Permies alerts me via email when I receive purple moosages. When Annie sent her complaint, I notified Permies staff immediately. Then, the next day, we exchanged purple moosages.
In my defense: When I list a set of drawings, I place a small horizontal blurry image of the actual PDF large document drawings that make up the set. This is done to convey the simplicity/complexity/extent of the plan set. In each set, I will add notes for best practices, and in this particular set I state that the design is best for hot climates (however, the initial specimen was built at Wheaton Labs
, and does fine there over the course
of a full sun summer day). This model is the most simple of all my dehydrator drawings and I do not (as of now) offer a materials and measurements listing sheet, instead, I show the position of each material within the construction and dimension them as well. I tell you (through graphical information and the use of leaders and dimension lines) where to place materials to make the science work for you. I do not tell you how many screws to use, optional sourcing of materials, and how much to expect the project
to cost. If someone was to alter the construction, the entire material list of dimensions could become obsolete (because I am not selling you a package of cut material - all pieces in a box). Furthermore, (on costs and the extent of direction herein), if you were to print these drawings at full size, it would cost 5 USD per page for black and white (triple that for color copies).
With all this said: I have posted a 20 USD bounty for material and cut lists for each of my dehydrator drawings. Also, I have been thinking of ways that I may rearrange the plans for easier printing - at home printing. I imagine this could be 30 letter size pages, instead of a few large documents. Furthermore, if you are reading this and know of a way that I may protect my PDFs from pirating, I would appreciate any information you have.