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Magazine Changes and Updates

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Issues 101-150
WOOD MAGAZINE CHANGES / UPDATES Issue 101-150
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101 December 1997 57 Portable Base (lathe) Bill of Materials: Part B thickness is 1/2"
101 December 1997 63 Fabulous Fireplace Surround Buying Guide: Change The Woodworkers' Store to Rockler Woodworking and Hardware, same phone number
101 December 1997 84 Nativity Scene Sheep, Manger, and Donkey: 1" stock; remainder 1 1/2" stock
102 Winter 1997 8 Talking Back Homemade knob for tenoning jig: illustration 1 3/8" should be 1 5/8".
102 Winter 1997 8 Talking Back Homemade knob for tenoning jig: illustration 1 3/8" should be 1 5/8".
102 Winter 1997 58 Full-Service Workbench Bill of Materials: part P and Q width should be 4 1/2 not 5 1/4"
102 Winter 1997 58 Full-Service Workbench Buying Guide Vise: Part no. 126504. New address: 1177 Rosemar Road, P.O. Box 1686, Parkersburg, WV 26102
102 Winter 1997 60 Full-Service Workbench Drawer illustration, left side: Q should be 4 1/2" not 5 1/4"
102 Winter 1997 65 Wet-Wheel Grinder Buying Guide: Hardware kit is no longer available.
102 Winter 1997 84 Super-Simple Taper Jig Buying Guide Hardware Kit is no longer available.
103 February 1998 30 Tips From Your Shop (And Ours) Swing-out rack, top section view: pegboard should be perforated hardboard.
103 February 1998 43 Pendulum Clock Step 2: dowel (E) not (F)
104 March 1998 45 Swivel-Topped Tool Cabinet Step 8: use locking swivel and fixed casters
104 March 1998 46 Swivel-Topped Tool Cabinet Supplies: use 2–2 1/2" locking swivel casters
104 March 1998 47 Swivel-Topped Tool Cabinet Exploded View: 2 1/2" locking swivel caster
104 March 1998 57 Compound Mitersaws Caution: Always be sure that the plate that covers the arbor screw is securely held in place by the rubber washer and screw. See Talking Back issue 110, December 1998, p. 8
104 March 1998 68 Entertainment center Buying Guide, Hinges. 170 degree overlay Modul hinges, part 00B0401, available from Lee Valley 800-871-8158 or leevalley.com
104 March 1998 69 Entertainment center Panel Mounting Detail illustration: sheet metal screw not wood screw
105 April 1998 16 Ask WOOD (Ni-Cad batteries) How to dispose of them see Talking Back, issue 116, August 1999, page 6
105 April 1998 47 Patio Chair Address for WOOD Magazine Plans, PO Box 349, Kalona, IA 52247, or call 888-636-4478, or online at woodstore.woodmall.com
105 April 1998 63 Computer Center Bill of Materials: Part II, 13" width not 13 1/4"
105 April 1998 63 Computer Center Hardware source, new address: Rockler Woodworking and Hardware, 800/279-4441 or www.rockler.com
105 April 1998 66 Computer Center Drawer Cabinet and Drawers illustration: part CC front side should be 3/4" rabbet 1/4" deep
105 April 1998 77 Windchime Chimes made of 3/8" diameter aluminum rod, available at hardware stores and home centers. The lengths are: 7-1/2", 6-7/8", 6-1/2", 5-15/16", 5-5/8", 5-5/16", 4-7/8", 4-5/8"
105 April 1998 78 Music in the Wind Buying Guide, tuned chime rods, are no longer available.
105 April 1998 81 Adjustable Square Exploded View, part B: the hole size for the brass threaded insert may vary for some inserts.
106 June 1998 43 Patio Planter/Table Bill of Materials for the Planter not Table
106 June 1998 45 Patio Planter/Table Address for WOOD Magazine Plans, PO Box 349, Kalona, IA 52247, or call 888-636-4478, or online at woodstore.woodmall.com
106 June 1998 47 Bird Bath Note: glue needs to be water resistant
106 June 1998 68 Keepsake Box Forming the Lid Profile and Forming the Base Profile illustrations: 3/16" cove bit not round-over bit.
106 June 1998 68 Keepsake Box Illustration for Cut 4: 3/16" should be 1/8".
107 August 1998 43 Nautical Knickknack (shelf) Buying Guide: Hardwood kit, call for current price. Finished boat and brochure no longer available. Visit Jim Shotwell's website at jimshotwellboats.com.
107 August 1998 57 Scrollsawn Basket Pattern Pack for parts C and E: the centerline needs to be moved up 1/8" to go through the middle of the beads.
107 August 1998 94 Saw-Top Dust Collector Illustration: labels for 3/8" and 3/4" screws switched
108 October 1998 8 Climb Cutting How Climb-Cutting Give Smoother Results: Shape of bit should be round not oval
108 October 1998 46 Box-Joint Jig Adjustment Assembly: Part I 13/32" hole should be 1" from the end, not 2" as shown.
108 October 1998 46 Box-Joint Jig Buying Guide: Hardware kit and Easy-to-assemble kit are no longer available.
108 October 1998 47 Box-Joint Jig Cutting Diagram: by shortening the length of pieces A, C, and D from 26" to 23-7/8", and rearranging the cutting diagram, it is possible to get two complete sets of pieces with indexing blocks from a 24x48" piece of plywood.
108 October 1998 50 It's a Keeper (magazine box) See Sounding Board, issue 156, June/July 2004, page 10, new dimensions to accommodate increase in WOOD magazine size
108 October 1998 52 Nightstand Glue up the sides, step 1, page 54 not page xx; step 2, page 54, not page xx.
108 October 1998 54 Nightstand Buying Guide: Mission-style small pull 2-3/4x1-3/4 inches, no. 01G62.70, available from Lee Valley, 800-871-8158 or leevalley.com
108 October 1998 67 Entertainment Extravaganza Buying Guide: Overlay carrier strip should be Inset carrier strip. Parts update: Rockler slides no. 35571; strip and hinges no. 35663. Use crown molding bit of choice. MLCS bit #870 is no longer available.
108 October 1998 71 Entertainment Extravaganza Exploded View: parts C front-left corner are not notched as illustrated.
108 October 1998 71 Entertainment Extravaganza Bill of Materials: Part C, L = 17 1/4" not 17 3/4".
108 October 1998 82 Drafting/Reference Center

Self-closing hinge should be 12" not 14". Available from:
Woodworker's Hardware (#KV8080 PEZ12) 800/383-0130. Arrow for 1/4x3/4x15 1/2 maple goes to front edge of board for a band. New Buying Guide for 4-position multiuse bracket (3/03) is now Woodworker's Hardware (800/383-0130) #KV0206 ZC 12.

109 November 1998 10 Workbench Tool Crib End Detail: 3/8" hole should be 1 3/4" from edge
109 November 1998 45 Resawing Illustration BLADE GUIDE 1 5/8" should be 2 3/8"
109 November 1998 70 Noah's Ark Buying guide Ark animals: New address Roesner's Miniature, Menagerie, 425 Overlook Court, Geneseo, IL 61254, aminizoo.com, phone 563-565-3489, no fax or e-mail address available. Contact for current prices.
109 November 1998 80 Tilt-Top Router Table The model 300 Incra jig originally used with this router table top is no longer available. To accommodate this, we designed a new fence to replace this jig. The revised instructions and drawings are available as downloadable plan (DP-00064) in the Shop Tools and Accessories section of the WOOD Store at woodstore.woodmall.com
110 December 1998 32 Ask WOOD Illustration Face-Jointing: The tangential surface shrinks about twice as much as the radial surface. Lumber always cups to the bark side.
110 December 1998 55 Turning Back the Times Source new addresses: Ornamental Turners International: Alan Bugbee, 37 Fox Den Road, West Simsbury, CT 06092; Society of Ornamental Turners, Secretary Nicholas S. Edwards, Kirklea, Park Road, Melchbourne, Bedfordshire, MK44 1BB, UK
110 December 1998 56 Steamer Trunk Hardware. 4 bump glides, 02240624; 2 handles, 02263766; 4 handle loops with pegs, 02003428; 4 stop hinges, 02003522; 1 lift pull, 02264230; 2 draw bolts, 02240856; 2 trunk stays, 02003530. Call VanDyke's Restorers 800/787-3355 to order.
110 December 1998 Pattern Five-Drawer Chest Base: Part I, counterbore 2" from front not back
110 December 1998 68 Five-Drawer Chest Buying Guide, hardware: Woodworkers' Store now Rockler Woodworking and Hardware
110 December 1998 68 Five-Drawer Chest Buying Guide, turned feet: address changed to PO Box 728, Morristown, TN 37815
110 December 1998 69 Five-Drawer Chest Cutting diagram duplicated from page 68. See issue 111, page 8, for the cutting diagram.
110 December 1998 72 Country Finish Buying Guide: Zar products listed are no longer available. Use finish brand of own choice.
110 December 1998 83 Mobile bases Detla's phone number 800/438-2486
111 Winter 1998 49 Bent-Laminated Hang-Ups Buying Guide update: Call for current prices. In Canada call: 952/471-8550.
111 Winter 1998 64 Country-Fresh Dresser Slot Detail: rabbet on part C not part A.
111 Winter 1998 65 County-Fresh Dresser Buying Guide, turned feet: new address PO Box 728, Morristown, TN 37815
111 Winter 1998 67 Country-Fresh Dresser Photo B, top row should be four part R, not R and P.
111 Winter 1998 77 Step right up Base hypotenuse dimension is 9-13/16" not 8" as shown.
112 February 1999 47 Mesquite Magic Update seminar, plans, and material information: Four-day seminars, available from www.mesquiterocker.com, Robert Hensarling, 4326 East Main Street, Uvalde, TX 78801.
112 February 1999 53 Morris Chair Opening paragraph: We do not have a mail-order source for the cushions.
112 February 1999 54 Morris Chair Photo A: phone is flopped. The handle should be on the right.
112 February 1999 55 Morris Chair Plan WP-JG-1002, call 888-636-4478 or online at woodstore.woodmall.com
112 February 1999 58 Morris Chair Drilling the pin holes: the pin-hole locator jig is not flush with the end of the arm, IMPORTANT to be flush with the backrest of the chair (see step 8)
112 February 1999 Pattern Morris Chair Part I (Armrest): see Talking Back issue 115, June 1999, page 8, for dimensions and delete the 3" dimension in the upper left hand corner of the template form.
112 February 1999 63 Now You're Cookin' Buying Guide new address: Mike and Rox Duflo, 2555 20th Ave., Vero Beach, FL 32960-4145, www.woodduflo.com
112 February 1999 68 Oscillating Spindle Sanders Grizzly MS-240 discountinued, replaced with G1173 at $150
112 February 1999 81, 82 Lathe Artistry The thickness of the maple strips for the layer 11B laminations, shown on the last line of the first chart on page 81 should be 3/16" instead of the 1/8" listed. The pieces are shown also in the lamination on the right side in the Feature Ring Blanks illustration page 82. On drawing, change the 1/8" dimenions for the two light-colored strips to 3/16".
112 February 1999 83 Lathe Artistry Buying Guide for wood kit is no longer available.
113 March 1999 26 Nightstand Buying Guide, turned feet: new address PO Box 728, Morristown, TN 37815
113 March 1999 60 Bandsaw Multi-Jig It is important that the angle of the trammel be 90° from the front edge of the blade.
113 March 1999 63 Bandsaw Multi-Jig Parts View, Slot Detail: 1/4x1" slot should be 1/2x1" slot.
113 March 1999 68 Wood by the Yard Caution regarding photo on page 68, always use wedges for splitting wood. See Talking Back, issue 116, August 1999, page 6.
113 March 1999 83 Shelf Clock Clock Face illustration: 3/16" hole should be 5/16".
113 March 1999 83 Shelf Clock Bill of Materials: Part E, 1/8" thickness is 1/16". Part G, 11" length is 12 1/4".
113 March 1999 85 Shelf Clock Full-size clock hand patterns: Use a #10 drill bit for part F. Use 5/32" hole for part E.
Cutting Diagram: part E 1/16" thick stock
114 April 1999 16 Panel-Cutting Sled The 1" hole is for hanging the sled when not in use
114 April 1999 58 Stains Olympic review in Talking Back, issue 119, December 1999, page 8.
114 April 1999 61 Stains Valspar number is 800/323-5129
114 April 1999 66 Solid Oak Bed Buying Guide, turned feet: new address PO Box 728, Morristown, TN 37815
114 April 1999 66  Solid Oak Bed Exploded View: Part L 1 1/8 inch hole should be 7/8 inch deep
114 April 1999 75 The Great Cover-Up Buying Guide new address: Constantine's Wood Center, 1040 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33334, 800/443-9667. Kit no. WDVK2 no longer available, order parts separately.
114 April 1999 75 Showy Keepsake Box Buying Guide new address: Constantine's Wood Center, 1040 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33334, 800/443-9667. Kit no. WDVK1 no longer available, order parts separately.
115 June 1999 Pattern Knockdown Sawhorses Stretcher End: Align the upper angled cut, opposite the hanging hole, with the inside edge of the bottom notch
115 June 1999 43 A Crown Jewel (clock) Mitersaw Table Section View: reverse part A, the rabbetted edge should be against the fence not the guide strip. (See Talking Back issue 117, October 1999, page 4.)
115 June 1999 43 A Crown Jewel (clock) Buying Guide: Clock hardware kit is no longer available. Company is no longer in business.
115 June 1999 59 Sidewalk Speedster Source for wheels: see issue 118 page 6
115 June 1999 59 Sidewalk Speedster Body Side: lower left corner of illustration 1-1/16" should be 11/16".
115 June 1999 60 Sidewalk Speedster

Bill of Materials: Part P thickness should be 5/8" not 3/4". See issue 118 page 6.

115 June 1999 63 Sidewalk Speedster Step 4: Krylon no. 1315 cherry red is now Krylon no. 2101 cherry red.
115 June 1999 65 Masterful Marking Gauge Buying Guide parts are no longer available.
115 June 1999 Pattern Folding Adirondack Chair Seat Support (H), top of part F 30° bevel should read 40° bevel. Bottom of part F should be 20° bevel. Correct in other illustrations.
115 June 1999 72 Folding Adirondack Chair Foot note: See Talking Back issue 118, page 8, for collapsible adjustment.
116 August 1999 Pattern Casserole Carrier Base should measure 16 1/4" not the 16 1/2" that it does measure.
116 August 1999 55 Arbor Bill of Materials: The lattice stop widths are G=1"; H=1 3/8"; I=1 3/8"; J=1"; K=1 3/8"; L=1"
116 August 1999 64 Bookcase Buying Guide, hardware update: Parts #123876 and #123872 no longer available. Use 2 Mission-style vertical door pulls, #01W32.12, LeeValley at leevalley.com or 800/871-8158. 3 dark antique finish left-handed lift-off hinges, #LO-8L, 3 dark antique finish right-handed lift-off hinges, #LO-7R, Horton Brasses Inc. at horton-brasses.com or 800/754-9172. Remaining hardware available through Woodcraft. Note: Original hinges used on the bookcase were no-mortise. These hinges must be mortised into the case and door.
116 August 1999 69 Bookcase Door illustration: 2° bevel on inside edge of each door not outside edges. Arrow direction moves to the other side of door illustration. The dadoes in parts U and V should be 1/2" by 1/4" deep, not 1/4" dadoes 1/4" deep.
117 October 1999 46 Schoolhouse Clock Bill of Materials and Parts View (pattern): Part K is 3/4" wide not 1" wide
117 October 1999 46 Schoolhouse Clock Buying Guide: Spring wound movement no longer available; battery movement available
117 October 1999 47 Schoolhouse Clock Exploded View: #8 x 3/4" F.H. wood screws (for mounting J to Ks)
117 October 1999 47 Schoolhouse Clock Exploded View: Glue (H and I) to back side of (L) 3/16" from outside edge.
117 October 1999 Pattern Schoolhouse Clock Parts View: Part D length is 20 7/8" not 2 7/8".
117 October 1999 55 Stylized Bird Stylized bird pattern missing from pattern insert. See issue 119, page 8 for pattern.
117 October 1999 70 Ironing-board hideaway Buying Guide, hardware: Ironing board cover 130350 no longer available, see chain department stores; 1-1/4" brass knob part number changed to 130161
117 October 1999 85 Letter Box Section View: Part E does not go to the top of Part A.
118 November 1999 44 Shop-Made Hardware Part no. change: square file, catalog no. GRO-32-421 from Reid Tool Supply Co.
118 November 1999 48 Shop-Made Hardware New source: green patina available at craft and art supply stores.
118 November 1999 48 Shop-Made Hardware New phone number: Constantine's Wood Center, 800/443-9667.
118 November 1999 55 North-Country Windsors Source e-mail: bob@bobdillonwindsorchairs.com
118 November 1999 59 Table lamp Hardware kit is no longer available (September 2006)
118 November 1999 63 Tablesaw Accessories Cabinet Buying Guide and Exploded View: Woodcraft's part numbers changed, swivel casters (2) 141050, fixed casters (2) 141053; 3" wire pulls (2) no. 836159.
118 November 1999 66 Portable Mitersaw Stands Upgrades to Delta's and Stablemate's mitersaw stands. See Talking Back issue 119, December 1999, page 8.
118 November 1999 82 Big Rig Bill of Materials: Part C should be 6" width, 7 3/8" length
118 November 1999 86 Nutcracker See Talking Back, Issue 125, August 2000, page 12, for tip on cutting grooves on ends of parts A and B.
118 November 1999 87 Nutcracker Cutting Diagram: Brass sheet should be 1/16x2x15".
118 November 1999 87 Nutcracker Buying Guide new address: Constantine's Wood Center, 1040 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33334, 800/443-9667
119 December 1999 53 Quilt Stand End Panel: R=5" goes to edge of panel.
119 December 1999 55 Quilt Stand Step 1: spacing between stopblock and guide blocks is 3/4" not 1/2"
119 December 1999 62 Mobile Mitersaw Center Bill of Materials: Part Q is 13/16" thick. See Talking Back Issue 127, October 2000, page 8, for cutting diagram. Woodcraft's part numbers changed, swivel casters (2) 141050, fixed casters (2) 141053; 3" wire pulls (2) no. 836159.
119 December 1999 62 & 63 Mobile Mitersaw Center Buying Guide and Exploded View: Woodcraft's part numbers changed, swivel casters (2) 141050, fixed casters (2) 141053
119 December 1999 63 Mobile Mitersaw Center Front Section View drawing: hinge butts up to Part T. See Exploded View drawing (above).
119 December 1999 70 Drill-Press Dust Collector See Talking Back, Issue 125, August 200, page 12, for reader suggestion.
119 December 1999 81 Wake-up Call Buying Guide is no longer available, no other source
120 Winter 1999 50 Apothecary Cabinet Step 2: Mark the screw-hole centerpoints and mark and drill the slots on the sides (A)...
120 Winter 1999 52 Apothecary Cabinet Supplies: #8 x 1 1/4" pocket screws
120 Winter 1999 53 Apothecary Cabinet Carcase Exploded View: #8 x 1 1/4" pocket-hole screw; *Note: Mounting slots and mounting holes in A, B, and C must be drilled before assembly.
120 Winter 1999  Pattern Apothecary Cabinet Parts View, pocket holes: 1" from each edge not 1 1/2"
120 Winter 1999 Pattern Apothecary Cabinet Part A: 15 3/4 is from top edge to second mounting slot
120 Winter 1999 61 Portable Planers Photo of Jet JWP-12-4P shown in former blue color, tool now white and dropped the Shopline name. Unit still carried by JET.
120 Winter 1999 61 Portable Planers Chart, Makita, Comments: carbide knives are not available.
120 Winter 1999 62 Writing Desk For cutting diagram see Issue 124, June 2000, page 9, Talking Back
120 Winter 1999 63 Writing Desk The Drawer Unit Mounting detail: When the drop leaf panel (Q) is closed, its outside surface is flush with the sloped edge of the side panels (C).
120 Winter 1999 64, 66 Writing Desk Bill of Materials and Drawer illustration: Part N, length is 10 1/2" not 10 7/8"
120 Winter 1999 69 Photo Stand Exploded View: 2 acrylic panels needed; Tenon Detail, groove vertical to panel
120 Winter 1999 71 Air-Cleaning System Note: For access to the inside of the cabinet, replace the screws that fasten the side (E) on the pulley side of the blower with hanger bolts and wing nuts. Locate the switch or junction box in one of the other panels.
120 Winter 1999 73 Air-Cleaning System Buying guide, blower/motor: Grainger changed the motor to stock no. 7D554, 1,280-1,587 cfm, new phone no. 888-361-8649 Note: The blower cabinet and filter cabinet are based on the particular model we used. Measure your blower and filter before beginning construction to make sure they will fit in the cabinets dimensioned here. Cabinet sizes may need to be adjusted for other models of blowers and filters.
121 February 2000 4 Online Item shown in photo is the Dropleaf Workbench, plan DP-00057.
121 February 2000 31 Tips Sweatband keeps corded tools from going cordless: for safety attach Velcro to the sweatband and the mating piece to the cord with glue or tape. See Talking Back, Issue 125, August 2000, page 12.
121 February 2000 46 Nesting Tables Cutting Diagram in Talking Back, issue 124, June 2000, page 8.
121 February 2000 47 Nesting Tables

Exploded View, Medium Table: leg (A) width is 1 1/2"; part A 3/8" x 1 1/4" mortise 1" deep

121 February 2000 49 Nesting Tables Mortise Detail, right rear leg: 9/16", 3/8", 9/16". See Talking Back, Issue 127, October 2000, page 8.
121 February 2000 51 Cold Frame Bill of Materials: Part B, width should be 17 3/16". See Talking Back, Issue 124, June 2000, page 6.
121 February 2000 53 Traditional Rocker Effective 1/31/03 the full-size patterns are $10.95. Write to: Traditional Rocker, PO Box 349, Kalona, IA 52247
121 February 2000 55 Traditional Rocker Queen Anne Router Bit source: Infinity Cutting Tools, item 10-500, call 877-872-2487
122 March 2000 4 Online Plan shown is no. DP-00014
122 March 2000 25 Hot Off The Internet SAFETY NOTICE: Use caution when working with MEK and acetone. See Talking Back, Issue 126, September 2000, page 10.
122 March 2000 32 Ask WOOD Voltage: See Talking Back, Issue 126, September 2000, page 8.
122 March 2000 34 Hints for Huge Holes Safety Addition: see Talking Back 131, March 2001, page 10.
122 March 2000 57 Hall Table Cutting Diagram: Poplar piece is 3/4x5 1/2x72"
Cutting Diagram: Walnut, in order to achieve a continuous grain pattern across the front rails (C) and the drawer front (J), the parts should be cut in the sequence C-J-C. Flank the front rails with end rails (B). See Talking Back, 129, pg. 8.
122 March 2000 63 Gas Pump Clock Front View: 5 3/4" to bottom edge of part D.
122 March 2000 71 Router Tables Chart: Porter-Cable flatness rating is G. Woodhaven phone number is 319/785-0107. CMT's Industrio router-table available from Bench Dog, Inc., 800/786-8902.
122 March 2000 74 Dump Truck Tip for filing wheel-tread notches by hand see Talking Back, Feb 2001, page 12.
122 March 2000 75 Dump Truck Box illustration: Bottom edge of Part L is 4 1/2" not 6", see Box Parts View on page 124.
122 March 2000 85 Tray Tables Supplies: Roto Hinges available through Rockler and Woodworker's Hardware
122 March 2000 86 Tray Tables Tray Stand Exploded View: Part I measurement 13 1/4" between dadoes should be 11 3/4"
122 March 2000 87 Tray Tables FRONT LEG illustration, part I: Center of end hole 7/8" from end not 3/4". Part L 3/8" from end of I not 3/4".
123 April 2000 44 Shaker Tall Clock See Talking Back, Issue 127, October 2000, page 8, for finish we used on clock.
123 April 2000 52 Garden Shed Build the door header assembly, step 3: "Place it in the rabbet formed by parts J and L."
Bill of Materials: Part M, quantity 2; Part N, length 21 3/4".
123 April 2000 53 Garden Shed Exploded View: Total width of roof (parts Q and S) is 30" not 30 1/2"
123 April 2000 59 Plunge-Routing Basics Keyhole-Routing Jig: Length of router base plus 3 3/8". See Talking Back Issue 128, November 2000, page 10.
123 April 2000 62 All-Around Plunge-Router Jig Building to dimensions given in Bill of Materials results in a jig that fits a DeWalt router. To make the jig fit any other router, modify the ends (A, B) and fence rail (G). See Talking Back November 2000, page 8.
124 June 2000 16 Pocket-Hole Routing Jig 15° stock should be 3/4x2 5/8x9 5/8"
124 June 2000 81 Workshop Rest Stop (stool) Buying Guide change (7/08): Chrome-plated foot-rest ring is no longer available. Exploded View illustration: brass F.H. wood screw changed to F.H. wood screw. Supplies: flathead brass wood screws to flathead wood screws.
125 August 2000 26 Mini Router Table/Rotary Tools Carriage bolt is 5" not 4".
125 August 2000 42 Hand Plane Step 2, Cut five pieces of 1/4"-diameter brass rod to 2 5/16" long.
125 August 2000 43 Hand Plane Exploded View: 1/4" brass rod 2 5/16" long
125 August 2000 Pattern Double Settee See Issue 126, September 2000, page 10 for corrections to full-size patterns A & B.
125 August 2000 Pattern Double Settee Part T Full-Size Pattern mislabeled Support, is Front Seat Slat.
125 August 2000 Pattern Double Settee Part D Full-Size Pattern mislabeled Front Rail, is Armrest Support.
125 August 2000 72 Double Settee Bill of Materials: Part A width is 5 1/2" not 5 5/8".
125 August 2000 73 Double Settee Exploded View: Back of seats uses two screws per board, see page 72.
125 August 2000 78 Portable Sawmills Super Lumbermate 2000 replaced Norwood Industries model Mark IV, 126 Sept 2000,p.8
TimberKing update, 128, November 2000, p. 11.
126 September 2000 22 In Search of the Perfect Finish General Finishes phone number 262/786-6050
126 September 2000 50 Captivating Cupola Buying Guide: new address G.B.C. Millwork, 8151 Easton Road, Ottsville, PA 18942, phone 610/847-8100
126 September 2000 76 Pastry Stand Step 8: "and rout the top, then the bottom." Woodtek #819-487 bit 1/8" short, use Bosch 85467M bit.
127 October 2000 52 Segmented Bowls Here's the rule: corner 25° should be 45°.
127 October 2000 54 Sliding Table Add-On Delta 800/223-7278, in Canada 800/463-3582
127 October 2000 57 Sliding Table Add-On Buying Guide source is no longer available. No other sources available.
127 October 2000 67 Box-Joint Jig Exploded View and Step 4: "Make progressively deeper cuts until the cut in the assembly is 1" deep."
128 November 2000 68 Tablesaws Jet's fence-face material is made of high-density polyethylene (HDPE)
128 November 2000 68 Tablesaws Delta changed the model number of the 36-475 to model 36-477
128 November 2000 81 Empire State Express  Buying Guide, Hardware Kit is no longer available, no other source
129 December 2000 18 Router-Bit Review Step 3: "upper" cutting edge of the bit not "lower."
129 December 2000 96 Bandsaw Fence 3/8" all-thread rod 1" longer than A not 26 3/8" long
131 March 2001 53 Federal Bookcase Exploded View: spline is 36 7/8" long not 37 3/8". Delete "5/16" from top edge" for groove on part E.
131 March 2001 55 Federal Bookcase Buying Guide items no longer available from Constantine's. Shelf standards and supports are available at home centers. Finial available from Van Dyke's Restorers 800/558-1234, item no. AL-200123.
131 March 2001 64 Our country in quarters Pattern: 1 inch hole should be 1/16 inch deep
131 March 2001 64 Our country in quarters See issue 184, page 10, and 185, page 7, for additional pattern for District of Columbia and five US. Territories or http://www.woodmagazine.com/woodworking-tips/editorial-extras/ Brass plaque updated April 2010: cost is $7
131 March 2001 67 Our country in quarters Buying Guide, Plaque, update April 2010: brass plaque $7. Mail to WOOD Magazine Coin Map, 1716 Locust Street, LS221, Des Moines, IA 50309-3023.
131 March 2001 77 Stylish Storage Buying Guide: new address Constantines Wood Center, 954/561-1716 www.constantines.com
131 March 2001 77 Stylish Storage Buying Guide: new address Constantines Wood Center, 954/561-1716 www.constantines.com
132 April 2001 63 Built-In Bookcase Buying Guide: these Mission-style hinges are no longer manufactured - no other source found
132 April 2001 63 Built-In Bookcase Buying Guide: low-profile halogen lights new item no. 39739.
132 April 2001 86 Desert Dust Bin Pattern correction: see Talking Back, issue 134, August 2001, page 12. New pattern for cactus and row of lacing holes along one edge.
133 June 2001 16 Tool Buyers' Update Update: Craftsman 21713 depth-stop turret six different thicknesses (add 1/8")
133 June 2001 42 Garden Footbridge Rail: use 1 1/4" deck screws not 1 5/8" deck screws
133 June 2001 43 Garden Footbridge Step 5: change 1 5/8" deck screws to 1 1/4" deck screws
133 June 2001 43 Garden Footbridge Rail Holes: need 9 upright holes not 8. Correct hole measurements are 6 13/16" from centerline, 4 1/4" on center. Only end mounts (I) need the 15° bevel. See Talking Back, issue 141, April 2002, page 10.
133 June 2001 51 Racheting Candlestand Base drawing: Location of uprights F not B
133 June 2001 52 Racheting Candlestand Photo A is the wrong photo, caption is correct
133 June 2001 pattern Racheting Candlestand Upper Bolster: 9/16" along edge should be 5/8"
133 June 2001 61 Fishing Net Note: Count the number of loops on net bag and adjust the number and location of the loops holes. Supplier has no control over this situation. (see issue 140 page 10)
133 June 2001 74 Side-Draft Workbench Part QQ inside 3/4" rabbet 3/8" deep; outside 3/8" rabbet 3/8" deep
133 June 2001 76 Side-Draft Workbench (see Talking Back 139, p. 14)
Parts View: Part H switch cut out should be on other side; Part I 6 1/4" should be 6 3/4"; Part JJ clarification: optional 13/16" grooves 7/16" deep in top layer only
133 June 2001 77 Side-Draft Workbench Parts View: Part A, flip the drawing; Part E no cut out and center dado
133 June 2001 85 Two fast fixes for dust collection woes Bag part number changed to 145764
134 August 2001 14 Great Ideas: Fail-Safe Router Jig Clarity in setup instruction to get an exact-width dado: "then slip a scrap of shelf stock between the fixed and movable fences. Turn the wing nuts to snug the movable fence against the stock, and clamp it in place. Remove the scrap." Illustration: 1/4" washer should be 1/4" wing nut.
134 August 2001 40 Patio Party Center Drawing 5b Leaf Support: 8 1/4" and cutout moved to 9" width side of PP (see issue 139 p.10)
134 August 2001 57 Patina-Topped Jewelry Box Buying Guide: cork, feet, and hinges are no longer available. No other source available.
135 September 2001 8 Talking Back Update on Douglas fir: Textbook of Wood Technology states 38 pounds per cubic foot
135 September 2001 38 Sleigh Bed Bill of Materials and Exploded View: Part H length is 60 1/2" not 61 3/8".
135 September 2001 38 Sleigh Bed Cutting Diagram: D and E from 9 1/4" board not 7 1/4"
135 September 2001 38 Sleigh Bed Clarification: no round-over on inside face where F intersects D and F intersects E.
135 September 2001 38 Sleigh Bed Bill of Materials: part F, 1 3/8" thick
135 September 2001 38 Sleigh Bed Parts D and E are initially cut oversize, D is 8 1/8 and E is 7 3/8
135 September 2001 38 Sleigh Bed Vertical Raised-Panel Bit source: Infinity Cutting Tools, item 90-602, call 877-872-2487
135 September 2001 39 Sleigh Bed 5a Bed Rail Detail: mortise location 3/8", 5/8", 3/8" not 3/8", 5/8", 1/2"
135 September 2001 45 3-in-1 Work Support Drawing 1 Upright: Step 1, 1/2" arrow on right side point to side of 1" groove (like on left side); Second STEP 2 should be labeled STEP 3
135 September 2001 46 3-in-1 Work Support Hardware update: aluminum mini-track available from Rockler, rockler.com. 800-279-4441, part no. 34676
135 September 2001 58 Display Stand Step 3: Part E should be 3 3/4" not 3 1/2" from fence (see issue 140 page 8)
135 September 2001 59 Display Stand Illustration 4b: Part E should be 3 3/4" not 3 1/2" from edge (see issue 140 page 8)
135 September 2001 72 Storybook Lamp Exploded View: 7/32" hole 3/8" deep in 1" wood ball not 9/32".
136 October 2001 51 Custom Cabinetmaking VanDyke's Restorers no longer carries wood veneer tape
136 October 2001 75 Display Cabinet Supplies: Amerock 1" knobs BP-1590 no longer available, use knob of own choice
136 October 2001 75 Display Cabinet Buying Guide: Part no. 02S60 now 142852; available from www.woodcraft.com
136 October 2001 88 Drill Presses Chart: Jet amps should be 9/4.5 (see issue 140 page 10)
136 October 2001 93 Nighstand Buying Guide, drawer lock joint bits: price change to $54.99 as of September 2003
136 October 2001 93 Nighstand Buying Guide: Jesada drawer lock bit available from Razor Tools 877/898-6657
136 October 2001 99 Products That Perform SMartGRAIN printable veneer phone number changed to 641/533-2103
137 November 2001 38 Shop Tips Illustration: 1/4x3/8" splines should be 1/4x5/8" splines
137 November 2001 68 A Novel Box Change hardware buying guide: stop hinge, part no. 00D80.05, Lee Valley Tools 800-871-8158
137 November 2001 75 Armoire Buying Guide, drawer lock joint bits: price change to $54.99 as of September 2003
137 November 2001 75 Armoire Buying Guide, hardware: price change, no. 937-014, $2.99; no. 913-945, $6.89 as of Sept 2003
137 November 2001 90 Yuletide Container Buying Guide: Van Dyke's Restorers discontinued dye after article printing.
New Buying Guide: Woodworker's Supply, 800/645-9292, item W1790-Brilliant Scarlet
138 December 2001 44 Full-service benchtop router table Use T-track instead of T-slotted mini tracks and mini track
138 December 2001 45 Full-service benchtop router table Drawing 1: change mini-track to T-track; screws for T-track are #6x1/2 inch F.H. wood screws;change Round-knob to 3/4 inch stud not 1/2 inch stud
138 December 2001 46 Full-service benchtop router table Step 5: change mini-track to T-track
138 December 2001 46 Full-service benchtop router table Supplies: move 1/4 inch hexhead bolts from Buying Guide to Supplies list; add #6x1/2 inch F.H. wood screws
138 December 2001 46 Full-service benchtop router table Updated Buying Guide: Hardware. Knobs with 1/4 inch threaded inserts no. 27R14 (8); round knobs no. 27R11 (4), acrylic insert plate no. 16L71 (1). Woodcraft, 800-225-1153. 36" T-track no. 12K79.24 (1); 24" T-track no. 12K79.22 (2); 2-1/2" vac port no. 03J61.10 (1). Lee Valley, 800-871-8158. Switch: Safety power switch no. 20915. Rockler, 800-279-4441.
138 December 2001 48 Full-service benchtop router table Drawing 3: change mini-track to T-track; step 3 change mini-track to T-track
138 December 2001 49 Full-service benchtop router table Step 2: change mini-track to T-track; Step 4 "See Buying Guide for our source of knobs."
138 December 2001 69 Arch-Topped Cabinet Clock Buying Guide correct part no.: Brass knobs no. 39500, $1.25 each; correct phone # Klockit 800/556-2548 (see issue 141 page 10)
138 December 2001 69 Arch-Topped Cabinet Clock Step 1: 3 1/4"-diameter hole for clock movement not 3 1/8"
138 December 2001 70 Arch-Topped Cabinet Clock 4 Front drawing: 3 1/4"-dia. Hole not 3 1/8"
138 December 2001 Pattern Tabletop Reindeer Narrow Leg made out of 1/8" stock not 1/2" stock; wedge 3/8" stock
138 December 2001 79 Eight-drawer dresser Buying Guide, drawer lock joint bits: price change to $54.99 as of September 2003
138 December 2001 79 Eight-drawer dresser Buying Guide: Jesada bits available from Razor Tools 877/898-6657
138 December 2001 82 Suite Reflections (mirror) Buying Guide: Change call Jesada to call Razor Tools at 877/898-6657
139 February 2002 41 Futon Buying Guide price change: part no. 953-817 $10.99 as of September 2003
139 February 2002 44 Eye-Catching Coasters See modified corner-cutting jig in issue 143, September 2002, page 8.
139 February 2002 51 Space-Saving Work Center Supplies: Change source for optional Quick-Vise to Irwin Industrial Tools, same phone number (vise model changed from one in photo)
140 March 2002 58 Desk Illustration 5a: 4 1/2" should be 5 1/4" for magnetic catch
140 March 2002 60 Desk Organizer Materials List: part C length is 5" not 4 1/2"
140 March 2002 79 Retro TV Desk Clock Exploded View, Part A: 2 3/8" hole 3/4" deep
140 March 2002 95 Showtime Storage Side Panel Full-Size Detail Pattern: 1/2" rabbet 1/4" deep on inside face not ouside face
141 April 2002 49 Stand that delivers (media stand) Buying Guide, new address: Glass & Mirror Craft Industries, Inc., 48230 West Road, Wixom, MI 48393
141 April 2002 65 Pergola Cutting Diagram: notches for end girders (H) go on top not bottom, see drawing 3
142 June/July 2002 22 Shop Tips Telephone number Goldblat 800/782-6539
142 June/July 2002 22 Shop Tips Telephone number Goldblat 800/782-6539
142 June/July 2002 61 Grand entrance (gate) Drawing 6 and Step 4, Part R: Lay part R diagonally across the assembly with the top end opposite the hinge side.
142 June/July 2002 63 Grand entrance (gate) Buying Guide: HardieSingle Individual Shingles, web site www.jameshardie.com
143 September 2002 50 Lazy-days chaise Buying Guide, Cushion: Manufacturer is out of business. Cushions are available at local seasonal furniture stores.
143 September 2002 59 Knockdown Cabinet System Double Base and Top Cutting Diagram: top and second board changed to top board: move J's to second board second board: 2 needed, remove one set of H's and add two J's from top board
143 September 2002 59 Knockdown Cabinet System Double Base and Top Cutting Diagram: top and second board changed to top board: move J's to second board second board: 2 needed, remove one set of H's and add two J's from top board
143 September 2002 59 Knockdown Cabinet System Double Base and Top Cutting Diagram: top and second board changed to top board: move J's to second board second board: 2 needed, remove one set of H's and add two J's from top board
143 September 2002 60 Knockdown Cabinet System Materials List: I's and J should be quantity 4 Single Base and Top Cutting Diagram: board with I's and J's, 2 are needed
144 October 2002 18 Salt & Pepper Shakers Buying Guide: the bungs listed are item #123-0148, $.99 each (see issue 147 page 11)
145 November 2002 70 Pendulum Cradle The 3/4" dowels that the cradle swings on are correctly sized at 1 1/4" long. These dowels are glued into the ends (A) in Step 1 under "Assemble the cradle" on page 72. The 1 1/2"-long dowels specified in Step 8 on page 73 are used temporarily to align the spacers (D) with the supports (E) during glue-up. The extra 1/4" allows you to pull the dowels back out of the hole after the glue dries.
146 December 2002 64 Oil-candle trio Buying Guide: Teardrop oil candles have been pulled from the market for safety concerns, item no longer available.
146 December 2002 74 Two-In-One Arts & Crafts Chair Rocker Form, drawing 7, middle-dimension should be 7 7/8" not 8 1/2"
147 March 2003 51 Baker's Trio Step 4 and bottom photo caption: 1/8" BIRCH dowel not walnut (see 149 page 6)
147 March 2003 56 Baker's Trio Supplies: 1/8" BIRCH dowel not walnut
147 March 2003 78 Country Furniture in the making Web site address is http://woodstore.woodmall.com/counfur.html
147 March 2003 86 Resawing Page reference to page 87 should be to page 84
148 May 2003 cover Dovetail Secrets heading on page 86 and 90
148 May 2003 29 Shop Tip A press for gluing stacked bowl blanks The compression nut (veneer-press screw) should be below the bridge
148 May 2003 31 Shop Tip: Rout parallel slots to perfection Illustration: Switch labels Dovetail slots with Slots precut with 5/16" straight bit
148 May 2003 44 Onlay Accents Made Easy Photo labels missing. Top photo C, bottom left A, bottom right B.
148  May 2003 62 Arts & Crafts Table Lamp Lamp kit price $54.95 plus shipping; Lumber kit no longer available.
148 May 2003 66-67 Candle Laterns Glass dimension should be 3 9/16" wide not 3 11/16" wide (referenced in Note, Exploded View, and Supplies) (see issue 151 page 6)
148 May 2003 73 10 Portable Planers Chart Note #5: page xx should be page 71
148 May 2003 96 Patio-Perfect Planter Materials List: Part A width is 17 1/8 and length is 16 3/8"
149 June/July 2003 55 Bandsaw table system Buying Guide Kits are no longer available (March 2008)
149 June/July 2003 65 Accessories for Bandsaw Tapering Jig: 3/4" counterbore 1/4" deep not 1/2" counterbore
149 June/July 2003 66 Accessories for Bandsaw Buying Guide Kits are no longer available (March 2008)
149 June/July 2003 79 Adirondack Chair & Footrest Materials List: part M width is 2 1/2" not 2 5/16" (6 slats not 7 as shown in photo p. 74) (see issue 152 page 6)
150 September 2003 55 Occasional table Scrapwood router trammel: Reverse arrow on routing direction towards top of the circle
150 September 2003 86 Pizza Peel See issue 152 page 6 for full-size handle end pattern

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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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