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These are two of the many woodworking forums that I have joined.
Woodworkforums.com a forum based in Australia with contributors from all over the world. Many sub forums, including a very active discussion on wooden toys and model making.
For example, do a search on making wooden wheels.
Lumberjocks.com is a forum with more than 100k participants to show and discuss woodworking projects. Become a member and create your own blog. Share your ideas and learn from others.
Everyone likes to get something for nothing. Free plans are very popular among woodworkers and toy makers.
Woodworkersworkshop.com is the largest collection of free woodworking project plans. Includes a search engine to help you find just the plans you want.
Sometimes free plans just don't cut the mustard.
Childrens Toys and Games Woodworking Plans for sale at very reasonable cost. Some plans offer a choice of PDF download at a discounted price or a paper version.
Aschi's Workshop has a number of free wooden toy plans, including plans to build a toy fire truck. Peter Aschenberger, who lives in Australia, is the creator and designer of the Tuff Truck Series, Scale Model Series and Junior Series.
A short video showing how the wedges are attached to the top of the legs.
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