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Issues 51 - 100
WOOD MAGAZINE CHANGES / UPDATES Issues 51-100
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51 April 1992 51 Dovetail Jig Locating The Guides: kerf should be on the right side, not left side. See Talking Back issue 54, September 1992, p. 8.
51 April 1992 58 High Chair Step 8: "With the outside face up" not down
51 April 1992 59 High Chair Miter-Cutting the Stretchers not Rails; Inside face up or Outside face down (part D); Bill of Materials: Part A 23 1/4" Length; Leg Assembly: A = 23 1/4" length; 3/16" shank hole not 5/32"; 1/8" pilot hole not 7/64".
51 April 1992 60 High Chair Base illustration: no holes on top of part D.
51 April 1992 61 High Chair Seat illustration (right corner): 1 1/2" not 1 1/8"; Step 3, do plug the holes; Step 5, 5° not 10°.
51 April 1992 62 High Chair Support Detail: only 1 screw in L/M not 2.
51 April 1992 63 High Chair Buying guide tray new address: Rockler, 4365 Willow Dr., Edina, MN 55340.
51 April 1992 63 High Chair Buying guide Miller Hardware address: 1300 ML King, Des Moines, IA 50314.
51 April 1992 72 Buying Boards See Talking Back issue 54, September 1992, p. 6 for reader letter.
52 June 1992 41 Sharpening Carving Tools Buying guide new source, polishing compound: Wood N' Things, Inc., 208/375-9663
52 June 1992 55 Classic Column Buying guide new phone: 800/321-6840
52 June 1992 59 Porch rocker Rocker Lamination: 1 3/4" dadoes not 1 1/2"; End Frame Assembly: missing dimension part B 14 3/4".
52 June 1992 64 Woodie revival Photo caption: woodwork is by Ohioan Steve Glasier
53 August 1992 46 Tin punching Buying Guide: Country Accents new address and phone 570/478-4127, 1723 Scaife Road, Williamsport, PA 17701
53 August 1992 51 Pie Safe Buying Guide tin panels: area code change 570/478-4127; Hardware: polished brass latch with catch
53 August 1992 78 Wagon Front Wheel Support: front edge of H not I; struts L = 5 1/2", trim 3/4" for K
53 August 1992 79 Wagon Cutting Diagram: part P from Walnut not Walnut Plywood; Bill of Materials: G 1" Thick, L 5 1/2" Length
54 September 1992 69 Workbench Buying Guide: Woodworker's Vise is no longer available, use vise of own choice
54 September 1992 72 Idea Shop stool Tenon illustration: for part A the glue line is on the adjacent face; 1/4" for part C not 1/2"
54 September 1992 77 Wall Cabinet System Exploded View: Change 3/4x2 inch non-mortise hinge to 7/8x2-1/2 inch non-mortise hinge
54 September 1992 79 Wall Cabinet System Buying Guide: Hardware kit no longer available. Wire pull no. 39768, magnetic catch with strike plate no. 29280, no-mortise hinge no. 90434. Rockler Woodworking and Hardware, 800/279-4441 or www.rockler.com
54 September 1992 81 Workshop Clock Buying guide clock parts: Quartz clock movement #10002; hands #66995; face and bezel assembly #27029
55 October 1992 37 Shaker-style tall chest Divider (D) bottom measurement: 5 5/8" not 5 3/8". See Talking Back, issue 62, August 1993, page 11.
55 October 1992 40 Shaker-style tall chest Step 3: "over the front edge of the top shelf (C)."
57 December 1992 61 Train Cut the Parts, Step 1: part B 12 1/4" length; Parts View: part B not A for Pilot/Chassis; width 7/16"+2 5/8"+7/16"; 7/8" should be 15/16"
57 December 1992 62 Train Locomotive: Part D, 1 1/4" to center of hole is 1 1/8"; Part C, width is 2 5/8" not 2 1/2"
57 December 1992 63 Train Bill of Materials: C 2 5/8" width; F 2 3/4" long.
57 December 1992 65 Train Buying Guides are no longer available, no other sources found
57 December 1992 68 Periscope Final assembly, step 2: "Position the router table fence 1 1/4" from the center of the bit." "front piece (B)" not (A).
58 January 1993 49 Router retrofit Buying Guide, Router plate: Insert plate 3/8x12x12" acrylic no. 16L71. Woodcraft, 800-225-1153, woodcraft.com
58 January 1993 61 Blanket Chest Lid Support: part P should be Q; part B should be R. Note: measure for the hinge pilot holes
58 January 1993 81 Router-fence system safety guard Width end of acrylic top is 3 7/8"
59 February 1993 34 Baby's first bed Bill of Materials: Part A is 43 7/16" long
59 February 1993 35 Baby's first bed Top edge of cornerpost (A) no higher than 1/16" above top edge of (B).
59 February 1993 36 Baby's first bed Taper Detail, 43 7/16" to bottom of post; Corner Posts, right leg, top, 1 1/16" from center of hole to top, 5 5/16" from center of hole to top
59 February 1993 39 Baby's first bed Guide Rod: 5/8" between corner post bracket and "S" bar mounting plate
59 February 1993 42 Random-Orbit Sanders Porter-Cable 333 not 7336
59 February 1993 45 Random-Orbit Sanders Porter-Cable 7336 not 333
59 February 1993 52 Dining Table Step 5 and 6: Base drawing is Crossmember drawing
59 February 1993 56 Dining Table Buying Guide: kit discontinued. Tabletop fasteners #34215, T-nuts #26054, floor guides #18657, and extension slides (wood #29496 or steel #29694); available from Rockler at 800/279-4441 or rockler.com; table aligners #JH 3 available from Woodworker's Hardware at 800/383-0130 or wwhardware.com
59 February 1993 68 Birdhouse Cutting Diagram: bottom right corner, 4 1/4 should be 4 1/2"
60 April 1993 60 A Credenza With Charisma Door and Side Frames: Part B, width 1 1/4"
60 April 1993 61 A Credenza With Charisma Glass-Stop Positioning Jig: 1 1/8" wide; 1/2" should be 3/8"
60 April 1993 62 A Credenza With Charisma Section View, Glass Shelf: 13 3/8" + 31 1/8" + 13 3/8"
60 April 1993 75 Dining Chairs Bill of Materials: Part D 15 5/16" length
60 April 1993 76 Dining Chairs Side Frame Assembly: Part D is 15 5/16" length
61 June 1993 27 Willow Works Address: The Wonderful Willow Works, 755 Main St., Belgium, WI 53004
61 June 1993 59 Rocking Snail Measurement from the front edge of the slats to the front of the body should be 3 1/2"; Antennae pegs should be shortened to 1" in length and the mounting holes drilled 1" deep. Making the antennae small round knobs.
62 August 1993 34 High and Mighty Tablesaw Jig Buying guide changed to Schlabaugh & Sons Woodworking, 800/346-9663. Stock no. TJ-101.
62 August 1993 36 Raised Panels and Frames The exact angle of the saw blade to cut bevels on raised panels will vary according to the width of the reveal.
63 September 1993 23 Fold-Out Work Supports Side, width: 35 1/4" not 37 1/4"
63 September 1993 34 Tall Clock Cutting Diagram: 1/4x24x96" Oak plywood
63 September 1993 36 Tall Clock Marking the hole locations: both end 3/4" should be 3/8"
63 September 1993 38 Tall Clock New supplier for clock parts: Schlabaugh & Sons Woodworking, 800/346-9663.
63 September 1993 46 Sees & Such Snack Shop Change "However, birds that typcically feed on the ground, like cardinals and juncoes, use a crevice in a tree bark to hold their seed while they peck it open." to "However, cardinals and juncos use the platform board. Nuthatches wedge seed into a crevice to peck."
63 September 1993 56 Intarsia Coatrack Pattern: eye made out of Maple
64 October 1993 78 Shaker bed Buying Guide, hardware kit: Bed bolt covers JG-226 changed to KK-22. Stock no. WMBD KIT no longer available. New address and phone: Hershberger Hardware, 1411-TR178, Baltic, OH 43804, 800-734-8044.
65 November 1993 38 Sears Whole Shop
Dust Collection Kit
Kit #29964 for manifold system
65 November 1993 60 Ageless Urn Carrier board stave pocket should be 8 7/8" long. Stave pocket depth 1 1/2"; stave width 1 1/2". New Bill of Materials in April 1994, page 8.
65 November 1993 69 Block Quilt Hanging Miter-Cutting the Diamonds: from blade should be 7/8" not 1"
66 December 1993 35 Fastening Tools Jet 800/274-6848
66 December 1993 36 Teddy Bear Chair Step 2: 3/4"-thick cherry to 1 5/8"x18 1/4"
66 December 1993 37 Teddy Bear Chair Exploded View: Part E, 6 1/4" from top of leg to seat top
66 December 1993 37 Teddy Bear Chair Backrest: Part B, 11 3/4" should be 11 1/8"; 8 1/4" should be 7 1/8"
66 December 1993 40 Teddy Bear Chair Final Assembly: Top (A) 11 3/8" should be 10 1/4" to top of armrest
66 December 1993 41 Teddy Bear Chair Full-sized front leg patterns: 5 1/2" should be 6 5/8"
67 January 1994 15 Shop Tip Misspelled name David Hogue
67 January 1994 35 Miter Jig Bill of Materials, part J, 2 pieces not 4
67 January 1994 37 Miter Jig Handle Pattern: 1/4" too short, goes over polycarbonate too
67 January 1994 39 Miter Jig Buying Guide: price should have been $49.95 as of 4/94
68 February 1994 34 Country Cabinet Stanley hinges are no longer available. See plan DP-00060 for updated project.
68 February 1994 35 Country Cabinet Cutting Diagram: board for U,T,V,Y should be 3/4x9 1/4x96" Pine
68 February 1994 35 Country Cabinet Upper Molding Detail: label G should be H and label H should be G
68 February 1994 35 Country Cabinet Lower Molding Detail: label H should be F and label G should be H
69 April 1994 26 Ask WOOD The Crafts Fair Guide zip code is 94942
69 April 1994 73 Safari Puzzle Full-Sized Pattern: dog pattern should be labeled MW
69 April 1994 76 Country Chair End View: lines for locating dowel hole centerpoints should be 7 1/4" not 4 7/16"
72 September 1994 34 Roll-Around Plywood Cart Side View, End Panel A: top, 3" should be 2 1/4; angled side edge, first 18 3/4" should be 18 1/4"
72 September 1994 49 Mobile Workbench Buying Guide, Vise. Record vise is no longer being manufactured, use vise of own choice.
72 September 1994 50 Mobile Workbench Under "It's time to add the vise," step 1: Record vise is no longer being manufactured, use vise of own choice.
73 October 1994 47 The Perfect Polyurethane The Flecto Co., Inc. 800/635-3286 U.S./800/387-3625 Canada
73 October 1994 57 Biscuit Joiners Notes 1- 4 missing: 1. (HH) Hand-held (ST) Stationary (*) Designed for use with drill press; 2. (B) Belt (D) Direct (G) Gear (*) Machines have a slip clutch for preventing kickback and extending motor and gear life; 3. (E) English (M) Metric; 4. (A) Adjustable (F) Fixed (0° and 45° only) (*) Adjustable fence available (#) 0° only
73 October 1994 75 Tureen Buying Guide: 801/266-1578
74 November 1994 74 Corner Classic Update, Step 4: where shelves (E) fit into dadoes into sides (C) cut 1/8" shorter the shelves (D). This will allow wood movement to slide in and out of dadoes.
74 November 1994 76 Corner Classic Update, Step 2: after top and bottom are installed, now install shelves D and E. Note: Do not glue E in place, the shelves must be able to move. Fasten with screw in the corner where A and B are joined with one screw 4" in A and one screw 4" from corner in B.
75 December 1994 35 Scrollsawn Ornaments Super Scrollsaw Patterns is no longer published
75 December 1994 56 Dresser-Top Delight Bill of Materials: parts L,M,N width is1 3/32"; R width is 3 7/32"; S width is 5 7/32"; T width is 11 7/32"
75 December 1994 63 Snow Globe Buying Guide: Craft Supplies USA is no longer sourcing the snow globe
75 December 1994 69 Shop Clock Buying Guide, Engraved Plate: As of August 2001 cost is $10 per plate, address changed Custom Awards, 9200 Hickman Road, Suite S, Des Moines, IA 50325.
75 December 1994 73 Snowman Buying Guide, new address: Roberts Studio, 2620 Heather Road, Seymour, TN 37865, 800/316-9010
75 December 1994 74 Pee-Wee Starter Set (golf) Supplies: 3/16x1 1/4" carriage bolt not 13/16"
75 December 1994 104 Finishing Touches Only the brochure is free, not the book
76 January 1995 43 Pocket-Hole Joinery Trend-Lines 800/767-9999
76 January 1995 57 Notable Door D?cor Buying Guide, tuned chime rods, are no longer available.
76 January 1995 61 Portable Planer

Original project designed for a 10" planer, new dimensions are for 12" planer: Exploded View: width of I should be 21 1/4"; width of K + L's should be 21 1/8"; Side Panel: 2 1/2" between top edge and holes should be 4"

76 January 1995 62 Portable Planer Bill of Materials: E length is 22"; F length is 21 1/4"; G length is 21 1/4"'
I width is 21 1/4"; K width is 20 5/8"; M length is 20 5/8"
76 January 1995 63 Portable Planer Parts View: part J 1/4"-wide slots 1 1/2" long
77 February 1995 39 Slow-Speed Grinders Penn State 800/377-7297
77 February 1995 45 Develop Your Shop Skills To get the proper measurement when starting to measure from the 1" mark on a tape, add 1" to the desired board length.
77 February 1995 57 Plant Stand Buying Guide: Leichtung Workshops no longer sourcing the material
77 February 1995 65 Mission Buffet Buying Guide no longer available. Substitute pulls: Drawer pull item 01G60.10 and door pull item 01G60.20; hinge item 02H10.04 available from Lee Valley, leevalley.com or 800/871-8158; door catch item 27H03 available from Woodcraft, woodcraft.com or 800/535-4486
77 February 1995 70 Bird Houses Illustration: top and bottom 2x4s 8 29/32" apart
77 February 1995 71 Bird Houses Bird Feeders: Step 3, third line, concrete-coated should be resin-coated.
77 February 1995 72 Bird Houses Wood Duck Nest Box: 25 3/4" should be 26 3/8"
77 February 1995 72 Bird Houses Wren House: 1" hole, dimension to center of hole 1 1/2"
78 April 1995 64 Federal Mirror Routing the Cove: E is 3/8" thick, cove is 1/4" deep, so there should be only 1/8" in contact with pilot bearing.
78 April 1995 65 Federal Mirror Bill of Materials: Part B, width is 6 1/2"; Screw-Hole Detail, 3/8" plug 5/16" long
79 June 1995 42 One Cool Cabinet
(ice box)
Buying Guide Hardware change to Van Dyke's 800/558-1234 or go to vandykes.com. Brass elbow catch no. 02230503; icebox label no. 02220063; 2 pair of offset hinges no. 02222905; right-hand latch and catch no. 02243872; one pair of combination hinge and lid supports no. 02285835.
79 June 1995 44 Radial-Arm Saw Stop Pattern Pack: missing dimension on part B, 5/32" holes countersunk
79 June 1995 53 Easy Glider Pattern Pack: back slats, where you see the symbol ø substitute the fraction 11/16".
79 June 1995 56 Easy Glider Exploded View: assembly with parts A/B/C/D/E 1/4x2 1/4" R.H. machine screw
79 June 1995 57 Easy Glider Supplies: 1/4x2 1/4" roundhead stainless steel machine screws
79 June 1995 57 Easy Glider Bill of Materials: Part U, length 56 1/2"
79 June 1995 57 Easy Glider Buying guide: New address McFeely's, PO Box 11169, Lynchburg, VA 24506-9963 or call 800/443-7937
79 June 1995 69 Teeter-Totter Bill of Materials: Part E, length 9 1/4"
80 August 1995 73 Tanglewood Fireball Pendant "Stive to make the strands a constant diameter (about 5/32" is good).
81 September 1995 26 Tool Buyer's Update Detroit Radiant Products Co. new #800/222-1100
81 September 1995 41 Canoe Craftsmanship/Bumbaca Paleo Canoe Co. is out of business
81 September 1995 42 Coffee Table Pattern Pack: build the table leg using the measurements in the article and correct the measurements on the pattern to match those of the article. (see article-pages 42-47)
81 September 1995 44 Coffee Table Buying Guide is no longer available
81 September 1995 64 Gardener's Gold Mine Source for cedar post top balls no longer available. 
82 October 1995 18 Shims Veritas dado shim set sold by Veritas Tools 800/667-2986 and protected by patent.
83 November 1995 64 Country Plate Rack for missing full-size pattern, send self-addressed stamped envelope to WOOD magazine, 1716 Locust, LS221, Des Moines, IA 50309-3023
83 November 1995 69 Timeless Timekeeper Buying Guide update: Supplier for quartersawn oak no longer available.
83 November 1995 70 Child's Activity Center step 3, reference should be page 30
83 November 1995 78 Home Computers foot note: page reference should be page 82
83 November 1995 79 Home Computers KnotWhole Publishing is out of business.
84 December 1995 82 Craftsman-Style Shelf Section View: both parts should be 1/2" not 3/4"
85 January 1996 47 Router Accessories Eagle America: featherboard and stop block for the fence shown in photo is not included in this package. These are sold separately as accessories. The metal table legs are not an Eagle America product. They sell a hardwood table-leg assembly.
85 January 1996 55 Cradle Buying Guide: new source for keyhole shelf hangers, Rockler 800/279-4441 Single #28837, double #28829
86 February 1996 40 Drill-press table Ready-to-assemble kit is no longer available.
86 February 1996 74 Kit Furniture Grand River Workshop is out of business.
87 April 1996 58 Far East Desk Chime Buying Guide, chime rods, are no longer available.
88 June 1996 39 Patio Table/Benches Bill of Materials: Part E, length 5" not 4 1/2"
88 June 1996 43 Patio Table/Benches Cutting Diagram: 60" cedar boards should be 72"
88 June 1996 54-55 Scrollsaw Applique Fuschia stencil from StenSource International is #W9514 Contact StenSource at www.stensource.com or call 800/642-9293
88 June 1996 66 Treasure Tower for missing full-size pattern, send self-addressed stamped envelope to WOOD magazine, 1716 Locust, GA310, Des Moines, IA 50309-3023
89 August 1996 24 Shop Tips Illustration: 1/4" plywood front should be 7" not 6"
90 September 1996 47 Shaker Nightstand Buying Guide: Preturned legs are no longer available.
92 November 1996 58 Down-Home Sideboard Buying Guide: Router bit Freud #99-240 drawer lock bit available from Freud at 800-334-4107 or freudtools.com. Hardware from Constantines is no longer available.
92 November 1996 63 Country Lamp Wiring diagram: The silver colored screw is the neutral, but it should be attached to the ribbed conductor. The broadest blade on the plug is neutral, not hot as originally shown. See Talking Back August 1997, page 4 for illustration.
92 November 1996 73 Farm Truck Buying Guide update: Cherry Tree Toys no longer selling spoked wheels; Hardwood kit and spoked wheels available from Hertiage Building Specialties; Toy plans catalog no longer available by mail, see www.baldwintoys.com
93 December 1996 61 Junior Jalopies Chassis Exploded View: to receive axle peg, 1/4" hole should be 3/16" hole
93 December 1996 73 Universal Tablesaw Jig Buying Guides for Hardware kit and Ready-to-assemble kit are no longer available.
94 January 1997 47 Punched-tin wall cabinet Buying Guide. Country Accents new address and phone: 1723 Scaife Road, Williamsport, PA 17701, 570-478-4127
95 February 1997 13 Quick-Grip clamp helps keep crosscuts square Remove text: It also provides me with a convenient handle to help push the piece through the saw.
95 February 1997 24 Dovetail-Jig Stabilizer Fence Exploded View: A is 12" wide; Porter-Cable model 5008 Dovetail Templet is no longer available.
95 February 1997 67 Wiring Your Shop see Talking Back, August 1997, page 10.
A subpanel requires two separate bus bars, one for the ground wires and one for the neutral wires. The ground bus bar amounts directly to the panel box, and the neutral bus bar should rest on an insulating block to keep the neutral wires from contacting the panel box. Also, in a subpanel, the ground wire must come from the main service entrance panel to provide a "least resistance" ground path for any fault current. Remember, don't take chances with electricity. Always consult local codes and get the advice of a certified electrician before beginning any do-it-yourself electrical work.
97 June 1997 71 Saw and save by milling your own lumber New address: Granberg International, PO Box 2347, Vallejo, CA 94592-0347; phone 800/233-6499
98 August 1996 79 The WOOD Gang Builds Kit Boats Paleo Canoe Co. is out of business
98 August 1996 92 Grand Humidor Buying Guide-sources no longer available, no replacement available
99 October 1997 36 Dining-Table Duo Buying Guide: 6" peppermill mechanism part no. 365-0006; rubber bung part no. 123-0148
99 October 1997 55 Mobile sanding center Buying Guides of vacuum and dust-collection system are no longer available
99 October 1997 57 Ikebana Vase Buying Guide changed to Craft Supplies USA, 800/551-8876, www.woodturnerscatalog.com, part 183-0200
100 November 1997 54 Dust-Defying Cyclone Muffler for cyclone, see Talking Back, issue 101, December 1997, page 8
100 November 1997 67 Roll-Around Tool Base Exploded View: part B 1 1/4" measurement bottom of where E meets part B
100 November 1997 73 Portable Belt Sanders Bosch: sanding frame accessory not available
100 November 1997 79 Two-wheeler bike Handlebar pattern (pattern pack): 1/8" pilot holes should be 3/16"; add 1/4" to cutline

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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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