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Issues 1 - 50
WOOD MAGAZINE CHANGES / UPDATES Issue 1-50
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1 October 1984 49 Cutting board Cutting diagram: Part B 24" long
1 October 1984 75 Bracelet Mandrel is 2-1/4" diameter down to 1-1/2" diameter
2 December 1984 54 Walnut and maple frame Bill of Materials: parts order C, D, A, B
5 June 1985 57 Pint-sized picnic table DO NOT USE--SEE Outdoor Projects 1994 for correct drawings and dimensions, page 62.
6 August 1985 34 Workbench Building and installing the vise: Step 1 "Laminate two pieces of 1 1/2"-thick pine to form the vise jaw (N)."
7 October 1985 50 Surface sander Cutting Diagram: 3/4x26x48" Fir Plywood
7 October 1985 81 Oak coffee table Laying Out The Pin, Part C: 15/16" should be 1 5/16"
8 December 1985 35 Woodworker's mallets Drawing (top, left) 2 15/16" should be 1 15/16"
9 February 1986 69 Dining Table Article continued on page 87
10 April 1986 42 Solid oak dining chair Cutting Diagram: Cut part E from 1 1/16" stock or laminate two pieces of 3/4" stock
10 April 1986 42 Solid oak dining chair Assembly: Part C 16 1/8" = shoulder length equals 14 1/2" plus tenon of 7/16" and tenon of 1 3/16"
10 April 1986 60 Redwood Lantern Part F: top 4-1/8" not 5-1/8"; side 2-1/2" not 3"; 52° not 53°
12 August 1986 68 Oak breakfast tray Cutting The Box Joints, Step 1: B = 3 13/16"x12"
13 October 1986 47 Heirloom cedar chest Front Frame, Part A: tenon 1" not 1 1/2"
13 October 1986 48 Heirloom cedar chest Side Section, bottom, right: 3" and 2 1/2" transposed
13 October 1986 49 Heirloom cedar chest Supplies: 1 1/2 x 2 1/2" brass butt hinge not 1/2 x 2 1/2"
13 October 1986 51 Heirloom cedar chest Buying Guide updates: Router bit available from Sears, Craftsman 26330; Counterbalanced lid support available from Rockler, no. 26179, 800/279-4441 or rockler.com
13 October 1986 71 Jewelry Case Buying Guide: Source of Craftsman Wood Service is no longer available. Hinges available through VanDyke's Restoration part #AL02265564. Also Ace or TruValue Hardware stores under Brainerd #9054.
14 December 1986 49 Folk toys Flap Jack: 3 7/8" from center of hole to bottom of upright
14 December 1986 50 Folk toys See Saw: Arms 1/8x3/8x1 7/8"
14 December 1986 67, 69 Oak magazine rack Part F: Lap joints 3/16" deep
15 February 1987 68 Quilt Rack Project revised - see WOOD PLAN IFS-1004
16 April 1987  43 Sander Cabinet Bill of Materials: Part A width 13 1/4"; Part D length 13 1/4"; Part L length 13 1/4"
16 April 1987 49 Aniline Dyes Updated sources: Constantines Wood Center, 954/561-1716; Highland Hardware, 800/241-6748; Lee Valley Tools Ltd., 800/871-8158; Woodcraft Supply Corp., 800/225-1153
16 April 1987 63 Homemade lathe Bed Assembly: missing dimension on Pedestal is 1 1/2"; Pedestal missing dimension on part F 14"
16 April 1987 64 Homemade lathe Motor Mount: Part K from hole to edge 1 1/2" not 1/2"
16 April 1987 65 Homemade lathe Headstock Spindle: length 12 1/2" not 11 1/2"
16 April 1987 68 Homemade lathe Power Switch source: AMT
17 June 1987 38 Pin Routing Attachment Note: fits router tabletop measuring 24x16"
17 June 1987 71 Settee Bill of Materials, part B, 23 1/4" not 23 3/4"
18 August 1987 20 Tips From Your Shop (and ours) Quick 'N' Easy Band Saw Extension Table: The blade kerf for the bandsaw extension table can be made as shown, by cutting a kerf in from the left-hand side of the plywood table slightly wider than the blade. Or, an easier way to do this would be to slide the wood table through the blade, leaving a kerf behind the blade in the clamped-down extension table.
18 August 1987 41 Burl-topped coffee table Mortises: 5/8" from top of mortise to shoulder should be 1"
19 October 1987 14 Saw blade holder (tip) 2x6 delete
19 October 1987 58 Cradle Update Buying Guide: foam pad no longer available from Sears, contact Sleepland, at 3707 E. Hubbell Ave., Des Moines, IA 50317 or phone 515/262-2705.
19 October 1987 59 Cradle End Panel: 13" should be 13 3/8"; 2 3/8" should be 2 1/4"; 10 3/8" should be 10 1/8"
19 October 1987 62 Cradle Stand Shape is Support Upright Shape: top Part I is 7/8" from edge not 3/4"
19 October 1987 74 Bird feeder Gable Roof Support: 1" should be 1 9/16"
19 October 1987 75 Bird feeder Finishing Up, step 3: 1 1/4" pipe not 1 3/4" pipe; illustration 1 1/4" pipe; Bill of Materials 1 1/4" pipe and 1 1/4" flange
20 December 1987 65 Showcase wine rack Bill of Materials: Part E width 2 3/16"; illustration Part B 1/2" hole 5/8" from inside edge
20 December 1987 66 Showcase wine rack Stemware Supports: Part E holes 5/8" from edges; 8 1/2" from center of each hole; Part F hole 5/8" in from side edge. Cross Members, Part D, hole measurements (from center of holes) rear: 7/8" from both ends other holes 2 5/32" from center to next hole. Cross Members, Part D, hole measurements (from center of holes) front: 7/8" from both ends other holes 4 5/16" from center to next hole.
20 December 1987 79 Fat cat bulldozer Attach the Dozer Blade, Step 2, 56° note: If your miter gauge reads 0° when set perpendicular to the blade, set the gauge at 34°. If your miter gauge reads 90° when set perpendicular to the blade, set the gauge at 56°.
21 February 1988 50 Portrait Perfect Picture Frame Rabbet should be at least 1/4" deeper than picture package (glass, mat, mounting board, backing board)
21 February 1988 68 Barrister's bookcase See Talking Back Issue 23, June 1988, page 10, 1 1/2" should be 1 9/16"
21 February 1988 73 Stackable file cabinet Bill of Materials: Part F, width 1 5/8"; Part H, quantity 2
24 August 1988 35 Tractor Bill of Materials: Part D, length, 4 1/4"
25 October 1988 78 Mini-safe Bill of Materials: Part A, length, 5 1/2"; Part C, length, 4 15/16"
25 October 1988 79 Bill box and key keeper Bill of Materials: Part B, length, 10"
26 December 1988 68 Scrollsawn ornaments Illustration: 2 3/4" should be 1 3/8"
28 April 1989 20 More helpful tips First tip page 66 not page 42
28 April 1989 34 Southwest Bowl Block Pattern Lamination: Top layer 3 1/8" should be 3"
28 April 1989 35 Southwest Bowl Feature Layer: 6 1/4" should be 6", side dimensions add up to 12 3/8"
28 April 1989 49 Trestle table Illustration, right side: 3/16" hole countersunk on bottom side of (C) (not D); illustration, bottom center: End of (D) (not C) protrudes 1/2" from outside edge of (A) on both ends.
28 April 1989 51 Trestle table Support drawing: 3/8" should be 3 1/8"
28 April 1989 70 Acorn birdhouse Template, left side, to hole center: 3/4" should be 2"
29 June 1989 20 More tips Last tip page 70 not page 60
29 June 1989 46 Entertainment center Cutting diagram: material for Part A is Oak Plywood
29 June 1989 47 Entertainment center Cutting diagram: material for Parts M,N,O is 1/2x5 1/2x96" Oak
29 June 1989 81 Napkin holder center column, step 7, 3/4" hole in each shaker
29 June 1989 92 Entertainment center Buying Guide: new phone number 612/478-8201
30 August 1989 39 Shaker chair Dowel Clamp: letters clockwise are C/E/A/D/B
30 August 1989 43 Shaker chair Drilling Guide Chart: Right Front Leg change B to D; Left Front Leg change C to E
30 August 1989 61 Doll Cradle Edge-Join, Step 1: two 6 1/4x12" panels
30 August 1989 62 Doll Cradle Bill of Materials: Parts E and F 6 1/4" width
31 October 1989 32 Products That Perform Plantation Woodstains is out of business
31 October 1989 73 Classic Woody Cutting the tires, step 2: R = 21/32"
31 October 1989 77 Classic Woody License Plate is no longer available; instant glue is Hot Stuff Package, #21J06.10; hardwood source is out of date.
31 October 1989 77 Classic Woody Update (9/01): six spoked-wheel inserts available from Drico Products 888/577-3257
32 December 1989 46 Tambour desk Add to Supplies: 1" brass knob (6) and 1 1/4" brass knob (2)
32 December 1989 46 Tambour desk Bill of Materials: Part X Shelf, 3/4x5 1/2x41 1/2", material A, quantity 1
32 December 1989 51 Writing desk Buying Guide: Constantines no longer carries the porcelain knobs
Taper Jig: new phone, Constantines Wood Center, 954/561-1716, www.constantines.com
32 December 1989 86 Tabletop easel Bill of Materials: part B, 5/8" thick
32 December 1989 87 Tabletop easel Full-size hinge pattern - see correct pattern issue 34, page 14
33 February 1990 44 Oak dry sink Drawer: Cut a 7/8" rabbet 1/2" deep across both ends on the back surface of the drawer front
33 February 1990 45 Buying guide phone number 800/241-9741
34 April 1990 47 Dollhouse in a box Illustration chimney: 1/4" hole in chimney cap M
34 April 1990 73 Psaltery Buying Guide: 50 feed of #1 music wire
35 June 1990 62 Settee Seat Frame: #10x1 1/2" F.H. wood screws through E and into B; #10x1 1/2" F.H. screws into D and C
35 June 1990 65 Settee Braces (Q) pattern: Screw hole centerline not centerpoints
35 June 1990 69 Showcase Illustration part B: missing dimension for line 13 1/2"
35 June 1990 70 Showcase Spline Jig: side measurement is 4" not 2 1/2"
35 June 1990 75 Handscrew Clamps No Buying Guide Source (Jan 2003)
36 August 1990 45 Country clock You're almost done, step 1: dial backing C not D
37 September 1990 28 Worldwide Woods phone changed 303/425-7070
37 September 1990 53 Labor-of-Love Workbench Hole Locations Detail: part L label should be Q; part M label should be R; Buying Guide: Vise catalog no. G9850, Grizzly 800-523-4777; Laminate maple benchtop no. BBT30060, Dunn & Company, 800-728-3866, 1335 NE 50th Ave, Des Moines, IA 50313.
38 October 1990 22-23 Shop Tip Missing copy: "…stripping agent and that will speed the aging process of your new parts. About the third time you do this, you won't be able to distinguish the new part from the old ones."
39 December 1990 37 Castle caption: part P not part H
39 December 1990 41 Business-card case Bill of Materials: part E, width 3/8"
39 December 1990 46 Cutting board End Grain Detail: 1" between crosscuts not 3/4"
39 December 1990 72 Battling Harmful Vapors See Talking Back, June 1991, page 8, for safety update
40 January 1991 38 Large-Scale Moldings See Talking Back, August 1991, page 6, for formula for 8 and 9" blades.
40 January 1991 48 Sharpshooter's showcase Dentil mold detail: 3/8" dado 3/8" deep not 1/4"
40 January 1991 51 Sharpshooter's showcase Buying Guide sources are no longer available
41 February 1991 19 Chisel Rack Tip in Talking Back issue 51, April 1992, p. 10.
41 February 1991 51 Martin Guitar see pages xx is pages 52 and 53
41 February 1991 76 Cherry wall cabinet 1/2" rabbet 3/8" deep on both ends of part I (see step 3). Buying guide update: no-mortise hinge (#00H51.21) available from Lee Valley at leevalley.com. Cabinet kit no. 101WD is no longer available, order parts separately. Cherry Tree no longer selling cherry dowels, check your local hardware stores.
42 April 1991 59 Mahogany outdoor chair Cutting diagram: 3/4x9 1/4x96" Mahogany change bottom row to all part I
43 June 1991 14 Shop Tip (dust-collector switch) See Talking Back, February 1992, p. 6
43 June 1991 45 Dust Collection Buying Guide: Low-voltage switching kit. Double-pole, single-throw relay source: Grainger, part #4E944
43 June 1991 46 Dust collector Step 3: Cut a piece of 1/4" stock to 1 3/16" wide by 22" long for the louver supports (E).
43 June 1991 59 Duck under glass Step 4: crosscut two pieces of 3/8" stock to 1 1/2x24"
43 June 1991 81 Jelly bean machine Bill of Materials: Part E length 2 3/4"
44 August 1991 35 Calendar/Clock Buying Guide changed: New Products, 1 Alpine Court, Chestnut Ridge, NY 10927
44 August 1991 68 Home Brews Milk Paint see Talking Back issue 51, April 1992, p. 8
45 September 1991 50 Barstools Leg and Top Side Rail: measurements for breakfast barstool, top two mortise centerpoints 6" not 5 3/4", bottom 5 3/8"
46 October 1991 15 Palm-sander holder 1 1/2" stock (we used a 2x8 not 2x6)
46 October 1991 48 Work with Plywood Stop Block 3/8" hole, 1/4" deep. See Talking Back, issue 49, Jan 1992, p. 6
49 January 1992 31 Hand-Carved Cookie Molds Clarity: The 1 1/4" dimension refers to the distance between the two patterns. See Talking Back, issue 57, December 1992, page 12, for revised drawing.
49 January 1992 51 Acrylic-Impregnated Wood Clock/Pen set parts: Klockit, PO Box 636, Lake Geneva, WI 53147
49 January 1992 70 Shaker wall clock Buying Guide changed: Turncraft Clocks, Inc., PO Box 100, Mound, MN 55364-0100
50 February 1992 39 Shelving Showcase Vein Detail: 1/4" veins 3/16" deep
50 February 1992 58 Mitersaw Cabinet End View Detail: 17/32" groove not 1/4" groove for tape measure
50 February 1992 68 Rough ‘N' Ready Wrecker Bill of Materials: Part D 4 1/4" Length

Continued on page 2:  Issues 51 - 100

 

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scorpio_aq wrote:

Issue 222 November 2013 On the Easy to Build Country Sideboard: Part "D" the high must be 20 3/4 instead of 20 1/2, Part "A" the distance from the top to the first dado must be 11 1/2, this avoid the uneven finish between "B" and "K".

11/10/2013 01:18:56 PM Report Abuse
kjarrett65 wrote:

Didn't see an answer to this particular problem, so I will assume it does not exist. On several of your plans it calls for inserting a 3/4" diameter pipe into a 3/4" diameter hole. the problem arises in that pipe is figured based on the "inside" diameter instead of the outside. In this situation a 3/4" diameter pipe would require a hole diameter of at least 1 1/16" Thank you, Rev. Keith Jarrett

7/15/2013 08:29:45 PM Report Abuse
kathleensmit wrote:

Issue 219 - July 2013 Raised-panel-bit boxes. Pages 54 and 55 are not complete. Need to be reprinted.

5/23/2013 05:05:03 PM Report Abuse
swallace19431 wrote:

Issue # 218 (May 2013). In the text, para.2, you say, position the rip fence 31/4 inch from the dado blade. However in the illistration, pg. 47 it shows the dado 3 inches in from the end of the board. Which is correct?

5/14/2013 04:42:37 PM Report Abuse
charles hachat wrote:

issue 215 dump truck,location of wheel holes can't be correct.rear dual wheel hole 1 5/8 and 2 1/8 too close.approximately 3 3/4 from end on second hole.

5/8/2013 02:04:25 PM Report Abuse
dickcottrell47 wrote:

I have a June of 1994 Wood Magazine that has an article on 44 regarding building a solar "Kiln" The article offers plans and material list to build the kiln for $9.95. I sent a check and request for plans and material list to the address at wood magazine and my letter came back "undeliverable". Who do I send this to.....? to get a set of plans and material list? dick cottrell

4/3/2013 10:58:24 AM Report Abuse
jerry h. wrote:

Iss. 218,page43,drawing 2,should the rabbets be 1/4/in instead of 3/8?

3/16/2013 09:17:50 PM Report Abuse
Cyberwil2 wrote:

Looking a the Dec/Jan 2012/2013 issue and on page 18 is a Dead-on accurate Shelf-pin jig. The story says to use the drawing at the right to build the jig. No drawing.

2/18/2013 07:59:32 PM Report Abuse
drury.william wrote:

i am looking april 1989 issue page 70 issue 28 it's a acorn bird

12/18/2012 09:56:31 AM Report Abuse
rgross241 wrote:

In Issue 208 the material list does not list part "A" nor any sizes for this part

11/25/2012 02:37:07 PM Report Abuse
bob_trowbridge wrote:

Issue 209 - Box Joint jig I am new a routing. My router will only extend above the table 15/16", with a 1/4" mounting plate. If I use a 3/4" bedplate on the jig, the bit will only extend 3/16" above the plate. I have a 5/16" dia. bit, so the extension needs to be 5/16". Are there longer bits available? Or does my Craftsman router have too short a travel? I am into woodworking on a shoestring budget.

10/21/2012 10:27:20 AM Report Abuse
grzendafarm1 wrote:

Nov 2012 issue: On Page 62, the web site for the hardware kit is correct but they do not offer that kit. Any suggestions as to another site?

10/16/2012 07:40:12 AM Report Abuse
MadMaxH3 wrote:

In issue #213 on page 60 for the "Tic-Tac-Toe Game Set", should the dimensions for "Part D - top/bottom panels" be : 1/4"x 4-5/8"x4-5/8" ?

8/8/2012 07:15:40 PM Report Abuse
sshanman wrote:

I am currently working on the Playtime Express found in Issue #14, page #74 and have a question regarding part "U" the top of the passenger car. The plan calls out a 1/2" beading bit. The part is listed as 1/2" stock. This bit is too large to leave a reveal top and bottom as shown in the photo. Is it supposed to be a 3/8" or 5/16" bit?. If you center a 3/8" bit the piece wants to crawl under the bearing. Thank you, Sam Shanman. samuelshanman824@gmail.com

4/21/2012 08:50:36 PM Report Abuse
vernshomes2 wrote:

In issue #209 dec/jan 2011/2012 The carousel music box I made but unite was to unstable that I put a ring lazy suzan in it and made a world of difference on how it looks and works Vernon Johnson Clearwater MN 55320 612 202 5708 VernsHomes@ gmail.com

2/18/2012 12:38:01 PM Report Abuse
lgreen512 wrote:

Thanks for a great project this month(Mar 12)and thanks for the update, but I think there is another misprint. Part "F" how far up or down due you drill the holes(3/8")from the end. You say find the center point and drill 3/8" holes even on the drawinds you do not have the measerments like everything else. Your help is needed-----Thanks

2/16/2012 10:57:13 PM Report Abuse
greyowl8 wrote:

Iżve subscribed to Wood magazine almost from the beginning. How about posting these changes / updates in a downloadable searchable PDF, excel or some such file.

1/1/2012 02:20:39 PM Report Abuse
Rich J. wrote:

I would like to build the crownless shelf from issue197 May/ June 2010, but I am having no luck finding the plyood cap moulding in oak. Anyone have a thought where I might be able to locate this.

7/24/2011 09:49:15 AM Report Abuse
steel_dragon67 wrote:

@ronnmeg you can find assorted candies at your local Cracker Barrel or you can go to Gumball.com hope this helps

1/25/2011 06:59:41 PM Report Abuse
m_saffel wrote:

issue 202 gumball machine, I found that if you put round hard candy instead of gumballs works just as well.

12/29/2010 02:24:06 PM Report Abuse

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