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Library Chair /Ladder

It's a normal chair ... no wait it's a ladder!

Raised Cooler

A raised cooler on steroids. Great entertaining starts here!

Knock-Down Queen Bed

Queen size bed that dismantles for easy transporting

Kid's Kitchen Helper

A useful stand for the young helper in your kitchen

Wheelbarrow #117

An old style wooden wheelbarrow

Convertible Table - Bench

Easily convert your sitting area to a dining area in seconds


A Knock-Down chair built for a King or Queen

Sanding Disc Organizer

A handy shop project to help organize your ROS sanding discs

Queen Size Bed-in-a-Box

Another "Bed in a Box" this time to fit a Queen size mattress

Portable Tambour Writing Desk

A portable roll top writing desk

Game: Shut the box

Great entertainment! Hours of fun!

Picnic Table Set

Table and benches that collapse to less than a foot high for easy transporting.

Strong Box

Security Box with a secret

Double size Bed in a Box

Another in the series of collapsible furniture

Folding Dining Table

36" x 73" Fold-up Dining Table

Foosball Table

Family fun with this full size Foosball table. The table can be used both as a tabletop model as well as a free standing game. Check it out ... Plan 084


A single bed version of the popular Bed-In-A-Box Plan


A great space saver for any shop. The cart holds several machines in one handy location

Folding Stool

A great stool for sporting events or camping

Folding Table

Similar to a more modern TV table which was popular in the 60's


A basic build project ... but very useful in any home


Great for making your own moldings


Perfect for the bathroom or the shop

Shop Tool Chest

This sturdy well designed tool chest will help put an end to shop clutter. Constructed out of Baltic Birch plywood or an inexpensive hardwood it will provide a home for your regularly used tools. Whether your new tool chest lives on its own roll around cart or on the end of your workbench everything will be within reach when you need it.

Single Bed

This bed disassembles to an even smaller footprint for transport in a small vehicle

3 in 1 Planing Jig

Useful in any shop

Wide Screen Television Cabinet

Television Stand for todayès TVs


No closets - No problem

Bandsaw Circle Jig

Perfect circles every time


Bar or Island

A great addition for the Kitchen or Family room

Basic Workbench

A super starter workbench, and inexpensive to build

Bat House

A useful project to help control mosquitoes naturally. Only $1.95 Free to registered users

Bathroom Vanity

Simple design but very functional

Bent Lamination Table

Bent Lamination Table a modern design and a challenge to build

Billiard-Spectator Chair

Built for my family room, likely the most talked about home project


Every home needs one!


Common shop jig

Cat-Tree (Gym)

Give your feline friend a place to play and exercise.


Stack-able CD-DVD-Blue-ray Disc holder


This plan was made for Rick Rosehdahl (The Router Workshop)

Child's Bookcase

These are very popular for toys or books in any child's room

Circular Saw Speed Square Jig (FREE)

Here's a little bonus for registered users of the site. This little jig will give you a quick and easy to use T-Square and cutting guide with easy alignment to your tape measure marks. Thanks for being members! Bruce


A nice addition to any entrance way

Coffee Table

Arts & Crafts style coffee table with a ceramic tile top






Cribbage Board

Curved Step Stool

Unique collapsible step stool check it out!




Dovetail Spline Jig

An alternative way to strengthen miter joints, using a dovetail spline


Dry Sink

DRY SINK The cabinet is constructed using solid cherry and shop made v shaped tongue and groove boards for the end panels. The top and shelf are built using cherry plywood. The doors are raised panels and the whole cabinet rides on hidden castors for easy mobility. Plan cost $2.95






Folding Step Stool


Golf Ball Display (64 Balls)

Golf Ball Display Cabinet


Gumball Dispenser

Looking for a fun project that will make a great conversation piece no matter where you have it. The gumball machine is simply a stack of blocks with holes in the right location to drop the gumballs when you spin the dispensing wheel.




Headboard Plan #090 The new design uses pinned mortise and tenon joinery for the main components and faux mortise and tenon for the vertical slats to avoid having to make 28 extra mortises. As you will see the slats still have the appearance of M & T joinery when complete. Only $3.95


High Boy Dresser

Horizontal Router Version2

King Size Bed in a Box

created for the SCA society


Game: A great time waster


Mailbox swings open from the front to avoid water getting in



Mortising Jig

A handy shop-made jig for routing mortises on the ends or sides of boards



Pipe Clamp Storage





Quit Rack


Router Bit Storage Cabinet

Wall hung router bit cabinet with storage for both 1/4" and 1/2" router bits

Router Lift

Router Table - Dovetail Miter Jig

This simple jig is basically the same as a spline jig you would use on your tablesaw. The difference being it is used on your router table with a dovetail bit. This makes a great change for mitered box corners. The best news is its FREE to registered members. :)

Sectional Wall-Unit

Serving Tray

A useful fun project which can be used as a serving tray, a TV table or a bedside table. When you're done with tray it folds up for easy storage.

Shop Made Track Saw w/ Riving Knife

Shop safety should come first. This shop made project will definately help with kickback when using your circular saw. Either with or without the track


Save $$ make your own Pocket Hole Jig


Game: Great family fun


Simple Bench

Basic build - but very useful!

Sliding Book Ends

Sofa Table with Drawers

Specialty Frame

Tablesaw Fence Forward Sled

Tablesaw Tenon Jig



Tool Storage Chest

Torsion Box Assembly Table

A reliable flat work area, which can be multi purposed as an outfeed table and even a workbench



Vegetable Bin



 Latest Plans

Shop Project: Sanding Disc Organizer (Organizer #120)

Sanding Disc Organizer

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A Knock-Down Chair fit for a King or Queen (Throne #119)



#118 Convertible Table – Bench


 #117 Wheelbarrow w/Free Circle Jig Plans


#116 (Kid’s Kitchen Helper Plan)

Kitchen Helper

#115 (Knock-Down Queen Size Bed Plan)

Knock-Down Queen Bed

#114 (Raised Beverage Cooler Plan)

added June 13th

Raised Cooler


Custom Sketchup Design Service Available

“Your ideas converted to a usable drawing”


The assorted versions of the Bed-In-A-Box


NOTE: For anyone that ordered a King, Double or Queen bed, prior to June 1st and didn’t receive the email blast please

Contact me with your email address & date of purchase and I will send you the updates at no charge



If you have purchase a Sketchup file for a particular plan and would like to have a metric version let me know!

I will send you the file converted to metric for a nominal fee OR explain how you can do it yourself  for FREE



These are all plans I have drawn at some point since 1998 for my own use or at the request of customers and now they are available to you. All plans are available in a PDF format. or as a Sketchup file so you can modify the plan to suit your needs it may be purchased from $2.95 – $8.95 depending on the complexity of the drawing for any of the furniture, jigs or shop made tool plans shown on the website. If you purchase both the PDF and Sketchup file you will save an additional 30 percent. There are now over 100 plans to choose from, not to mention the 350 or so free plans and jigs available to registered users. The free plans are not my drawings just free plans I have saved  since I started woodworking several years ago.

Register today …… it’s FREE and there is no catch  I promise not to flood you with emails, you may receive an email every two or three months…. just to inform you of new plans or website updates. I will certainly never share your email address with anyone.


I will email you a members only password so you can access the free plans and jigs.  As a small thank you, you will also receive an instructional PowerPoint presentation “Bandsaw Boxes Made Easy” that I made awhile back. 

WARNING: Making Bandsaw Boxes can become habit forming! :)

As woodworkers we are always looking for new ideas either for ourselves or for family, friends and clients. That is the reason I have decided to share what I have drawn up. So load your new plan on your I-pad, laptop, or whatever or just print them off and head to the shop.    Some of the plans are one of a kind, some are from pictures I’ve seen while looking for plans and some are designs I have drawn up for other folks.

You will require a PDF viewer like Adobe Reader to open the plans. Just click the icon below for the free download. If you prefer to use the Sketchup files you can download the free version of Sketchup Make (2014) here.

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Thanks for dropping by, come back soon Bruce (Wood Chuck) 3D Woodworking Plans                                                                                         

26 Responses

  1. Liam says:


    Is it possible in the future to be able to make it to where when folks order a plan, that it’s possible to have a link available under our account for future downloads, especially if the plan has been modified? I bought the double bed-in-a-box awhile ago and I know the plans have been modified since then. Or is it easier for you on your end that we just keep the plans in our emails?


    • WoodChuck says:

      Hi Liam
      That would be a fantastic idea unfortunately the service I use for digital downloads doesn’t support such a feature. As this was the first time I’ve had to make a major change to a plan it was a learning curve for everyone. I did contact everyone that had a working email address that had purchased one of the affected plans and included that parts that changed. I also posted a notice on the website regarding the models affected by the modification. Unfortunately some of the email addresses provided I wasn’t able to contact. The downloads time out after 24 hours, however if you contact me I can rest the download link or sent it to you directly whatever works best for you. I hope this answers your question.Happy Woodworking Bruce

  2. Strabmichel says:

    Hey Wood Chuck,
    Cannot access the free plans sorry i have registered and my first password wont work with it

    • WoodChuck says:

      I sent you a private email last Sunday at 8:57. This is your welcome letter that I send after you register and contains a special password so you can access the free plans. You may want to check your junk / spam file as it may have been blocked by your email server. If you add my email address to your contacts any future emails will go through. I will resend the introduction letter today just in case. Thank you for your purchase as well. Bruce (Wood Chuck)

  3. Lainey says:

    Hey Wood Chuck,
    Cannot access the free plans sorry i have registered and my first password wont work with it

    • WoodChuck says:

      Hi Lainey
      I just sent you a private email that provides the “SPECIAL” password required to access the free plans. It is not your original WordPress password.
      You should be good to go with the proper access.
      Let me know if you have any further issues.
      Bruce (Woodchuck)

      • Lainey says:

        Hi Bruce Still not working sorry taking me to Google Docs. Not able to access Sorry. Thanks Lainey

        • WoodChuck says:

          Hi Lainey
          We’re getting further -:) the registered members link should take you to Google Docs that is where most of the free plans, jigs and articles are now stored. I moved them to that location to save space on my website server. If you just click on the file folder under any of the visible directories you should see a list of free plans that you can download or open. Good Luck.

  4. KlusyWood says:

    after changing the password, I was able to connect again, but I do not know if this password is the same on the opening of the plans, or in a file that I received is different paswoord.This password I do not open.I have problem is to open the file image002.emz do not know in which program to open it and program it to me himself open.

  5. KlusyWood says:

    registration after I changed the password, now can not go on any plans or when you enter your password the first emailu.Na page but log in without any problems

  6. amoesser says:


    I love the website and look forward to being able to complete some of these projects. I am having an issue accessing the free plans, though. Paid ones, not an issue. The password that was sent to me in my welcome email allowed me to register to the site, but it will not open any of the plans. What do i need to do to fix that issue?


  7. Keltoi66 says:

    When I connect to the link you send on the introductory pdf I have access to a few folders. Which ones )if any) are the free ones and how do I download them.?
    I’m looking for a simple homemade dovetail jig…
    Thanks and sorry for the inconvenience

    • WoodChuck says:

      Hi you have access to all of those files, I just put them in alphabetical sequence as I upload up more.
      You can right click on any of them and click save as or just click on the file to open it and then save under the file menu
      I do have dovetail jigs on the site as well that might interest you. Just search all plans using dovetail as the key word.

  8. ozmedievalwoodworker says:

    have tried to access a few plans but password is not working what do I do to fix it
    cheers Adrian

    • WoodChuck says:

      If you are trying to access the free (protected plans) , you will need to use the password I just sent you with your new member registration letter. Let me know if you still have problems after trying that.

  9. simsy says:

    Thanks for the advice Woodchuck. Much appreciated. Really like the site!


  10. WoodChuck says:

    @ lumberdog
    Sorry you are having a problem. The password you require is the one provided when you registered. It was in your welcome letter. Now additional free plans for members are located in a separate location. I will contact you directly with the information. Bruce

  11. Monin says:

    I am happy to be on this site. I hope to learn from its experience and knowledge about technique and the woodwork

  12. Free Lee says:

    you do good work we all learn something from it

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