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Forum topic by ForestGrl posted 08-31-2015 06:19 PM 588 views 0 times favorited 5 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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ForestGrl

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08-31-2015 06:19 PM

I put together a box of publications from my library for a newbie who was interested, but now appears not to be. It is available for the price of shipping (~$14) to whomever is interested. It includes two FWW “Tool Techniques” publications, and various magazines chosen for articles on technique, jigs, fixtures, or plans for a novice woodworker. It also includes an Iturra Design bandsaw catalog, which is considered by many to be a textbook on the bandsaw. I have kept these for years, as they can be hard to get, and are a wealth of information. Keeping one, will gift the other. If you’re interested, please message me rather than posting here. I really don’t want to file all these back into the bookcase, LOL!

-- My mother said that anyone learning to cook needed a large dog to eat the mistakes. As a sculptor of wood I have always tried to keep a fireplace. (Norman Ridenour)


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#1 posted 08-31-2015 06:27 PM

I and the other vets like me that I teach wood turning and hand tools would love to have them, however, I do not have enough for shipping.

Arlin

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ForestGrl

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#2 posted 09-01-2015 01:57 AM



I and the other vets like me that I teach wood turning and hand tools would love to have them, however, I do not have enough for shipping.

Arlin

- Arlin Eastman

They’re yours, Arlin. Message me with your mailing address and I’ll get them shipped!

-- My mother said that anyone learning to cook needed a large dog to eat the mistakes. As a sculptor of wood I have always tried to keep a fireplace. (Norman Ridenour)

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#3 posted 09-01-2015 06:11 PM

Whenever I have a doctor’s appointment (at least twice a month), I take along a stack of woodworking magazines and leave them in the waiting room. Next time I visit that office, the woodworking magazines are gone, but the 2 and 3 year old copies of Sports Illustrated, National Geographic and US News and World Report are still there. I hope my way creates interest in woodworking.

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#4 posted 09-01-2015 07:17 PM



Whenever I have a doctor s appointment (at least twice a month), I take along a stack of woodworking magazines and leave them in the waiting room. Next time I visit that office, the woodworking magazines are gone, but the 2 and 3 year old copies of Sports Illustrated, National Geographic and US News and World Report are still there. I hope my way creates interest in woodworking.

- MrRon

Ooo, great idea Mr. Ron! The last time I visited my pulmonologist, I noticed he didn’t have a magazine rack in his patient room—the magazines were on the floor. Perhaps I’ll make a rack and put WWing mags in it!

-- My mother said that anyone learning to cook needed a large dog to eat the mistakes. As a sculptor of wood I have always tried to keep a fireplace. (Norman Ridenour)

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#5 posted 09-04-2015 03:18 AM

Arlin, the box went out today. Included 2 bandsaw books, and a small piece of figured maple for you. Enjoy!!

—Jamie

-- My mother said that anyone learning to cook needed a large dog to eat the mistakes. As a sculptor of wood I have always tried to keep a fireplace. (Norman Ridenour)

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