RE: I'm Puzzled

I'm puzzled why there are so many "Looking for free plans" types on this list.
The cost of the plans for a project, regardless of what it is, probably represents less than 5% of the total project cost.
If you truly want to reduce your costs, reduce the price of materials by buying quantities and with terms the supplier can use to offer you a lower price.
Invest in machinery to reduce the time to complete a project.
Invest money to reduce your energy consumption costs.
Find more efficient ways to minimize your cost of money, if you borrow it.
Any or all of the above will reduce your costs far beyond the few $ you might save with so-called "free plans".
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Lew

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It's a matter of psychology and the challenge to save a few dollars. Just like someone who drives all around town to save $10 or $20 on computer equipment while wasting three hours and all that gas, or ebay bidders who often pay more than retail for something, it's self delusion and a competition thing.
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George wrote:

I think you'll find people requesting "FREE" plans are the weekenders or the occasional WW'ers. More experienced WW'ers most likely know the value of a plan or can build it without. Then again there are WW'ers who aren't computer geeks too.
Kevin
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