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Thanks Robert…

February 13, 2011 by  
Filed under Photo Your Stuff

Folks you need to check this PDF out.

It is a Toy Crane made by Robert Clark Rutkowski known as’Metrotek’ Robert has made this crane for the terminally ill Children in the hospital…below as Robert has said it…Click here to download his PDF.

I built the WOODEN TOY CRANE depicted in the attached photographs for the terminally ill children of Doernbecher’s Children’s Hospital in Portland, Oregon. i feel so sorry for those little innocent beings.


4 Responses to “Thanks Robert…”

  1. bobbollin on February 14th, 2011 1:46 am

    Very impressive!! Excellent craftsmanship and I’m sure the kids will enjoy!

  2. Derick Oaten on February 14th, 2011 3:37 am

    Hi Rick & Bob,
    I guess that the free instructional PDFs which were available for so many of the series are no longer being offered.
    Are they available as a purchase?

    What plans are you talking about? Please send me an email and describe the plans to me…


  3. David Burrows on February 14th, 2011 10:06 am

    Thats a cool crane .I also make toys for the hardship kids and give them away at Christmas. Do yo have plans for this crane?

  4. ROBERT CLARK RUTKOWSKI on February 14th, 2011 11:19 am

    Sorry but I have no plans. I just designed and built it on the spur of the moment. I engineered and drew plans for it at the time and continued to updates these as I went along.
    I just recently designed and built a really cool computer stand for my machine and am in the process of building a canopy for my bed that looks like beams. Actually the beam structure is finished and I’m starting today on the hoist trolley.
    You can go see these at: http://lumberjocks.com/projects/43046.
    I really don’t do ‘fine woodworking’ such as furniture, I build machinery. Everything I make always comes out looking ‘industrial’.
    I want to thank you all for your kind comments.
    Thanks again Robert