01-03-2010 09:41 AM
About a month ago, I asked if anyone had plans for turning a nutcracker and one kind member replied that in the 1993 Nov & Dec issues of Wood there were plans and examples of such. However, unless I am doing something wrong, it seems I will have to purchase a DVD covering these dates in order to get the plans. I am not ready to purchase a $50 DVD for those two issues, so I was wondering if any of you might have these two copies and would be willing to send me a copy the "guts" of these two mags concerning the making of the nutcracker. I realize that perhaps making a nutcracker is not rocket science, but what I am hoping to find is a means to build nutcrackers in differing sizes yet still maintaining their bodies, arms, legs, etc., in proportion. I will be happy to pay for it. Thanks for your help. Jim
01-03-2010 10:50 AM - edited 01-03-2010 04:14 PM
Jim - unfortunately WOOD magazine have a copyrite in place on all their articles prohibiting this. You can get a copy of these articles from WOOD Article Reprint Service for a fee of $5.00 if your interested. Here's A LINK to a picture of it.
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01-16-2010 09:10 AM
Thanks for the advice, I never even considered a copywrite infringement might play into this. It was my oversight and thanks for drawing this to my attention. I will be getting in touch with the folks you suggested and hopefully my issue will be solved. Thanks again. Jim