New Additions to the Server

Sat Jan 10, 2004 11:44 pm

Well finally I think I am done with the drawings for the Logging Wagon. I sure hope you all like them. Been working at it for quite a while now.

I really would like your feedback on the page layout, the narrative and of course the drawings/design. If there are any improvements, please, do not hesitate to let me know.

You can find the plans for the Logging Wagon at the Manual Server by clicking on Implement and Part Sketches, then of course Rudi's Log Wagon.

I have included the link here as well:

http://www.cleancomputes.com/Cub/Sketches%20or%20Plans/Implements/Rudi's%20Log%20Wagon/index.html

Thanks for being so patient!

Cheers

Sun Jan 11, 2004 12:33 am

Rudi,

Wonderful job :!: :!: :!: You have done yourself proud my friend.
Well worth the wait. I sure could of used that about 16 years ago when I lived in Maine.

Job well done :!: I hope you're walking around with your chest stuck out :!:

Very , very nice Rudi ,

Sun Jan 11, 2004 1:33 pm

I think I'm bad on "details" , but you have me beat by a long shot ! I spend my cold winters planning , then enact in the warmer weather . Good job !

Sun Jan 11, 2004 1:51 pm

Guys:

Thanks for the kind words, I do appreciate it immensely. I do hope that I can get some input to improve what is there.... it is not perfect and I hope that I haven't overlooked something. That is why it took a while - checking and re-checking, but I still have this nagging feeling that something is missing....... what I am not sure....

I have two other projects in the works now, one is the Horse Hoe so that I can do it by myself and not need someone to run down the row behind me, and the other is a 45 gallon direct drive from the pto sprayer.....

Unfortunately, I can see it in my mind, but I am going to have to build it before I can draw it ----- kind of backwards, but if it isn't furniture or architecture - that is what I have to do....

Cheers

Sun Jan 11, 2004 2:43 pm

Rudi,

Excellent - easy to follow and a good job of documentation. I think your project really shows what can be done without having to spend a fortune and come out with a great Cub attachment.

Oscar

Sun Jan 11, 2004 2:48 pm

Oscar:

Thanks, I appreciate a lot.

I just uploaded another little special. George Willer kindly gave permission to post the dimensions for his Cub step so it has been uploaded to the Implements and Parts Sketches.

Who is going to make the first one??