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Re: Paper storage
- To: BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU
- Subject: Re: Paper storage
- From: Don Guyot <colophon@OLYWA.NET>
- Date: Wed, 21 Jan 1998 22:51:51 -0800
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I would appreciate your sending me a set of the plans <<Len>> produced for
the flat files. Both sizes. I would expect to reimburse you for your time
and postage, so, Please Indicate $$$$$$ when you respond. Thank you.....
e_mail: don guyot firstname.lastname@example.org
3009 Amhurst Court SE
Olympia, WA 98501
PS If you want me to send some money BEFORE you send the plans, just email
me a figure and a snail mail address and itlllll be in the mail.
> From: Sally Jackson <serifm@FASTLANE.NET>
> To: BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU
> Subject: Re: Paper storage
> Date: Tuesday, January 20, 1998 3:39 PM
> Dear Sam,
> As it happens, Len recently wrote some plans for flat files, and if you
> think you would like a set, we'd be glad to send them along to you.
> The basic 7 drawer flat file measures 16 3/4" x 24" x 32" and costs about
> $50 for materials. The 10 drawer flat file is 24" x 32" x 48" and costs
> about $100.
> The flat files are made of plywood and 1" x 2"s that your lumber company
> will cut for you (at a minimal extra charge). All you need is a
> screwdriver (variable speed electric is suggested), a tape measure, a
> pencil, and a straight edge. ( Some additional common tools and
> materials are helpful but not essential.)
> The instruction booklet is 32 pages of step by step instructions with
> detailed assembly diagrams plus a separate section of drawings for
> cutting. You take this cutting diagram to your lumber store to show them
> how to cut the pieces for you. There is also a materials list showing
> everything you will need to build the file.
> Being an experienced carpenter or even an experienced Do-It-Yourselfer
> isn't necessary. (We gave sets of plans to friends who had never
> built anything in their lives to make sure the instructions and diagrams
> were clear and easy to follow.) If you should have a problem, we'll be
> glad to do what we can to help.
> Assembly time is estimated at 2-4 hours.
> We'll be glad to sent you a set - let us know if you are interested.