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Wood Magazine

WOOD magazine is the world's most popular woodworking magazine and is your premier source for woodworking information, shop-proven plans, tool reviews, techniques and woodworking videos. Whether you're a rookie or a seasoned vet, WOOD magazine is your one-stop source for making all your woodworking projects a success! Every issue is packed with great shop-tested projects (more than 50 a year!), straightforward instructions, complete how-to directions, full-color photos, complete materials lists ... and so much more! Includes clear, fully illustrated plans for all types of projects from gifts to furniture, skill-building tips and techniques, and hard-hitting tool reviews. Get WOOD magazine today!

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Money saving coupons - By leeb


Please separate the coupons from the informative articles. I like the tips and the how to's. But please separate the coupons from the informative articles, as we don't want to cut up the magazine and make information useless. Thanks.

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Thanks for the article. - By EGM'sDad


Thanks for the article on recycled wood (Oct 2009). I obtained some old wood from an old barn from my homeplace. I didnt think that it would take as long as it has to bring this wood back to life. I soon discovered that fact. What a job it is and it's not complete yet. Once I got past a thick layer of dust, 3 layers of paint, and then marks left from the 50-100 year old saw mill. I was rewarded by seeing the nicest red oak I have ever seen. Thanks for the insiration to tackle this task and the informative article!! Thanks- J. Mitchell

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wood mag is one of the best - By dave


I have had a subscription to wood for years and it has always been one of my favorites. I have built projects from the plans,with great success. I have also bought major tools using the comparison reviews, and been happy with my purchases. I enjoy the articles even if it doesn't pertain to what I'm working on at the time, it's always stored knowledge for the future. I do miss the wood samples in the WOOD logo on the cover of the magazine and the articles that went with them! I will continue to buy the magazine, it is one of the best