This way you would motivate us to continue in our work and inspire other creative people to produce some beutiful and useful things.
You can send on our e-mail:
- pictures of a finalized work,
- basic info (name, city, country...),
- description of manufacturing process,
- used materials
Additionaly, you can send us:
- link to your website or blog,
- pictures and description of different manufacturing phases,
- changes that you applied on plan,
Thanks for the plans...
Nikola and Grigor from Macedonia
I wanted to tell you how much I appreciate the great 3D models you've made available. I've attached some pictures of a project I've completed using one of them ("Ornamental 3d rosette").
I started by printing the model in two different sizes, scaling the Z axis up a bit. I then used these prints as patterns to make sand-casting molds, which I then poured in aluminum from my home built foundry. I demonstrated this with your patterns at a recent Makerfaire in Colorado Springs.
I recently took some of these castings (after cutting off the sprues, etc.) and created the wall hanging sculpture shown in the final photo for my wife's Christmas gift.
You're welcome to add these pictures to your "Showroom" page.
I've also created an inverse of this pattern which my wife may use to create ceramic flowers in her pottery studio which we may incorporate as well - sorry, I don't have any picture of that.
Sand casting mold made with the 3D printed pattern, Pouring molten aluminum into the prepared greensand mold. Greensand is a mix of sand, bentonite clay and water. The mold taken in half with the casting still in the sand. The raw casting broken out of the sand. The casting with the sprues cut off and other finishing work done. A sculpture created with several of the castings, as well as copper wire, hammered copper leaves and pallet lumber.
Colorado Springs, CO
I am only writing to thank you for the rocking baby cradle plan that is available on your website. I found it very cute and therefore I've made one.
A good friend of mine has seen it and is building a second one!
Hi. I'm Damian from Cheltenham (UK).
I've just recently bought my first scroll saw.
Attached is a picture of my first attempt at making something - one of your Celtic zoomorphic designs.
I used 4mm ply, cutting each piece individually so I could paint before assembly. No doubt I'll get better with a bit more practice! Great site for picking up patterns to practice, thanks!
Just to say thank you for the project.
Claudio Piacentini from Rome, Italy
Hi, I am an Italian retiree, I rediscovered the art of fret saw. Domenico Tomatis
Thank you very much!
Шамиль, Russia, Moscow.
Thank you for posting the plans for the rocking airplane. I used your plan with some modifications to build a couple of rocking toys to give as Christmas gifts for my nieces. I modified several aspects of the plan, mainly to shrink the size of the rockers/wings. These things take up a lot of room. Thanks again for the plans!
Mr. Ryan H. Melton
Ukrainian kids in school - Classes of technical education
These pictures are showing the final products made by children from elementary school in Ukraine on classes of technical education. We are glad to see that our plans are used for educational purposes.
How to use shaving horse (VIDEO). - Collin Riley Acoustic guitars
Hi, I built my own CNC machine a couple of years back and added a laser cutting head just last year. I documented the build on my website so I know just how much time and effort you must have put into providing all the information, links and photo’s etc.
I attach a photo of “Che”, this was laser cut from your GIF drawing using two different veneers subsequently glued to a MDF backing and then fine sanded and matt varnished.
Ernesto Che Guevara - Laser cut
Best regards, Tweakie.
From; Southend-on-Sea. UK.
Howard Smith, I live in Omaha, NE
"Wanted to say thank you very much for the free patterns. I used a few with my scroll saw. I have found your site very useful. Keep up the great work! I read that you would enjoy seeing what we make with your projects.
The material I used was laminated aspen, I scrolled the patters out, stained them different colors and glued them back together. The dimensions of the table are 16x20x27".
Swing built by his grand-father grampy_G from part of a free detailed design found on the Craftsmanspace website.
The airplane swing shown in this video clip is a simple modification of this FREE set of plans. The wings, propeller, and tail are to scale from the plan's patterns, but I dropped the rockers and hung the plane with strong chains attached to a frame above where the airplane swing operates...
Airplane swing toy
For the construction of the easel, I spent six hours, but I did it in the first, so if you have at least some experience of what you can do it faster. Cost of materials of about $ 8. - Beam itself cuts, hooks and eyelet, the paint I had...
Laser cutting can create intricate patterns in acrylic. Vector graphics file used comes from Craftsmanspace website.
Rocking airplane made by Paul Sullivan
Hope you had a wonderful Holiday. I finished the plane on Saturday. Just in time for Christmas. My Great Nephew (and his Mom and Dad) loved it. Here are a few pictures. Thanks again for the help and advice.
Just wanted to take a moment to say thank you for sharing your patterns
I am a pen craftsman, and on this occasion, I used two of the Art Nouveau patterns as a mask while etching a brass pen I turned on the lathe.
Weight bench and plate holder built by 1st year welding student at North Idaho college to be used in the campus weight room.
Thanks for posting the rocking airplane plans. I used your plan with some modifications to mounting to allow the plane to be adjusted for height off the platform. I made this for my Grandson as a Chrismas gift. Thanks Again!
This plane was made from 3/4" thick pine. I used three(3) pieces of 3/4" pine for the body of the plane.
I modified the plane mount, using 7/8" dowels set into a 3" dowell. The 3" dowells were mounted with carriage bolts on the frame and on the plane's lower wing. This allows me to adjust the height of the plane off of the base as the child grows.
Just thought I would like to send you a photo of the biplane made from your plans on the website. Thanks for such detail plans they are great to work with and very have very good detail. The only addition I made was to add the under carriage to the design from the second biplane. Incidentally I am now making that one to half scale so that it can be hung from the ceiling.
Finished biplane toy project
Another great work from Tweakie
Hi again, I just felt compelled to laser cut your Papel Picado from 160gm paper and thought I would share the pictures. Best regards,
Colorful Canary: DIY Wooden Puzzle | Scrap Lumber Project
I basically made a template out of some scraps and then batched these out. The first picture shows all the different shapes I made. I got the templates for the shapes from Craftsmanspace.com and drew them out on large sheets of drawing paper by hand...
Lumberjocks woodworking forum - Push sticks
The hockey mans teeth are suspended behind the face and you knock them out with the kleenex bullets from the shooter. The bus and biplane come from craftsmanspace.com where you can get quite a few pretty nice and better yet FREE project plans!
Lumberjocks woodworking forum - Fun toy projects
One day, I found a puzzle plan from Craftsmanspace website. It was a wooden puzzle project.
I just have to turn it into a papercraft project so there it goes.
By Dave Gatton
by Alexander Sorokin
I'm from Russia
I made it from pine-tree and birch
Thank you for this great plans!
Hello Dear frinds!
Thank you for your website.
I decided to make a ship wheel and found in you resource excellent drawing. I was inspired, change some details and here that has turned
by Надежда Кудряшова
Art nouveau flower cut from reclaimed Rimu. Finished with boiled linseed oil.
7 cm x 5 cm or 3 x 2 inches approx.
Made by Rob: www.scrollsawvillage.com
Wood panel made with the laser cutter.
Here is a box that we have made with our laser cutter.