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Woodsmith Magazine Sample

Here's a free sample issue for Woodsmith Magazine for those who haven't seen it yet.
Has a couple of plans and tips.
http://www.woodsmith.com/files/issues/sample/sample.pdf

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What issue is that? I do not recognize it.

WoodSmith is the one magazine that I keep in it's entirely. Others I simply cut out articles and send the bulk to the hospital.

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I started subscribing to Woodsmith in 1990. At that time they sold the back issues in print form. I broke down and bought them. Turned out to be one of my better decisions. I have every issue. Ditto for Shopnotes.

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George,

I don't think it is an isuue for distribution purposes, seeing as it doesn't have a date on it.
It's just a sample of what someone could have on a regular basis if they were to subscribe.

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That is a great issue. Do they come in PDF format all the time if you order them?

Thanks for the post!!

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That is a great issue. Do they come in PDF format all the time if you order them?

Thanks for the post!!

Fred
I don't believe that they do, Fred.
No point in buying them If they did, we'd be sharing them
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Nice pdf, thanks. I just bought my first issue a few days ago.
I think I'll have to subscribe.
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George,

I don't think it is an isuue for distribution purposes, seeing as it doesn't have a date on it.
It's just a sample of what someone could have on a regular basis if they were to subscribe.

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You are correct, Rick. I received a hard copy of that pub a few months ago to entice me to renew an old subscription. It's a teaser issue composed of segments from several different old issues. I actually used the plan for the tile-top craftsman table from an earlier issue about two or three years ago. I made a couple of them for my mom for Christmas - was a success. It's a good magazine.
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As a newb, I sure like the Woodsmith TV show that recently started airing in my area.

I might get me a sub.
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That is an excellent magazine. Nice to see one that isn't crammed with ads from front to back.

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I'm with Gerry on this one. I love not fighting the ads. Thanks for the pdf..kinda like a surprise gift!

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Hey thanks for sharing!
I had a subscription years ago and forgot about it when the subscription ran out. Iím going to have to start it up again.

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I just like to build with wood and a means to save money by doing it myself.
I've been building things out of wood for 40 years and I'm still just an amateur.
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machinist chest plans & hardware

Woodsmith issue 183, the latest out has a new set of plans to build a turn of the century, mission style oak machinist tool chest . It`s a replica of a the one made by The Union tool chest works co. of Rochester NY.

It`s nice to see that WS is preserving our,

" American history in the work place "

Here`s a link to one of the pic`s inside the MAG

WWW.MACHINISTCHEST.COM

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i have issues #1 to #182 on pdf

they are out there if one knows where to look
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Me too mike. It's a very handy file to have!
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would anyone care to share where to get this pdf and how much it is?

i would love to get this. i am going to subscribe to the woodsmith and shopnotes this week.

thanks

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would anyone care to share where to get this pdf and how much it is?

i would love to get this. i am going to subscribe to the woodsmith and shopnotes this week.

thanks

kendall
Me too, I've subscribed to Woodsmith off and on for years, but I must have missed something because I don't know how to find these.

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Woodsmith Mag

It`s the june july issue. It may not be avaiable for down load till this edition expires (augest) Thats my best guess anyway

I bought all six issues at barns & nobel I`m wondering if the homedepo or lowes carry WS.

I`v been wanting to ask the editors at WS if they would allow machinistchest to sell the mag or better yet the downloaded plans.That would be too awsome!!!

John Miletta

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Lowes definitely carries it - I saw it there last night.

As for PDF, etc., they may not be available as "sanctioned" downloads. If you are OK with that, update your AV software and google for "woodsmith pdf" - you may also need to install and learn to use a bit torrent client. Did I mention this was probably a violation of copyright and potentially risks a virus infection on your PC? Now be careful out there!

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ive found the woodworking magazines are pretty safe as far as viruses go.

its probably against forum rules to discuss these things
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