I have actually started doing that about two years ago. I have a small filing cabinet and folders I cut the projects out and insert them into the folder. Properly labeled and I have a decent percentage of success finding what I am looking for. Now that we have a copier/printer, I can even keep two separate projects by coping one page instead of losing one if they started and stopped one on the same page. Even though I don't normally build to a set of plans, it does help brainstorming when looking to start a project specifically for the toys right now. No use reinventing the wheel so to speak. I do get rid of my magazine stack quicker and more efficiently now. Read in the house, take to the shop, tear apart, file the projects kept, burn the remainder in the outside wood stove.
Originally Posted by Bob Gibson
God and family, the rest is icing on the cake.
I'm so far behind, I think I'm in first place.
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