Gravity Bar Build Plans
Build your own Gravity Bar! Beginners welcome. Instant Digital Download.
I've been developing these plans over the course of a year. They are designed to hold your hand and explain not only what to do, but why. I have included a number of supplementary Youtube videos from my favorite creators to watch along the way, giving further instruction. These creators taught me along my woodworking journey, and they are trusted companions for anyone starting out or experienced.
Get a never-before-seen peek into the Biglow Woodcraft process. You're getting the newly improved version of the plans our staff use to make The Gravity Bar, complete with plenty of illustrations. Follow along and you'll know exactly how our products are made, resulting in owning one of your own, while investing in yourself in the process.
Tools required: Clamps, Sharp Chisels, Handsaw, Drill, Forstner Bits, Square.
Tools that would be nice: Table saw, Bandsaw, Router Table, CNC Machine, Jointer, Planer, Benchtop Belt Sander.
Skill required: These will be tricky for a beginner, but I believe they contain the information necessary for anyone reasonably acclimated to a woodshop to succeed. General accuracy and feel for how handtools move through wood will either be useful or developed in the course of the build.
- 1 Boardfoot of wood, ideally hardwood such as Cherry, Walnut or White Ash.
- 25x Chrome steel balls link
Formatted for 8.5" x 11" printing, but can be easily viewed as a PDF on any device.
By purchasing these plans you will receive all future updates to them via email, in perpetuity.
By purchasing these plans you are agreeing not to sell a Gravity Bar product of the same design as your own product.
- Click Here to Download FREE Gravity Bar Cards - Printable organization templates to cut out and use with your Gravity Bar to stay on track.
These are some of the best woodworking plans I've seen in a long time, with fantastic descriptions 9f each step, as well as alternative ways of completing steps.
I especially liked that there are references to various YouTube videos for more information on how to do some tasks, but was disappointed that they weren't clickable links, and forced me to search for each one individually.