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graduate_owner

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Hi everyone,
there are some issues of American Woodworker on the web. In issue 148 (June / July 2010) there is a neat idea for dust collection from a mitre saw. I haven't tried making it (yet) but am seriously thinking of doing so because it really throws out the dust, even with an extractor attached to the top guard.

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K, thats interesting stuff, do you have a link to the specific page as I have looked but cant find it.
thanks chris
 

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hi soulboy,
here's the address that I used -

https://archive.org/details/american-woodworker-148

I then select the PDF option, then after it has fully loaded, save to PDF and you can save it as a pdf file without having to download again. I've copied over a dozen American Woodworker files this way, but some others don't have the pdf option (pdf google doesn't work - don't know why).

Hope this helps - as I say, there are a number of issues available.

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Hi again,
as a follow up to my previous post, here's a copy of some magazine links I've found and posted a while ago. I'll post this as a new link as well for those members who may not have seen the original

Be warned though - you can spend a LOT of time browsing through these.

K

Here's the original posting.

Hi everyone,
I recently posted a link to the Popular Mechanics magazine, allowing you to view all issues from 1900 to 2005. Here's the link again if you need it:

http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=488D ... es_r&cad=1

I also posted a link to Popular Science, issues from 1870to 2000, and this link is:

http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=ZAEA ... ues_anchor

Well I've found yet another, this time to American Woodworker Magazine (a bit more relevant) from Jan 1989to Dec 1999. This is the link:

http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=ifsD ... ues_anchor

I've found loads of useful and interesting articles (plus even more loads of adverts, unfortunately) so you may find it worth a browse.

K
 
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