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Milo

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395 days ago

Topic tags/keywords: resource question

I am hoping someone can help me hunt down these plans…

http://www.woodsmithstore.com/w0931.html

The link above is to the Woodsmith Setting Up Shop book. I am very interested in the rolling workbench/cart that you see on the cover. Now, I am not averse to buying the book, but the thing is, I have one of those cds with a bunch of old magazines on it.

I am HOPING that this cart is in an old issue. The problem is I have had not luck finding it, so I am asking my fellow LJ’s if one of you recognizes it and by chance know where I can find it in an old mag before I go and buy the book.

Thanks,

Milo

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MT_Stringer

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#1 posted 395 days ago

I looked through my shopnotes dvd but didn’t find that particular mobile cart.

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#2 posted 395 days ago

Does the shopnotes DVD have every single article? If not – if you can find out what issue it was, I probably have it sitting in a box somewhere along with 600+ other woodworking mags. Narrow it down to a particular issue and I’ll go searching for you.

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#3 posted 395 days ago

hate to ask, but have you tried contacting woodsmith for that information?

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#4 posted 395 days ago

I don’t think it would be very hard to make your own plans since you have a photo. There’s a article about scaling from photo’s in FWW

http://www.finewoodworking.com/how-to/article/scaling-furniture-from-photos.aspx

Fww issue # 170

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#5 posted 395 days ago

It’s in shopnotes issue #90, page 18. “Roll-Around Work Cart”.

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#6 posted 395 days ago

I guess for some stupid reason I was hesitant to contact Woodsmith (didn’t want them to think I was cheap! :). But i do have the dvd.

Nitewalker, thanks, I will check that out. I did see a smaller cart on the woodsmith site though. I hope yours is the same one!

Jim, thanks for that info! I think I saw that article before, and I definitely have to re-read it.

Milo

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junebug

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#7 posted 395 days ago

http://www.shopnotes.com/issues/090/extras/roll-around-work-cart-baltic-birch/

here is the cutlist from their site for the plan that Nitewalker listed

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#8 posted 395 days ago

Milo – check your pm’s. I found a copy of the magazine on archive.org

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Milo

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#9 posted 394 days ago

Thanks all! I’ll be sure to post on this one.

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MT_Stringer

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#10 posted 394 days ago

I saw that cart but didn’t think it was the same one.

“Does the shopnotes DVD have every single article?”
@Joe – every page of every issue is on the DVD.

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Milo

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#11 posted 393 days ago

Junebug, that certainly looks like it!

Now, the key is going to be if I can Modify that bad boy in include a couple of vises and also act as a outfeed table for the table saw.

I appreciate EVERYONE input. This is what makes Lumberjock a premier woodworking website.

Thanks everyone!

-- Beer, Beer, Thank God for Beer. It's my way of keeping my mind fresh and clear...

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