Q: What’s the turn-around time for a set of blueprints?
A: This figure varies from one day to the next. Above all else, it depends on the number of designs that have been paid for ahead of yours. It also depends on whether your design is in the standard or the rush engineering cue.
Q: How do I go about purchasing a set of blueprints?
A: Read about how to order here.
Q: Do you also offer fully-assembled enclosures?
A: I do (take a look at the WorkBlog,) though I generally encourage clients to enlist the services of a local woodworker. PWK Designs builds are offered predominantly for the bragging rights.
Q: What kind of wood are your blueprints based on?
A: Unless specified otherwise, my blueprints are based on 0.75″ MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) for U.S. clients, and 18mm MDF for clients operating on the metric system. (I strongly discourage the use of particle board.)
Q: What form will I the blueprints arrive in?
A: The blueprints arrive as an attachment in an e-mail message that is sent to whatever address you provide in the Project Assessment Form (unless you specify a different address.) All the pages of the blueprints are stored in PNG (Portable Network Graphics) format. No special software is needed to open a PNG file under Windows, Linux, or MAC OS.
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