Arts & Crafts TV Stand Downloadable Plan
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The transformation of large screen televisions from 350-pound, 3'-deep behemoths to slim, lightweight flat panels makes them easier than ever to fit into any home decor. Keeping up with this change...
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These 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!
The plans are detailed but refer to a Corbel Pattern on page 73 that is not included in the downloadable product.
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I built this unit - the plans are adequate, if not good. I would recommend reading 3 times to make sure you understand the entire project's composition. -Leg composition was a little annoying, I'd have rather just glued up full pieces and then cut mortises, but their method worked perfectly -Tedious amount of gluing full size stock as edge banding to the plywood carcass, but better than gluing up panels of hardwood -I left off the back piece (unit is STRONG without it) -Heavy push on the 'suggested tools and hardware', IMO, but if you need that guidance, it's there -Excellent tips along the way -Dimensioned well, just a lot of pieces (Quite the cut list - stay organized and understand each piece's purpose) -Step-by-step to say the least - very good if you want a hand held project -Excellent photodocumentation -Great excuse to add a few more tools to the shop! Corbel templates are available online: http://www.woodcraftmagazine.com/magpatterns/TVtable/TV_stand.pdf.pdf If I built the unit, the plans did their job and then some!
Nice graphics, but incomplete
The plans refer to page 73 for the corbel template. Page 73 not included.