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Habits for shop success

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Plot your course

Plot your course

Before you cut the first board for a project, review the plans, line up all the materials and supplies, and determine what tools and equipment you'll need. Think about the steps involved and how you'll accomplish them. Then jot down a brief list outlining the order for accomplishing the steps, which you can then use as a checklist. You may alter your work plan as the project progresses, but working from a list of everything you need to accomplish ensures that you don't miss something crucial.

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eddleslie wrote:

Plotting your course is one of the most important and time saving things that can be done to save a lot of headaches, (take it from someone who's had a number of headaches) LOL Ed

1/18/2014 01:03:18 AM Report Abuse
lckdoc52 wrote:

Thanks

1/17/2014 10:58:25 AM Report Abuse
byrdman611 wrote:

click on the picture then scroll down to top shop projects then scroll down to more then click on page 2.

1/16/2014 06:09:26 PM Report Abuse
byrdman611 wrote:

this plan is available in their shop plans for sale listed under shop cabinets on the second page. Harry D. Slc,Ut

1/16/2014 06:05:51 PM Report Abuse
lckdoc52 wrote:

I like this cabinet is the a plan available for building it? Harry

1/16/2014 11:00:01 AM Report Abuse

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