What to Look for in a Baby Furniture Plan

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Choosing a baby furniture plan to build fine cribs, cradles, highchairs, and changing tables doesn't have to be difficult. Look for these simple woodworking tips to make your project easier.

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What to Look for in a Baby Furniture Plan

  1. 1. What to Look for in aBaby Furniture Plan<br />Get free baby furniture plans<br />at<br />BestBabyFurniturePlans.com<br />
  2. 2. http://bestbabyfurnitureplans.com<br />
  3. 3. What does all this stuff mean?<br />Board feet<br />Box joint<br />Chamfer<br />Chuck<br />Compound miter<br />Countersink<br />Crosscut<br />Dado<br /><ul><li>Joiner
  4. 4. Kick Back
  5. 5. Knockdown
  6. 6. MDF
  7. 7. Miter box
  8. 8. Mortise
  9. 9. Particle board
  10. 10. Phillips head
  11. 11. Pilot bit
  12. 12. Plumb
  13. 13. Plywood
  14. 14. Quarter sawn
  15. 15. Rabbet
  16. 16. Rip cut
  17. 17. Router
  18. 18. Sawhorse
  19. 19. Board feet
  20. 20. Box joint
  21. 21. Chamfer
  22. 22. Chuck
  23. 23. Compound miter
  24. 24. Countersink
  25. 25. Crosscut
  26. 26. Dado</li></ul>Deciduous<br />Dovetail joint<br />Featherboard<br />Flush<br />Gouge<br />Green lumber<br />Hardwood<br />Jig<br /><ul><li>Seasoning
  27. 27. Softwood
  28. 28. Spade bit
  29. 29. Spline
  30. 30. Square
  31. 31. Story Stick
  32. 32. Taper cut
  33. 33. Veneer</li></ul>http://bestbabyfurnitureplans.com<br />
  34. 34. Building Baby Furniture Doesn’t Have to Be Complicated<br />Learn basic vocabulary<br />Get comfortable with basic tools<br />Start with the right woodworking plan for your experience level<br />Go slowly, think ahead<br />Be ready for mistakes, but applaud your successes!<br />http://bestbabyfurnitureplans.com<br />
  35. 35. What to Look forin a Baby Furniture Plan<br />Skill level required<br />Time required<br />Lumber list<br />Type<br />Quantity<br />Selection<br />Price<br />Materials list<br />Nails, fasteners, finishing<br />Hardware accessories<br />http://bestbabyfurnitureplans.com<br />
  36. 36. What to Look forin a Baby Furniture Plan<br />Woodworking tools list<br />Hand tools<br />Power tools<br />Purchase options<br />Pricing<br />Measurements<br />Diagrams and/or templates<br />Step-by-step instructions<br />SUPPORT<br />⌃Else<br />http://bestbabyfurnitureplans.com<br />
  37. 37. What’s the #1Rule?<br />http://bestbabyfurnitureplans.com<br />
  38. 38. Don’t panic!<br />http://bestbabyfurnitureplans.com<br />
  39. 39. You Have Friends Who Can Help<br />Best Baby Furniture Plans<br /><ul><li>Go to http://bestbabyfurnitureplans.comand sign up for free plans</li></ul>Rockler<br /><ul><li>Go to http://bestbabyfurnitureplans.com/rockler-lumberfor special discounts</li></li></ul><li>--To your success<br />Mike Best<br />http://bestbabyfurnitureplans.com<br />
  40. 40. To download baby furniture plans, subscribe to the discount list, or join the community,go to BestBabyFurniturePlans.com<br />
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