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ShopNotes No. 87, 88, 89, 90

Posted By : alinkainga | Date : 05 Mar 2007 19:01:00 | Comments : 13 |
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ShopNotes No. 87, 88, 89, 90
Publisher: August Home | Pages: 52x4 | Format: DjVu

Every page of ShopNotes Magazine will make you a better woodworker, because you get more woodworking plans, more woodworking techniques, more woodworking jigs, and more about woodworking tools — and not a single ad. For more than 25 years, woodworkers have turned to ShopNotes for the most detailed woodworking plans and woodworking tips available anywhere.
ShopNotes is written by woodworkers for woodworkers, and it shows. Each issue is full of practical, hands-on woodworking information, as well as clear, step-by-step plans for great woodworking projects. Whether you’re new to woodworking or been a woodworker for years, you’re sure to find something in ShopNotes that will help you hone your woodworking skills

Download :

ShopNotes No. 87
http://depositfiles.com/files/668393
Size: 6.30 MB


ShopNotes No88
http://depositfiles.com/files/668698
Size: 5.94 MB


ShopNotes No 89
http://depositfiles.com/files/668438
Size: 5.95 MB

ShopNotes No 90
http://depositfiles.com/files/669171
Size: 5.33 MB

Pls no mirror

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Posted By: straptus Date: 05 Mar 2007 20:34:50
thanks a lot but DepositFiles sucks too hard... its just impossible to D/L anything from DF... nevermind, in the meantime we will download back issues from eMule... there are lots of ShopNotes there... and hopefully in a day or two someone will be kind enough to re-upload them to RS :)
Posted By: sawadee Date: 06 Mar 2007 01:34:21
Upload links suck..................
Posted By: maxand Date: 06 Mar 2007 01:55:11
Well, maybe I got lucky, but I had no trouble d/l from the links. 87 was direct from DF, 88 was Mega, 89 TurboUpload, 90 from Mega. All went smoothly.

Issues 87,88,89,90 are May, July, Sept, Nov 2006.
h__p://www.shopnotes.com/sources/

@straptus, unfortunately if the original poster says "Pls no mirror", it means don't post any mirrors. However, if you would like to pm me...
Posted By: sawadee Date: 06 Mar 2007 02:02:20
I do not like these links but, in all fairness I wanted to report that I was able to download all the files after a fashion. Just took a while and had to be very careful on what I clicked on.
Thanks for the files but please find better share locations.
Posted By: B52s Date: 06 Mar 2007 18:25:48
no mirrors is against Avax rules... post as amny as you like..
Posted By: avro Date: 06 Mar 2007 23:02:42
Mirrors PLEASE!!
Posted By: straptus Date: 07 Mar 2007 13:35:28
final note: theres no need for a mirror if you dont mind waiting several days while E-Mule is d/loading. Alinkainga uploads what he/she finds on E-Mule. If you want to avoid the stinky DepositFiles and not waste precious time just seasrch it on E-Mule. In this case, the best search word is Grdch - it will get you HUGE archives of woodcraft magazines
Posted By: kmleong Date: 08 Mar 2007 12:11:06
Tested 88 Mooload Works but dun use idm
Posted By: kmleong Date: 08 Mar 2007 12:21:22
Tested 87 Also work with mooload and 88 also work with Megaupload
Posted By: kmleong Date: 08 Mar 2007 12:27:57
Tested 89 with TurboUpload (also dun use idm if possible)
Tested 90 with mytempdir work fine with idm
If possible avoid mooload cos it is REALLY slow but
luckily only a few mb
Posted By: kmleong Date: 08 Mar 2007 12:38:11
Correction for 89 is to use idm if not then it will be very slow
yes u can use idm with Turboupload
Posted By: avro Date: 08 Mar 2007 19:35:18
Hi Straptus,

I did just what you said and have downloaded the issues with eMule, and not the low quality ones mentioned above but the better quality ones you can actually read instead of just look at the pictures.

Thank YOU!!
Posted By: goooup Date: 10 Mar 2007 06:59:11
WHAT is a djvu file?