Building a geodesic dome has
never been easier.
Whether you're a professional home builder, a do-it-yourself type or you already own a dome home but would like a matching outbuilding or shop, Professional Dome Plans gives you the tools you'll need to successfully build a geodesic dome. The detailed shop drawings and simple formulas explain it all every length, every angle, every board.
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Dome Plans is a book for builders not dreamers. If you're planning to construct your own dome, the detailed shop drawings and terse suggestions will be well
worth the asking price." *
"Mother Earth News"
January, 1990 Full
* The comment that it's "well worth the asking price" reflects the original 1990 price of $34.95. Regrettably,
we are unable to continue to develop and deliver the plans for that price. A personal license is now $54.95 for unlimited personal use
and a commercial license is $184.95 plus a modest royalty.
who has ever been intimidated by the desire to build
a geodesic dome will be relieved to know that the cavalry
has arrived... Professional Dome Plans, has brought
the other-worldly science of building geodesic domes
down to earth where it belongs firmly within the abilities
of the do-it-yourselfer... The simplicity of the book
suggests careful thought from Hill. The drawings are
clear and easy to understand.. What it all adds up to
in the end is a book that cuts through the complex geodesic
math, reducing it to the unimportant obstacle that it
is, clearing the way for the important task of building
March, 1989 Full
* "Canadian Workshop"
changed its name to "Canadian Home Workshop"
in May of 1998. It's still the same great magazine,
just with a new name.
to give a simple understanding of a complex building
procedure, Professional Dome Plans is a collection
of drawings and diagrams that aims to make dome
building self-explanatory... Jeffery O. Hill is
a former plant manager at Oregon Dome where he helped
produce commercial and residential domes. To Hill's
credit, the plan book is thorough."
Mid-March, 1989 Full
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