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Soon, subscribers will start receiving their November 2010 issues of Popular Woodworking Magazine , and therein, they’ll find that I fell down on the job. In between our final page layouts and conversion of the files for our printer, one page, page 27, had a type-conversion problem. And at the final approval stage, I missed it.

So, download the PDF below for the plans and correct cutlist for the William & Mary Bookstand, which Charles Bender wrote for the Arts & Mysteries column.

Mea maxima culpa.

– Megan Fitzpatrick

Nov10_pg27.pdf (260.21 KB)


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  • classes

    Megan,

    Some might say the cutlist is incomprehensible regardless of your efforts to make it moreso. I wrote it afterall…

    Chuck Bender

  • Kirk

    Soooo…. The "ARTS" part is in the proof reading and the "MYSTERIES" is where the heck did page 27 go……

  • Megan

    Funny Steve. It’s there, but the cutlist is incomprehensible.

  • Steve

    If page 27 is missing entirely, does that mean that page 28 is only half as thick as the other sheets?

  • Doug F.

    Nos indulgeo vos.

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