helpful to any skill level. This is not one of them.

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