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UPDATE: 2011 Fine Woodworking Archive DVD-ROM (1975 - 2011)

comments (466) November 15th, 2011 in blogs

BetsyE Betsy Engel, contributor
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2011 Fine Woodworking Archive DVD-ROM (1975 – 2011)
Taunton Press, 2011.
$99.95

Get every copy of Fine Woodworking magazine (Issues 1- 223 – that’s 36 years!) in one small searchable DVD. Do you ever want to find an article but can’t remember what issue it was in? Well, this DVD will find it for you. And then you can read the article on the computer, print it out, save it to your favorites, or find your copy of the magazine and read the hard copy. The 2011 Fine Woodworking Archive DVD-ROM (1975 – 2011) has every page of every Fine Woodworking issue at your fingertips – it even includes the advertisements! This is a great resource to have in or near your shop. I use it all the time to find things we’ve written about over the years.

Lucky Bluejay is the winner. His comment was chosen at random.

Be sure to check out our current giveaways: Doug Stowe's, "Building Small Cabinets" and Hendrik Varju's "Using Your Router and Router Table Safely".



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Comments (466)

happygoat happygoat writes: Wow looks fantastic
Posted: 11:24 am on August 31st

chuckdua chuckdua writes: Hi, I have a FWW Archive 1975-2008 edition. I tried to load it onto my MacBook Pro w/Intel processor and was told it no longer supports PowerPC applications. How do I overcome this? Can I buy an upgrade to the edition I have?

Chuck
Posted: 10:47 am on December 24th

CleteBoothby CleteBoothby writes: Hi all!

Someone told me that in issue 1 or 2 there was an idea to build a router jig for use with a lathe that had the router on a pivot coming down on top of the piece and arced down on top and slid down the bed way. Does anyone possibly have that original article or plan kicking around? It would be greatly appreciated. Thank you,

Clete Boothby
East Hampton, CT
Posted: 11:31 am on March 5th

djmfww djmfww writes: This would be fantastic to win. When FWW comes in the mail its like therapy from the every day stress. Keep the good and practical articles coming.
Posted: 10:04 pm on December 7th

hrpeas hrpeas writes: Think FWW is the best magazine ever.....sure wish there was a free hardcopy index as part of the the last annual issue--sure would help out us loyal subscribers. I'd buy the DVD if it was under $35 but hard to justify as a "must have" at $100....please enter me in the drawing to win the DVD.
Posted: 12:14 pm on November 19th

Tenax Tenax writes: Man o man I really would love to win this! Your Gunna make someone happy, that's for sure!
Posted: 5:14 am on November 19th

woodnironsmith woodnironsmith writes: I currently own the 1975-2010 version and I find the 2011 upgrade cost of $20 too expensive for the one year upgrade. If you are a current subscriber which means you already paid for the issues, the upgrade CD should be less than $10 or just shipping and handling. I also believe many subscribers would prefer to receive their issues as PDF’s only, no paper like many other subscriptions (i.e. Popular Woodworking). Certainly anyone interested in purchasing the archive would be. I certainly am. This is of course unless Taunton Press wants to charge its subscribers twice for every issue. This may make me drop Fine Woodworking if it is not changed.
Posted: 6:52 am on November 18th

BetsyE BetsyE writes: Halfprice: I'll get someone from Customer Service to contact you about your archive issues. --Betsy
Posted: 8:53 am on November 17th

halfprice halfprice writes: sounds great! I have an archive, and it looks fantastic! I was wondering if anyone else was having any troubles opening up the pages and magazines? I'm new at woodworking,but I am catching on, but these computers are way past anything I got used to working in the bush.....Any kind of help would sure be appreciated! And I hate to rain on the parade here, but I couldnt find any help sections? the whole continuing archive sounds great!
Posted: 12:33 am on November 17th

slpoetzl slpoetzl writes: Great giveaway
Posted: 8:48 am on November 15th

Pap12 Pap12 writes: I've already pre ordered this DVD, but it will sure make a great gift for a woodworking friend.
Posted: 7:34 am on November 15th

CIAman CIAman writes: I thing DVD w/index is a great idea and will save a lot of
storage space!

Posted: 11:34 pm on November 14th

michaelmouse michaelmouse writes: What could be easier for a great prize? Thanks FWW, Mickey
Posted: 8:18 pm on November 14th

jsplatt jsplatt writes: Anxious to see if I win this extraordinary library of information
Posted: 4:38 pm on November 14th

markblake markblake writes: I've enjoyed your magazine all my working life, I would really love to have this DVD.
Regards, Mark
Posted: 2:33 pm on November 14th

Scooby58 Scooby58 writes: As a newbie to woodworking, this would be an invaluable resource. Of the many woodworking resources I have been using, FW is the best.

Posted: 2:24 pm on November 14th

rpeowen2 rpeowen2 writes: Sounds good.
Posted: 12:08 pm on November 14th

JFahsbenderWoodwor JFahsbenderWoodwor writes: What a resource to have in the library!
Posted: 10:51 am on November 14th

johncass johncass writes: great dvd. would be a wonderful addition to my woodworking hobby.

Posted: 10:45 am on November 14th

jbenner jbenner writes: As a High School Technology Education teacher I cannot tell you how much your publication and free plans have meant to me and my students. Thank you and keep up the high standards.
Posted: 10:44 am on November 14th

Ruben Ruben writes: This is a great giveaway and hopefully Int customers will also have a chance...
Posted: 8:05 am on November 14th

iampapabear iampapabear writes: Outstanding! Would love to have this.
Posted: 11:55 pm on November 13th

Tom201 Tom201 writes: This cd would be great to have. The ability to search quickly for all the articles would be a big time saver.
Posted: 11:42 pm on November 13th

Aethalops Aethalops writes: If I win this, can I then bring myself to get rid of the back issues on my shelf? If I do, do I count the savings in inches of shelf space, or pounds of recycled paper?
Posted: 10:33 pm on November 13th

williedunlap williedunlap writes: As a long-time subscriber this would be a great asset!
Posted: 9:35 pm on November 13th

williedunlap williedunlap writes: As a long-time subscriber this would be a great asset!
Posted: 9:33 pm on November 13th

Crank49 Crank49 writes: I really need to win this. FWW is far and away my favorite magazine and reference. If I had not lost my job a few months ago, I would just buy a copy. But now I am back working but at half the salary I was making, so magazines have to get in the priority que behind a lot of other necessities..
Posted: 9:32 pm on November 13th

williedunlap williedunlap writes:
Posted: 9:32 pm on November 13th

julescar74 julescar74 writes: Perfect present for the husband that's a pain in the tukis to buy for. I'd love to win.
Posted: 8:27 pm on November 13th

cairnsm cairnsm writes: Would be great to win
Posted: 4:43 pm on November 13th

ajdine ajdine writes: Thanks fore the great offer

Posted: 4:34 pm on November 13th

elmersglu elmersglu writes: We bought the 1975 to 2008 and love it. An upgrade would be great!!!
Posted: 4:01 pm on November 13th

mallune mallune writes: I'd love to win. I wouldn't leave my workbench for years.
Posted: 2:56 pm on November 13th

cahudson42 cahudson42 writes: Maybe this time...:>)
Posted: 1:49 pm on November 13th

LumberButcher LumberButcher writes: What a great deal. My wife would love to have me move my reference magazines from the office to the storeroom
Posted: 1:40 pm on November 13th

Terry H Terry H writes: FW has been my favorite woodworking magazine for years and to have all this information at my finger tips on my computer would be both an honor to win and very useful in
the shop. Thanks keep up the good work.
Terry
Posted: 1:26 pm on November 13th

3985 3985 writes: Collecting articles on Improving your shop layout, making jiggs and fixtures are as interesting to me as having plans to make a furniture project. This DVD puts all that info in one spot for storage and review. Sometimes just browsing through a shop article is as relaxing as working on a project. I have learned a lot about hand tools and techniques as well as making the cuts for a project from these ariticles.
Posted: 9:03 am on November 13th

WRichards WRichards writes: What an fantastic offer. Count Me in.. Just think, those issues I missed or red till they fell apart. I could see them again.
Posted: 8:28 am on November 13th

88rob88 88rob88 writes: Demonstrably Valuable Database
Posted: 9:57 pm on November 12th

mecmaine mecmaine writes: Would love to have this set!
Posted: 8:57 pm on November 12th

DWats DWats writes: Would love to have this. Then I could read issues I've missed
Posted: 8:30 pm on November 12th

cosier cosier writes: this bench looks great It would sure keep things handy and more efficient.
Posted: 8:26 pm on November 12th

TDW151 TDW151 writes: I could certainly use this- my hardcopies got flooded out!!
Posted: 6:20 pm on November 12th

whyknight whyknight writes: This would be awesome to win!
Posted: 6:16 pm on November 12th

denmen denmen writes: The information available on this set is invaluable and should be included in every artisans kit. Thanks for the opportunity to be included.
best regards
Posted: 6:01 pm on November 12th

tbrown178 tbrown178 writes: Sign me up. What a prize!
Posted: 5:59 pm on November 12th

JonathanSouster JonathanSouster writes: The DVD drive has actually packed up on my laptop but, if I win, it'll be worth buying a whole new machine just to access all that wisdom and info.
Posted: 5:56 pm on November 12th

hihium hihium writes: Hopefully I won't spend more time at the computer than in the shop when I win this.
Posted: 5:48 pm on November 12th

bigcu bigcu writes: I've always loved to hold the real thing in my hand, but my collection is so large that my wife is pressuring me to cut back on my multible collections. The price has come down and I am considering putting the paper up for sale and getting the X and O addition. Keep up the good work.
Posted: 5:17 pm on November 12th

TurnerFarrell TurnerFarrell writes: This would be an amazing resource and more convenient than sorting through paper magazines.
Posted: 5:01 pm on November 12th

dwysinger dwysinger writes: Being a disabled Vet who has fallen in love with woodworking; this would really help me "get off the ground" in my skills and really have fun. Here's hoping!!
Posted: 4:00 pm on November 12th

jeffgrut jeffgrut writes: Love to win this.
Posted: 3:41 pm on November 12th

gbear1 gbear1 writes: I would love to own this DVD...more than all the other guys and gals! Thanks for the chance to win it.
Posted: 2:39 pm on November 12th

happygoat happygoat writes: who would not love this dvd
Posted: 1:37 pm on November 12th

twinblade twinblade writes: win it or buy it - either way I'm gonna have it!
Posted: 12:59 pm on November 12th

96perry36 96perry36 writes: I'm in!! This is a great opportunity to gain from so many past issues. Thank you!
Posted: 12:32 pm on November 12th

eilrahC eilrahC writes: I need this!
Posted: 10:54 am on November 12th

rctalmage rctalmage writes: Hey, Wow!!!!! what a deal. Hope to be the lucky winner!!!! ooohhh,,oooohh pick me , pick me
Posted: 9:59 am on November 12th

rctalmage rctalmage writes: Hey, Wow!!!!! what a deal. Hope to be the lucky winner!!!! ooohhh,,oooohh pick me , pick me
Posted: 9:58 am on November 12th

rctalmage rctalmage writes: Hey, Wow!!!!! what a deal. Hope to be the lucky winner!!!! ooohhh,,oooohh pick me , pick me
Posted: 9:57 am on November 12th

morriswftx morriswftx writes: Would be a great addition to get the previous edition of your magazine that I don't have, Thanks for the opportunity
Posted: 9:20 am on November 12th

MWaitkus MWaitkus writes: I like the idea of a workshop with a computer library. With a modem & a laptop, I can access ideas while I'm in the shop. This DVD would be a fantastic addition.
Posted: 9:18 am on November 12th

SawDust913 SawDust913 writes: After 2 lower back surgeries I live in a world of pain but I use FWW as a pain control method.Woodworking and audio books keeps the mind occupied so when I have to sit (which is very often) I read FWW Magazine which has improved the quality of projects that I have created. To have the past 35 years of FWW on DVD wood be a lot of fun researching different ways to create new projects. I'm not holding my breath on winning this DVD but rather send this info to my Daughter in Law to put it on top of my Christmas list.
Posted: 8:46 am on November 12th

Sparrell Sparrell writes: The opportunity to win this CD of all the information contained in Fine Woodworking magazine's years is great! It certainly would be a huge benefit to anyone who loves woodworking, especially someone like me who has been attempting to increase my skill level. I started woodworking only a few years ago and really enjoy it. Actually, subscribing to Fine Woodworking for a number of years was what convinced me that pursuit of woodworking was a worthy activity in that it gives one a chance to be creative while developing fine skills that could result in some beautiful and worthwhile projects. My projects to date have been a small desk insert modifying an existing credenza, and several boxes for my grand children's treasures. So, this journey toward excellence in woodworking has been exciting and most challenging. However, I am still working with a positive attitude with hopes of getting a little better with each project. In any case, I am having fun. Now, if we can just find wood that is good and cheap, some more time to pursue the fun stuff, and some money to buy the desired (needed tools) that we all drool over, life will be even better.
Posted: 8:26 am on November 12th

gbmct gbmct writes: I Have several years of Fine Woodworking Mag. on DVD and it's a great resource. To have them all would give me instant access to any problem or question I have from my peers, what a gift!
Posted: 8:26 am on November 12th

EdinTexas EdinTexas writes: I've been working in the Middle East for the last couple of years and can't wait to get home for good to my wood shop. I'm a FWW online subscriber so in the mean time I enjoy the emails I receive from FWW and the great videos and links to keep my enthusiasm stoked.
Thanks!
Posted: 2:11 am on November 12th

Redoy Redoy writes: I love the mag. and have saved them for over twenty yr. for referance. To have them all on a digital file would be amazing.
Posted: 10:59 pm on November 11th

calikoala calikoala writes: I like Fine Woodworking and their articles. always lots of good information and tips.
Posted: 10:41 pm on November 11th

Padre50 Padre50 writes: This would be a prayer answered for me. I used to hard bind my magazines each year. Started in 1986. But after my third of five children it got too expensive. Also sounds like a great way to find articles in those older issues. Please count me in too!
Posted: 10:30 pm on November 11th

drdrill drdrill writes: Hope I win.
Posted: 10:05 pm on November 11th

DrJH DrJH writes: I like the idea. It will fill in my missing issues.
Posted: 9:51 pm on November 11th

bigoak bigoak writes: This is a great idea. Gives you a good look at who likes the content of your materal. What fool woodworker wound'nt want this CD.
Posted: 9:28 pm on November 11th

heyIMmike heyIMmike writes: Having this DVD would fill in over 3 decades of missing magazines for me. I would love to see all the projects and articles from years past!
Posted: 9:20 pm on November 11th

rcj rcj writes: I have a complete set of the magazine. My son is a woodworker also, so for Christmas last year I gave him the DVD so that he can access the valuable information from his home
Posted: 8:27 pm on November 11th

ira10 ira10 writes: It sure would be great to have the DVD instead of keeping all the paper copies that have articles that I want to go back and review
Ira
Posted: 8:20 pm on November 11th

KDouglas KDouglas writes: The DVD will be great but I will still love the magazine.
Posted: 8:09 pm on November 11th

logandock logandock writes: Where do I find that article? How many times have I said that? Many! In the office, garage selves, work bench, etc. ?? I'm 71 and time is running out. I really could use that DVD. James Logan
Posted: 8:09 pm on November 11th

logandock logandock writes:
Posted: 8:04 pm on November 11th

Murradoc Murradoc writes: This would be a great resource, 35 years worth of knowledge at your finger tips.

There is probably tips and projects in there that I have never even thought about that I could do and please SWMBO.
Posted: 7:35 pm on November 11th

Herrmy Herrmy writes: With "all" the knowledge posted by you guys in these articles I could most certainly use this DVD. My knowledge and experience can use all the help it can get. LOL I used to hate woodwork as a young man, now I can't seem to get enough of it.
Posted: 7:35 pm on November 11th

MichaeleensDa MichaeleensDa writes: Hi,
I REALLY hope I win because it's hard to do woodworking when you've crossed your fingers!
-Mick's Da

Posted: 6:56 pm on November 11th

shavemaker shavemaker writes: I use my 2009 version of this CD all the time, I would love the update!
Posted: 6:40 pm on November 11th

BarbS BarbS writes: That's a great give away. Thanks for the opportunity.
Posted: 6:27 pm on November 11th

BarbS BarbS writes: This is a great give away! I'd love to have that archive. Thanks for the opportunity.
Posted: 6:25 pm on November 11th

VernWern VernWern writes: Any giveaway is a good thing.
Posted: 5:53 pm on November 11th

g1hopper g1hopper writes: I could throw away those paper copies, you know the ones my wife keeps telling me to do somtething with. Ok maybe not, but at least donate them to someone else.
Posted: 5:39 pm on November 11th

mmwood mmwood writes: What a great resource that would be!
Posted: 5:01 pm on November 11th

james04 james04 writes: Count me in!
Posted: 4:50 pm on November 11th

G1234 G1234 writes: Much easier than searching dozens of back issues. A great resource
Posted: 4:31 pm on November 11th

G1234 G1234 writes: Much easier than searching through dozens of back issues. A great resource.
Posted: 4:28 pm on November 11th

cjbanks cjbanks writes: I've been missing my back issues a bunch. They got boxed up and sent to storage. Can't guess where I should look first. The dvd would always stay accessible -- something my back issues haven't been able to do!
Posted: 4:06 pm on November 11th

biggen008 biggen008 writes: It would be great to win this!!
Posted: 3:36 pm on November 11th

EdinStLouis EdinStLouis writes: What a great resource for any woodworker. Pick me!
Posted: 3:25 pm on November 11th

walnutrat walnutrat writes: Wow! This Archive DVD would be great!! I have a large collection of Fine Woodworking magazines, and this DVD would be like getting the Christmas Catalog when I was a kid.. P S - Thats how I am about the magazine. Thanks for
great content.
Posted: 2:46 pm on November 11th

MKetelsen MKetelsen writes: would love to have this - refer to back issues all the time
Posted: 2:43 pm on November 11th

ScottHuff ScottHuff writes: Love your magazine. I have all of them from day one. I would love to have your disk for searching articles.
Posted: 2:17 pm on November 11th

baxterad baxterad writes: Thanks, Fine Woodworking, I have learnt so much from you already, but with the dvd archive, I could learn even more from you.
Posted: 1:28 pm on November 11th

patchjob patchjob writes: This would be great to have. My wife would be thrilled to clear out some of my Fine Woodworking so she can more easily store her Fine Cooking...
Posted: 1:24 pm on November 11th

abcabc abcabc writes: This solve the problem of the missing issues and going through 30years of the documents. Have you noticed that they just magically mis-sort themselves on the shelve ;>)
Posted: 1:21 pm on November 11th

clinwald clinwald writes: What a wonderful resource! 35 years on one disk. No more fretting over those magazines I lost or loaned out, never to see again.
Posted: 12:44 pm on November 11th

Rick in Bothwell Rick in Bothwell writes: This would certainly come in handy and get the wife off my back about clearing out a lot of those old magazines.
Posted: 12:14 pm on November 11th

Grandgallo Grandgallo writes: Hello,

Fine Woodworking is the finest woodworking magazine I know of! I have been receiving it at home for almost 3 years now.
Before that, I had to go to the library to read it but I would appreciate very much to see the magazines I have miss for a long time...

Thank you for the chance you're giving me to win the DVD!

Posted: 12:12 pm on November 11th

konaman konaman writes: This would be a great addition to my collection!
Posted: 12:11 pm on November 11th

deserteagle deserteagle writes: Love to have this collection on DVD. I have most magazines, missing the earlier ones. Great refereance material.
Posted: 12:07 pm on November 11th

maxwell66 maxwell66 writes: Done.
Posted: 11:58 am on November 11th

kerngm kerngm writes: Count me in. FWW is the best!
Posted: 11:58 am on November 11th

richlife richlife writes: I actually have the Archive from 2 years ago and would certainly like to update it for free! It is an awesome resource allowing quick searching, comprehensive info on any subject and truly great browsing just for fun.
Posted: 11:03 am on November 11th

TexasTed TexasTed writes: Just what I need for my shop.
Posted: 11:02 am on November 11th

TexasTed TexasTed writes:
Posted: 11:01 am on November 11th

MkCrazy MkCrazy writes: Yeah Baby! As the man said: FW is like porn for men over 50.
Posted: 10:58 am on November 11th

RMGroh RMGroh writes: There are only a few magazines whose back issues would be worth keeping and one of those magazines is Fine Woodworking (and Fine Homebuilding for that matter). But there certainly is just a limit on how much room you can give up for magazines! And I have definitely reached my limit! The collection of all the past issues (at least all relative to right now) would be an awesome addition. Having it on the computer also means that I can take my laptop down to the shop and have full access there. My fingers are crossed!
Posted: 10:55 am on November 11th

Riegs Riegs writes: Nice. I would find a way to move-up my retirement date so I could spend time improving my woodworking skills and making the projects shown in the archive DVD's.
Posted: 10:48 am on November 11th

MaxToby MaxToby writes: The disk is great. However, for those of us who have purchased it previously, there does not seem to be a process by which we can update it for issues published since the purchase of the disk.
There should be a way to purchase a disk with the current years or a heavy discount for earlier purchasers who want to keep current if the only way is to purchase a completely new disk.

Perhaps a way to download the additional issues after you have purchased the disk and loaded it onto your computer?
Posted: 10:34 am on November 11th

Rowbotham Rowbotham writes: No more storing old magazines for reference? Yippeee!
Posted: 10:31 am on November 11th

LeetoniaJeff LeetoniaJeff writes: Can't wait to use it!
Posted: 10:15 am on November 11th

TK_Allie TK_Allie writes: I always thought this was a good idea but you should provide it at a nominal cost - $150 is too much. A lot of mags give a yearly index for free!

TK
Posted: 10:15 am on November 11th

brows_01 brows_01 writes: I want one
Posted: 10:14 am on November 11th

thunderdrake thunderdrake writes: Wow! This would be a great gift to win.
Posted: 10:08 am on November 11th

woodchips96 woodchips96 writes: This would be a great Christmas present.
Posted: 9:59 am on November 11th

WKen WKen writes: I cannot imagine all the wisdom and technical data, pictures and "how-to" this DVD will contain. What a wonderful offer!!! Count me in.
Posted: 9:57 am on November 11th

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Posted: 9:55 am on November 11th

MattOwen MattOwen writes: I'm in! This would be so awesome to have. Thanks for the opportunity!
Posted: 9:52 am on November 11th

minnieme minnieme writes: I love all the magazines Taunton Press produces. I have subscribed to several over the years. I'd love to complete my collection of Fine Woodworking with the DVDs.
Posted: 9:40 am on November 11th

davel12 davel12 writes: Post this!
Posted: 9:39 am on November 11th

An54drew An54drew writes: What a fantastic solution to just one of my growing storage problems...magazine storage! Some of the others are tools and timber!
Posted: 9:39 am on November 11th

SmakkerDown SmakkerDown writes: This DVD would be an excellent resource of a great magazine. Here's hoping that I win it! ;)
Posted: 9:38 am on November 11th

deadeye_dave deadeye_dave writes: Lots of comments here!
Posted: 9:37 am on November 11th

Araldite Araldite writes: It would be a great help to me if I could win this great library of back issues.
Posted: 9:36 am on November 11th

kjg kjg writes: cjg ,Iwould love to win this dvd.
Posted: 9:27 am on November 11th

Sq_Peg Sq_Peg writes: In the early years, you have a couple of articles on building a pendulem clock completely our of wood. All the gears and intenal mechanisms would be cut from wood. I have always wanted to do this. I have since those days lost the articles but am now ready to try this project.

A copy of the complete set of magazines would be a great first step.
Posted: 9:26 am on November 11th

WoodScrapper WoodScrapper writes: Oooo, pick me! pick me!
Posted: 9:26 am on November 11th

empeg9000 empeg9000 writes: I would love to win this!
Posted: 9:24 am on November 11th

fireangel fireangel writes: I would love this!!
Posted: 9:16 am on November 11th

Kennando Kennando writes: Would love to win it. Count me in!
Posted: 9:15 am on November 11th

Al_Tompkins Al_Tompkins writes: I'm now retired and I still can't find the time I want to spend in the workshop! Would love to have this library!
Posted: 9:15 am on November 11th

Batts Batts writes: I've run into problems in woodworking from time to time it always seems Fine Woodworking comes to the rescue. So having this Archive DVD would be great.
Posted: 9:13 am on November 11th

Moontoad Moontoad writes: Once again, I'm reminded why Fine Woodworking is, far and away, the best woodworking resource and magazine available. Another great job, guys!
Posted: 9:12 am on November 11th

billsnj billsnj writes: Great tips and videos keep it up. It would be nice to have them at your finger tips.
Posted: 9:04 am on November 11th

MarkShawver MarkShawver writes: Just started woodcraft and need all the knowledge I can get :)
Posted: 9:03 am on November 11th

feds27 feds27 writes: Fine Woodworking online is my wood encyclopedia. This DVD would make my encyclopedia mobile.
Posted: 8:59 am on November 11th

woodsyguy81 woodsyguy81 writes: Very cool! Maybe this would be just the thing needed to get me back in the woodshop. (it's hard to get the desire/time to get back at it with a 16 month old.)
Posted: 8:59 am on November 11th

Thorngren Thorngren writes: This is great; please count me in.
Posted: 8:58 am on November 11th

rburwell rburwell writes: As an online and magazine subscriber, I love F&W!
Posted: 8:50 am on November 11th

barch barch writes: endeavor to persevere
Posted: 8:38 am on November 11th

rgvermilye rgvermilye writes: I've subscribed to eight different woodworking magazines for a number of years. While each have different style and focus I must rank Fine Woodworking as the best.
Posted: 8:22 am on November 11th

rdcoker rdcoker writes: As a charter subscriber with all of the originals it would be great to have computer access to past articles instantly.
Posted: 8:17 am on November 11th

jcwnr jcwnr writes: I would like to have this DVD!
Posted: 8:17 am on November 11th

carpentarius carpentarius writes: Please let me win. Lost all my back issues in my shop fire.
Posted: 8:15 am on November 11th

squidpuppy squidpuppy writes: A friend of mine got this last year and said it was invaluable. I was super glad when it went on sale.
Posted: 8:14 am on November 11th

rorywood rorywood writes: i have all the mags from day one(in my two locations- maine usa and cape town south africa.)

i need the dvd for my travels


Posted: 8:12 am on November 11th

majortom majortom writes: I would love to win this invaluable resource!
Posted: 8:04 am on November 11th

aftrainsia aftrainsia writes: As a beginner woodworker, I have found the printed copies as well as the emails very helpful in showing me the proper way of doing things, and pointing out the mistakes I have made in the past and how to avoid them going forward.
Posted: 8:02 am on November 11th

JE1 JE1 writes: Me too.
Posted: 8:00 am on November 11th

Aero540 Aero540 writes: Fine Woodworking is the source for information for serious woodworkers. Their photographic and drawing presentations are unmatched by any other sources and their subject matter is relevant. Keep up the good work.

aero540
Posted: 7:57 am on November 11th

fflink fflink writes: Even though I own almost the entire run, I would truly love to have the PDFed versions. They'd make it a perfect complement to the HP TouchPad I use in the shop to display plans and build notes.
Posted: 7:19 am on November 11th

cjh21342 cjh21342 writes: i really enjoy your e-mails, so i would like the dvd even more. thank you.
Posted: 7:15 am on November 11th

KDoyle KDoyle writes: Fine Woodworking is the key to my education. I'm about ready to start my second career and I still have a lot to learn. You guys are always the first place I look for information.
Posted: 7:14 am on November 11th

big_woods big_woods writes: FW is the most useful magazine I have ever subscribed to! It has helped me, tremendously, to develop my woodworking skills beyond what I ever imagined. I'm even beginning to make a little money selling projects, which I never dreamed of doing. I'm a lifetime subscriber - keep up the good work.
Posted: 6:41 am on November 11th

Crookehouse Crookehouse writes: FWW Folks, Thank you for the oppurtunity to expand my woodworking skills. Since I re-discovered my passion for woodworking I have made FWW an integal part of the education experience. Having learned the basics in high school (30 yrs ago) and some advanced skills, FWW introduced me to new techniques, tools, and skills that were long forgotten or not yet developed when I last fiddled around in the hobby. FWW also played a big part in my new tool purchases as they provided valued reviews and trials by your staff. I've only been subscribing for 2 years now (this being my 2nd year) but subscribing to FWW online has allowed me access to archived stories from stories I have missed during my gap years of woodworking. I hope to make this a retirement business in a few years and FWW will be a big part of that.
Posted: 6:38 am on November 11th

RichardZ RichardZ writes: FW and it's companion publication FHB are superbly crafted magazines month after month: art, photography, writing and insightful articles and reviews. I am always delighted to see one in my mailbox and never put it down without first gettng a glimpse of what is promised inside! Thanks.

Semper Fi!
Posted: 5:57 am on November 11th

9michael9 9michael9 writes: Sure would beat going through over two hundred issues to find something I need to know.
Posted: 5:46 am on November 11th

ybsmile ybsmile writes: Yippe - I really wish I could get this archive - it is a dream come true
Posted: 4:58 am on November 11th

Henning Henning writes: Is it possible to print out the articles?
Posted: 4:46 am on November 11th

TheWilds TheWilds writes: This is a great opportunity for me, not only to throw my name in the hat but also to voice the great appreciation I have for "Fine Woodworking". I am overseas with the military and subscribing to the magazine and expecting to receive it is often problematic...my subscription to the online newsletter is the guaranteed method for receiving surely and on time the excellent information found in "Fine Woodworking". I am building a home in northwestern Pennsylvania and the information from "Fine Homebuilding" (I have that DVD) and "Fine Woodworking" is crucial to much of my planning. Please keep up the great work, particularly bringing to all of us the real life advice and experiences of the many craftsmen that appear in each edition.

Posted: 4:19 am on November 11th

TheToadMen TheToadMen writes: Hello FWW,
I'm new to woodworking and a subscriber since 4 months. Until now, I've made a wooden pinhole camera and a bench for my daughter. I ordered some books at your site to learn the techniques and how to design.
So it would be great to win this hugh archives with knowledge, examples, tips, techniques, etc.
I want to build a non-liniair table and I'm sure I'll find examples on this DVD to make my own design.
I hope I'll win ;-)
(And if so, I'll let you know what it did for me)
Bert from Holland
Posted: 3:34 am on November 11th

spratz spratz writes: First!

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Posted: 3:08 am on November 11th

Mortal73 Mortal73 writes: Just subscribed on Summer this year and received my first two issues. Unfortunately still waiting for the next ones - hopefully it is delayed on the way but not lost (I live in Russia). Reading a lot of woodworking sources on-line and "on paper" - Fine Woodworking is really the highest level and the most interesting Magazine I know. Would be happy to win this CD! Good luck to everyone as well!
Posted: 2:25 am on November 11th

ToolMeister ToolMeister writes: WOODn't it be great to have the FWW - DVD disc. I SAW the magazine, it is not PLANE. I am going to SAND in my entry.I want to GRIT a disc. I'm on the LEVEL! I am going to tell PHILLIPS & ROBERTSON, KNOT the KERF's, that's the DRILL! I will SANDaPAPER entry in. A TOOL in the hand is better than a JIG i SAW! My DRILL is to PRESS on. Maybe if I HAMMER out a rhyme, I might NAIL a win.
Posted: 2:08 am on November 11th

ToolMeister ToolMeister writes: WOODn't it be great to have the FWW - DVD disc. I SAW the magazine, it is not PLANE. I am going to SAND in my entry.I want to GRIT a disc. I'm on the LEVEL! I am going to tell PHILLIPS & ROBERTSON, KNOT the KERF's, that's the DRILL! I will SANDaPAPER entry in. A TOOL in the hand is better than a JIG i SAW! My DRILL is to PRESS on. Maybe if I HAMMER out a rhyme, I might NAIL a win.
Posted: 2:08 am on November 11th

ToolMeister ToolMeister writes: WOODn't it be great to have the FWW - DVD disc. I SAW the magazine, it is not PLANE. I am going to SAND in my entry.I want to GRIT a disc. I'm on the LEVEL! I am going to tell PHILLIPS & ROBERTSON, KNOT the KERF's, that's the DRILL! I will SANDaPAPER entry in. A TOOL in the hand is better than a JIG i SAW! My DRILL is to PRESS on. Maybe if I HAMMER out a rhyme, I might NAIL a win.
Posted: 2:08 am on November 11th

ddglens ddglens writes: Fine Woodworking has done it again more great content, hoping to win the giveaway but if I don't it'll be in my library some day.
Posted: 1:47 am on November 11th

toobguy toobguy writes: I'll go for it!
Posted: 1:46 am on November 11th

tscott1010 tscott1010 writes: What can I say that hasn't already been said I am looking at fine woodworking inset of the tv.".enjoyable.
Posted: 1:31 am on November 11th

tscott1010 tscott1010 writes: What can I say that hasn't already been said I am looking at fine woodworking inset of the tv.".enjoyable.
Posted: 1:31 am on November 11th

dlrooky dlrooky writes: I used to think the stuff in Fine Woodworking was far above my skill level, but with excellent articles and some practice I think the archive would be a great idea right about now.
Posted: 1:21 am on November 11th

AlexShiells AlexShiells writes: Awesome prize. I am in South Africa so I have to read all the publications online as the magazine is difficult to find here, getting all the pat publications would be great!
Posted: 1:14 am on November 11th

PeterE PeterE writes: A great resource, I do have the first version(CD) which does not have the last several years, and missed a lot of early material.

Thanks for the offer

Regards
Peter
Posted: 1:01 am on November 11th

mwebster51 mwebster51 writes: I have been receiving FFW magazine since the beginning. This is a great addition to have the electronic version.
Posted: 12:40 am on November 11th

RC54 RC54 writes: I "wood" be ecstatic to have this great resource in my library. Please consider me.
Posted: 12:38 am on November 11th

RC54 RC54 writes: I "wood" be ecstatic to have this great resource in my library. Please consider me.
Posted: 12:38 am on November 11th

Jimmpeeh Jimmpeeh writes: As a self taught woodworker over the past 18 years I can truly say Fine Woodworking Magazine and Online Membership have taught me a wealth of knowledge. Like the blog today on cutting rabbets on curved drawer fronts. That was invaluable.
Posted: 12:32 am on November 11th

cirelloman cirelloman writes: Maybe not the holy grail, but close enough--and no deadly ambushes and supernatural threats to worry about!
Posted: 12:26 am on November 11th

BrianG BrianG writes: I would love to have this fantastic compendium...
Posted: 12:26 am on November 11th

Dodgergary Dodgergary writes: Hey, it's not as cool as winning a SawStop, but I'll take it! This would be awesome.
Posted: 11:57 pm on November 10th

gpadkins gpadkins writes: Would like very much to win this. 33+ years of hard copies are getting hard to manage.
Posted: 11:55 pm on November 10th

Peterwood Peterwood writes: I have most of the magazines since 75 in hardcopy and could never find what I was looking for until I bought the 75-08 archive DVD. I still subscribe to the print version but I really don't want to buy the annual archive updates as well. It would be great if print subscribers could get a significant discount on the annual archive DVD (or dream on ... get it for free). Its an extraordinary magazine, I guess that's why I've been getting it for so long. Keep it up.
Posted: 11:41 pm on November 10th

Cadabra Cadabra writes: FW gives me a lift each month. Thanks folks.
Posted: 11:36 pm on November 10th

GunnyH GunnyH writes: The DVDs are great! I'd love to get the 2011 version.
Posted: 11:23 pm on November 10th

aedom1 aedom1 writes: comment
Posted: 11:01 pm on November 10th

jheater1 jheater1 writes: You have the best of all the woodworking magazines. Keep up the good work.
Hope that I can win.
Posted: 10:45 pm on November 10th

hamrhed97 hamrhed97 writes: I'm getting to the age now when I am serious about entering my wood phase (no this is not a little blue pill reference).

I've been a car guy forever but I find that I really enjoy building things out of wood. I recently bought my first table saw and my first router. The Fine Woodworking magazine always inspires me with the creative projects and wonderful examples of people's skill and effort. I would love to have the 36 year's worth of this magazine at my finger tips.
Posted: 10:44 pm on November 10th

slowmo2006 slowmo2006 writes: I could really use this collection to expand my woodworking knowledge.
Posted: 10:42 pm on November 10th

Roderunner Roderunner writes: My first visit to your sight. Love the power tool user's table. Great site.
Posted: 10:40 pm on November 10th

GlennDL GlennDL writes: The search feature is really great. I have so many old copies of Fine WW - but having this DVD would sure free-up a lot of room!!! I'd love to win it....
Posted: 10:29 pm on November 10th

Wixom Wixom writes: Now I can have every issue from the beginning to the very latest and greatest of Fine Woodworking. Some of the older articles I would like to read, but for the life of me, just can't seem to find them, even at the public library. To have every issue right at my fingertips would be incredible and just "plane" COOL! Plus, even if I don't win, you guys knocked fifty bucks off the regular price, which I can afford right now, but let's face it, it would be better to get it for free. Hope I win. Paul
Posted: 10:24 pm on November 10th

globeflyer globeflyer writes: I would LOVE to have this! Sign me up!
Posted: 10:16 pm on November 10th

scriptwrks scriptwrks writes: Fine Woodworking magazine and site are awesome! I've stopped most of my other magazines, but won't give up FWW! This online copy would make finding articles a lot easier and give me access to the months I'm missing!
Posted: 10:14 pm on November 10th

ScottP ScottP writes: Did I win?
Posted: 10:10 pm on November 10th

Jigs-n-fixtures Jigs-n-fixtures writes: So, just give it to me already.
Posted: 10:05 pm on November 10th

papasloane papasloane writes: This site is awesome and only 99.95 for 36 years is fantastic. I have hard copy for about 20 years but being able to locate what I wanted to see has been a bear. Now it will be easy. I guess I'll probably end up subscribing again. I have not gotten FWW for a few years. Been side tracked but time to get back into it this winter
Posted: 10:04 pm on November 10th

wood3141worker wood3141worker writes: Retired, moving from house to condo apartment. Will be using my son's garage as a workshop; I need all the help I can get in designing a shop under such conditions. FW has been a great help in the past; I look forward to more of the same. Thanks!
Posted: 10:02 pm on November 10th

sazsall sazsall writes: WOW!!! Fine Woodworking website is the best. The videos, techniques, tool guides, plans, etc. are the best and most comprehensive out there. Thanks for all the available info in one location! Keep up the effort and great work.
THANKS!!!
Posted: 9:54 pm on November 10th

retireejd retireejd writes: I would love to have this DVD.
Posted: 9:49 pm on November 10th

mwalter mwalter writes: Wow, that is a lot of projects. It would take me at least 36 years to finish them all.
Posted: 9:45 pm on November 10th

Richard Graney Richard Graney writes: I have subscribed to Fine Woodworking for several years, recently the electronic version. I really value it and wood love to have the whole collection.
Posted: 9:43 pm on November 10th

wdt wdt writes: I could really use that DVD.

Posted: 9:42 pm on November 10th

wtorgy wtorgy writes: Having recently retired from farming for over 40 years and having more time to do my favorite hobby of woodworking, this DVD would be a great addition to my shop.
Posted: 9:24 pm on November 10th

philnjill philnjill writes: Nice contest!!
Posted: 9:22 pm on November 10th

tomsb tomsb writes: A digital archive would be great tool for researching techniques and for brainstorming. I like having my pile of old FWW magazines for browsing, but they are not very handy when seeking a particular article or topic.

Thanks for the good work(s).

Posted: 9:21 pm on November 10th

SBMathias SBMathias writes: This looks like a very valuable product. Sign me up for the contest!
Posted: 9:13 pm on November 10th

Jbritton Jbritton writes: Was just going thru my dad's old collection of mags, would love to have the 21st century model!
Posted: 9:12 pm on November 10th

aeb430 aeb430 writes: would love to win
Posted: 9:10 pm on November 10th

JMcVagh JMcVagh writes: I'd love this. Having all the articles on my laptop, and searchable would be perfect.
Posted: 9:05 pm on November 10th

TangoLima TangoLima writes: I always want to have this set of DVD. Many times I almost bought it, but didn't want to get yelled at. It will be a dream come true if I can win it. Thanks.
Posted: 8:57 pm on November 10th

markynana markynana writes: This would make the little lady very happy
Posted: 8:52 pm on November 10th

impliedchaos impliedchaos writes: I would totally love to win this. I've been inches away from getting it, but other things always take financial priority.
Posted: 8:47 pm on November 10th

sdbranam sdbranam writes: Sign me up!
Posted: 8:45 pm on November 10th

user-394202 user-394202 writes: This would certainly be a DVD worth having and to win it would be extra sweet. So here is my entry and thank you for making this possible.
Posted: 8:44 pm on November 10th

kweise kweise writes: Here's my shot at it, great magazine, would be awesome to have all the issues that I don't already have.
Posted: 8:41 pm on November 10th

rmpater rmpater writes: As a stay at home dad I am currently overwhelmed by my twin 3 year old boys. FWW is always my first stop when researching a new project so the DVD version would be more than helpful! Thanks for a great publication.
Posted: 8:38 pm on November 10th

anchul anchul writes: What a great opportunity an addition to access to the website!!
Posted: 8:37 pm on November 10th

TruckerJohn TruckerJohn writes: What a great giveaway!!! Good luck to all who posted a comment!!!
Posted: 8:32 pm on November 10th

mrfixitnow mrfixitnow writes: Wow! A copy of the entire library of the Best magazine ever!
Posted: 8:32 pm on November 10th

ram82066 ram82066 writes: Love the website. Easy access, lots of great projects.
Posted: 8:31 pm on November 10th

WomenTurn2 WomenTurn2 writes: Fine Woodworking Magazine was and always will be my primary source for reference, ideas and technical knowledge. I am in the process of re-arranging my shop to include an Office/Computer station. Wouldn't it be too cool to have every FWM for a fast, handy resource right there in my shop! If it weren't for FWM I would still be a beginner instead of a professional who has made her living for over 25 years with her hands, wood, and Fine Woodworking Magazine.
Posted: 8:30 pm on November 10th

CubeSquare CubeSquare writes: Shucks, pick me! I'll write you an honest review.
Posted: 8:27 pm on November 10th

Robertz Robertz writes: I've been saving FWW for several years now so i have access to the plans and Ideas. If i win this my wife will be happy because the current pile upstairs and the bigger one in the basement can go away.
Posted: 8:25 pm on November 10th

hukcats1 hukcats1 writes: Wow....pick me, pick me! Best WW magazine out there.
Posted: 8:20 pm on November 10th

doolittle doolittle writes: this dvd would be great! my wife would love me to get rid of almost 25 years of magazines
Posted: 8:17 pm on November 10th

partsguy partsguy writes: I've got every issue since number 1 on paper....it would be great to get the DVD with all the issues and be able to look up stuff almost instantly... Thanks for the chance.
Posted: 8:16 pm on November 10th

mconolly mconolly writes: If win, my wife will have to say goodbye... or join me as an assistant in the shop!
Posted: 8:16 pm on November 10th

mysticgoldtoy mysticgoldtoy writes: Great magazine; CD would be a lot more flexible.
Posted: 8:16 pm on November 10th

jigjigw jigjigw writes: I have every copy of Fine Woodworking except #1.
I is getting to be a problem to store them.

I heard a comment that said we were now in the second
Gutenberg era. It seemed very true. This an example
J_
Posted: 8:11 pm on November 10th

kapitman kapitman writes: Great deal. I could clear out a whole bookshelf.
Posted: 8:10 pm on November 10th

Ancient1 Ancient1 writes: Heck of a deal. Sign me up!
Posted: 8:07 pm on November 10th

indianagividen indianagividen writes: Woot!
Posted: 8:07 pm on November 10th

indianagividen indianagividen writes: Woot!
Posted: 8:07 pm on November 10th

surubet surubet writes: Randomly choose me ...
Posted: 8:04 pm on November 10th

rstyrt rstyrt writes: I have the magazine from #1...the DVD would be easier...
Posted: 8:03 pm on November 10th

frank T frank T writes: This is the perfect way to clear several shelves on my woodworking bookcase.
Posted: 8:02 pm on November 10th

Hoeppr Hoeppr writes: The dvd would be easier than going through boxes of old issues. Although may initial issue are the hard cover since I only startred with about issue 6.
Posted: 7:59 pm on November 10th

jerber jerber writes: This would save a lot of space in my shop and give me a quick way to find articles
Posted: 7:59 pm on November 10th

berni41 berni41 writes: My favorite project remains the hammock support in the form of a Dragon Prow Ship. I keep hoping one day to have enough skill to build one for myself.
Posted: 7:59 pm on November 10th

simcoe simcoe writes: Thanks for the opportunity. I am a new subscriber and just received the latest issue.
Great!
Cheers
Posted: 7:56 pm on November 10th

hewittw hewittw writes: Sure beats a box full of old magazines!
Posted: 7:48 pm on November 10th

sphinx242 sphinx242 writes: What a great resource for any woodworker! This would make a great library addition.
Posted: 7:47 pm on November 10th

charlzz charlzz writes: How cool is this!
Posted: 7:45 pm on November 10th

dixhuit dixhuit writes: Sure, I'd like one.
Posted: 7:41 pm on November 10th

Jwmmjjj Jwmmjjj writes: Count me in--I need some new ideas!
Posted: 7:40 pm on November 10th

wayne12 wayne12 writes: What a great addition to my library that "wood" be.
Posted: 7:37 pm on November 10th

garyg2 garyg2 writes: Please add me to the drawing.
Thanks.
Posted: 7:35 pm on November 10th

jrobbins jrobbins writes: Thanks for the opportunity to win the magazines DVD collection.
Posted: 7:33 pm on November 10th

BigGene BigGene writes: A great resource. All the back issues for reference!
Posted: 7:26 pm on November 10th

Lanej Lanej writes: If I win it might take me a few days to read it all. ;)
Posted: 7:23 pm on November 10th

lewis1914 lewis1914 writes: Please add me to the drawing.
Posted: 7:23 pm on November 10th

01191943 01191943 writes: I can just imagine the articles and craftsmanship that is contained on this DVD, it will be really interesting to go back in time and look at the popular projects of the time.
Can't wait to see it
Posted: 7:23 pm on November 10th

woodshop56 woodshop56 writes: Count me in
Posted: 7:17 pm on November 10th

Oscaro Oscaro writes: The DVD would be a phenomenal resource to any woodworker!! Hope I get to win it.
Posted: 6:44 pm on November 10th

Billywoods Billywoods writes: Woodworking was a passion as a kid. Now in my adulthood with the stresses of branch managment I've been getting back into it with delite. I've been finding that FWW is one of the best sources out there and such a DVD would be a fabulous tool added to the shop!
Posted: 6:28 pm on November 10th

dt_busse dt_busse writes: I'd love to win the dvd. I'd also love to know where the see-through vacuum hose in the modern workbench video can be found.
Posted: 5:56 pm on November 10th

RVAH1 RVAH1 writes: I had a subscription many years ago when I was young and didn't know much about woodworking. I am trying to get back into it as I am now nearing retirement. I wish I had stayed with the subscription all of these years as my skill level would be so much better.
Posted: 5:53 pm on November 10th

JohnPT JohnPT writes: I missed out on the first 75 issues, so this would fill in the blanks.
Posted: 5:52 pm on November 10th

DrewserX DrewserX writes: Yow! The DVD would let me use the monitor I built into my workbench this year - I knew this day was coming; with the DVD I'll be able to reference the articles right while I am at the bench working!

Posted: 5:22 pm on November 10th

joesimple joesimple writes: Having 2 bookcase full of FWW & FHB colected over the years, I would be nice to have a digital version of these wonderful magazines as it will make it easier to find a specific article. Best of Luck to the winner !
Posted: 4:09 pm on November 10th

Martin_Kalitis Martin_Kalitis writes: Am shamelessly subscribing for a chance to win the DVD; have both online and print subscriptions but I guess neither of those will work on a plane when I need my FWW fix!


Posted: 3:52 pm on November 10th

timhimself timhimself writes: Hmmm. That would save me from unpacking the boxes of FWW I still haven't opened since we moved!
Posted: 8:38 am on November 10th

camsan camsan writes: Fine Woodworking Magazine,

I am very excited for having this opportunity of
winning the DVD set. Having every FW magazine on
one DVD would be a dream come true. I know that my wife
will truly appreciate that she will not have to pick
up and organize my FW magazines after I am through
reading them every month.

Thanks,

Cam

Posted: 8:25 pm on November 9th

darrindale darrindale writes: What a great resource. All the back issues at your fingertips!
Posted: 11:12 am on November 9th

RCTorok RCTorok writes: There are so many articles I reference from back issues, this would be the perfect tool for searching tips and tricks, tool comparisons, and project instructions. Pick me, pick me!
Posted: 10:22 am on November 9th

Boxternine Boxternine writes: Fine Woodworking is not just a magazine, but a reference guide with valuable information that is helpful through the test of time. I am as excited to get the new issues today, as I was in 1975 receiving the first issue. Adding a quick reference guide is a great idea and all issues on a single DVD, I want it.

Thanks
Posted: 6:39 am on November 9th

Tom_from_MI Tom_from_MI writes: What a great prize. An early christmas present.
Posted: 5:17 am on November 9th

Wesskerr Wesskerr writes: I would love to have the dvd's as I can't seem to get enough info. Thanks for the possibility to get a free set
Posted: 11:02 pm on November 8th

MarkKessler MarkKessler writes: What better way to quickly index and search for the best content from our favorite magazine. Please count me in!
Posted: 10:13 pm on November 8th

live4ever live4ever writes: That's a lot of fantastic woodworking literature in one place. Not to mention a ton of history. Count me in!
Posted: 6:54 pm on November 8th

mscolvin mscolvin writes: Thanks for this offer - the winner will really be fortunate to have this treasure trove of knowledge.
Posted: 6:39 pm on November 8th

lyons88 lyons88 writes: I would love to have this! I'm just starting out and have a lot i still need to learn

Posted: 6:32 pm on November 8th

nznix nznix writes: This would give me something to read at work...
Posted: 5:43 pm on November 8th

azbird azbird writes: Wow. 1975? Is the 1970s stuff written in Olde English? What a great item. The thought of having such a wealth of knowledge on tap is almost unfathomable and I really really really hope I win.
Posted: 5:27 pm on November 8th

Jockorama Jockorama writes: Love the magazine...there is so much talent out there!
Posted: 4:49 pm on November 8th

robhodge1 robhodge1 writes: This would keep me busy for months!
Posted: 4:12 pm on November 8th

Kraxy Kraxy writes: Love the site so far - can't wait to dig into it more.

Sign me up!

Posted: 1:59 pm on November 8th

afull afull writes: sign me up
Posted: 1:25 pm on November 8th

Archfella94 Archfella94 writes: I would love one :)
Posted: 1:24 pm on November 8th

aittoan aittoan writes: Yes please
Posted: 1:08 pm on November 8th

2ffat 2ffat writes: Want it!!!!

Posted: 12:29 pm on November 8th

WiseGuy81 WiseGuy81 writes: I just finished renovating my house and am getting my first woodshop together. This would really help get my skills where I would want them to be.
Posted: 12:28 pm on November 8th

seyahht55 seyahht55 writes: I would consider myself very fortunate to get these past issues from you guys. I am going to add these to my Christmas wish list with my wife to increase my odds. As a member of the website I have only gained.
Posted: 12:26 pm on November 8th

RalphBarker RalphBarker writes: [Raises hand.] Me! Me! ;-)
Posted: 11:48 am on November 8th

terry359 terry359 writes: I have been a subscriber to FW since its first issue and have saved all my issues. For people like me, it would be nice to be able to purchase just the index at a reduced price. Now that I'm retired, I am reluctant to spend $100-150 on a product that duplicates editorial content that I already own. However, a comprehensive index alone would be a great resource.
Posted: 11:20 am on November 8th

Jamul Jamul writes: This is a great idea. Easy to information is a winner!

Posted: 11:16 am on November 8th

rdcshrom rdcshrom writes: I Love the DVD versions as you can searchthrouh them so easily. I would love to have this one in my collection.
Posted: 10:40 am on November 8th

RodSheridan RodSheridan writes: Thanks, that's a very generous offer.

It would help me free up a lot of shelf space in my bookcases.......Rod.
Posted: 10:31 am on November 8th

heide123 heide123 writes: Alright! No more going to the storage room to dig through back issues looking for that illusive article!
Posted: 10:07 am on November 8th

RodInMaine RodInMaine writes: Please count me in. I have 30 years of Fine Woodworking but have no easy way to find the articles. Keep up the good work, and thanks!

Rod Prior
Posted: 9:13 am on November 8th

judgewood judgewood writes: Yes. I agree with the last comment; hopefully someone who could otherwise not purchase it, wins.

Thank you for these contests.
Posted: 8:56 am on November 8th

malhiggins malhiggins writes: Wonderful giveaway. Let's hope someone worthy gets it.

Mal
Galway, Ireland
Posted: 8:49 am on November 8th

Nathan_Cohoon Nathan_Cohoon writes: with currently being in Afghanistan, FWW is my way of still enjoying wood while all my tools are back home. Thanks for the knowledge!
Posted: 6:07 am on November 8th

DaveHarrison DaveHarrison writes: Useful to have such splendid magazines on disk
Posted: 5:44 am on November 8th

JamesGroleau JamesGroleau writes: Very generous of you. Thank you.
Posted: 5:24 am on November 8th

gooey gooey writes: Pick me!
Pick me!
Pick me!
Posted: 3:50 am on November 8th

dgbayliss dgbayliss writes: The future is built upon the past.

The Fine Woodworking DVD-ROM Archive (1975-2011) is the best source of woodworking subject-matter available for anybody wishing to maintain an historical special collection eLibrary.

Woodcraft artificers, artisans and artists should not be without such a fine collection of ePublications.

Regards to all,

DB
Posted: 1:25 am on November 8th

JimmyD. JimmyD. writes: I would be honored to be included.
Posted: 12:40 am on November 8th

mark14 mark14 writes: Please count me in.... I've got some 28 years of FW on my bookshelf
Posted: 12:29 am on November 8th

kcmac kcmac writes: Please include me, I'd be forever grateful!
Posted: 12:21 am on November 8th

cahudson42 cahudson42 writes: Put my name in the hat! Thanks..
Posted: 12:19 am on November 8th

shalini shalini writes: What a treasure trove! Count me in, please.
Posted: 12:16 am on November 8th

sadie170 sadie170 writes: yes
Posted: 11:40 pm on November 7th

Morongo Morongo writes: What a great resource, I'm down.
Posted: 11:15 pm on November 7th

fourraymond fourraymond writes: People ask me when am I going to retire?
My answer is that I do not believe in retirement,
Why would I retire from my work that I love doing.
The Fine Woodworking Archive DVD-ROM (1975 – 2011)
would add to my knowlege and enjoy my craft even more.
Posted: 11:04 pm on November 7th

weopearl weopearl writes: If fine woodworking dvds are as good Fine WoodWorking theyshood
beeInspirational
Posted: 10:29 pm on November 7th

Rundle Rundle writes: Please count me in for the draw. I can use all the help I can get.

Cheers.
Rundle
Posted: 10:01 pm on November 7th

Triumph1 Triumph1 writes: Awesome..count me in!

Posted: 9:49 pm on November 7th

dougd44 dougd44 writes: Been a long time subscriber but sure would like the DVD for quick lookups of old articles. I also think the colorful on screen images would be very nice.
Posted: 9:32 pm on November 7th

JohnRumm JohnRumm writes: Yes please!
Posted: 9:26 pm on November 7th

rscottm rscottm writes: I would love to win this. Please count me in.
Posted: 9:22 pm on November 7th

TIMOTHYPATRICK TIMOTHYPATRICK writes: me win
Posted: 9:04 pm on November 7th

buffal1130 buffal1130 writes: would to have the info in my shop for a quick look up.have the last few years of mag on hand and an on line membership. now if I could just add the dvd.
Posted: 8:52 pm on November 7th

1100stx 1100stx writes: Nice prize. Count me in please.
Posted: 8:33 pm on November 7th

jbrama jbrama writes: As I've grown my skills in woodworking, I've definitely learned to appreciate FWW more and more. Other magazines are OK to start you out...., but when you're ready to step up your game it's time to start reading FWW.
Posted: 8:27 pm on November 7th

johnb johnb writes: Great! Count me in!
Posted: 8:08 pm on November 7th

Labman1 Labman1 writes: As a chance to spread the Fine Woodworking magazine to the far side of the Earth, A Kiwi would have pleasure in winning this.
Posted: 8:07 pm on November 7th

TopspinD TopspinD writes: Please sign me up to win a DVD. Thanks.
Posted: 7:59 pm on November 7th

the_wild_lucy the_wild_lucy writes: Would treasure the Fine Woodworking DVD!
Posted: 7:10 pm on November 7th

Ddimas Ddimas writes: I would love to get a copy of this DVD!
Posted: 6:45 pm on November 7th

Rambler Rambler writes: This would be a love/hate opportunity. Love to recycle all those old magazines. Hate not to have a reason to get that book case finished :-)
Posted: 6:42 pm on November 7th

wdworking wdworking writes: Should have a great number of hints, plans, ideas from all those years.
Posted: 6:32 pm on November 7th

woddy woddy writes: I like have one as well. Please count me in.
Posted: 5:25 pm on November 7th

t3e871 t3e871 writes: Pick Me! Pick Me! Pick Me!



Please
Posted: 5:21 pm on November 7th

yohann yohann writes: hi My birthday is not too far away, that would be a fantastic birthday present
Posted: 5:17 pm on November 7th

JLockard JLockard writes: This would be fantastic.

As a side-note, I've always sort of wondered whether the contents of the comments matter or if you just "throw them into a hat and draw one"?
Posted: 5:10 pm on November 7th

GoRedsUS GoRedsUS writes: Count me in; would be great to have.
Posted: 4:38 pm on November 7th

Brist Brist writes: Being a woodworking and construction teacher, many of my students would benfit from the knowledge and tips that I would gain from this DVD set. Count me in please.
Posted: 4:00 pm on November 7th

delphi329 delphi329 writes: Instead of the DVD, why not put it on web, index it and make it searchable?
Posted: 3:59 pm on November 7th

CharlesDParker CharlesDParker writes: Thanks for the offer of this drawing. I would like to have these DVDs and the information the contain.
Posted: 3:36 pm on November 7th

wforeman wforeman writes: While I love print magazines, a DVD with all past issues would be a real space and time saver! Being able to search all issues and just print what I need is, in my opinion, where the future lies!
Posted: 3:34 pm on November 7th

tooltips tooltips writes: My Father-in-law passed away last fall and he and I would spend ages discussing articles in FW. He had every copy of FW ever published. Alas my mother-in-law in her effort to get the house ready for showing found all his FW and gave them away Arrrrhhh!!!! so owning a copy of FW on DVD would allow me to reminisce vertually and recall those fun discussions.

Thanks for a great magazing!
Posted: 3:27 pm on November 7th

chughes53 chughes53 writes: Would love to have this valuable resource in addition to my online subscription and huge stack of back issues.
Posted: 3:25 pm on November 7th

Dewy Dewy writes: What a valuable and convenient resource this would be! Would love to include this in my reference library.
Posted: 3:25 pm on November 7th

Woodsmithy Woodsmithy writes: Looks likes the odds of winning are declining fast, but if you don't play you can't win, so count me in.
Posted: 3:12 pm on November 7th

aaronpetersen aaronpetersen writes: Please count me in.
Posted: 3:11 pm on November 7th

Woody_55 Woody_55 writes: This would be a valuable resource. Count me in!
Posted: 3:01 pm on November 7th

victor708 victor708 writes: Would be a great addition.
Posted: 2:48 pm on November 7th

C_Russell C_Russell writes: I would love to have the Fine Woodworking Archive.
Posted: 2:37 pm on November 7th

worksleary worksleary writes: Fine Woodworking is my go-to resource above all other magazines. I look to FW for tool reviews, projects, techniques, resources, etc. It would be huge to get the DVD. Up to now I somehow haven't been able to justify the expense.
Posted: 2:36 pm on November 7th

jasonharbison51h jasonharbison51h writes: would love to win this and give it to someone for Christmas
Posted: 2:26 pm on November 7th

papabear62 papabear62 writes: Please throw my name in the hat.
Thank you,
Luther Newberry
Posted: 2:24 pm on November 7th

trantj trantj writes: I would LOVE to have this! Please count me in.

Posted: 1:58 pm on November 7th

eartag eartag writes: Yes, please.
Posted: 1:57 pm on November 7th

creativehandsnc creativehandsnc writes: Hey, here's my comment. I could really use this.
Posted: 1:42 pm on November 7th

caub caub writes:
Posted: 1:10 pm on November 7th

Blue_Scarab Blue_Scarab writes: I gave my collection to my local library for their book sale. It took up too much room and took forever to find what I wanted. The DVD is the way to go!
Posted: 12:38 pm on November 7th

ntx_man ntx_man writes: I hear Santa!!
Posted: 11:48 am on November 7th

D11RDozer D11RDozer writes: This would be sweet! One DVD to replace an entire shelf full of magazines. My wife can even appreciate that.
Posted: 11:46 am on November 7th

charlesD charlesD writes: I have issues 26 through current on my bookshelf
within easy reach but they're tedious to search for a specific article or subject. I'd love to have the computerized version for speed's sake.
Posted: 11:33 am on November 7th

1850timberframe 1850timberframe writes: Count me in! I have the previous one but would love to have the latest!!
Posted: 11:28 am on November 7th

hydroelectricguy hydroelectricguy writes: Great, I would love to win this.
Posted: 11:25 am on November 7th

oldnorm49 oldnorm49 writes: You know, this DVD will be a whole lot easier than going through all of the back issues everytime I think I remember that there was an article that would answer a question or perform some technique.
Count me in.
Thanks, norm.
Posted: 11:22 am on November 7th

Red_F Red_F writes: comment

Posted: 11:15 am on November 7th

williamchall williamchall writes: Put me in coach! Hey, what do you guys think of an online version of this dvd indexed in a similar fashion that can be subscribed to as an add-on to your online presence or regular subscription? Obviously, you would have to make it cheaper than owning the dvd and take something away to make people want to buy the dvd. Perhaps a limited number of pdf article downloads per month or something like that. I just like the idea of being able to thumb through the magazine in digital format for all printed years on say an iPad, but not having to own and maintain a $99+ dvd archive and then following years on dvd.
Posted: 11:10 am on November 7th

jheller jheller writes: Merry Christmas me if I can win!
Posted: 10:11 am on November 7th

Oldtyme Oldtyme writes: Sign me up please
Posted: 10:10 am on November 7th

dmann4491 dmann4491 writes: I have well over 200 issues of Fine Woodworking Magazine. I kept them all thinking I would be able to reference the various articles in the future. I "assumed" I would be able to remember which issue a particular article was in. Bad assumption. This would be a great tool.

Posted: 9:53 am on November 7th

StanSuther StanSuther writes: I'd really enjoy this- makes it easy to find old articles and research ideas and plans.
Posted: 9:48 am on November 7th

Peltrie Peltrie writes: This gift would definitely be good for me!
Posted: 9:08 am on November 7th

ddollevoet ddollevoet writes: Count me in! This would be a great Christmas present for me.
Posted: 9:04 am on November 7th

Pennstate84 Pennstate84 writes: Would love to own a complete archive of the most influential fine woodworking publication of modern history. Would love to be able to read the written thoughts, ideas and philosophies of renowned woodworkers such as Krenov and Frid, among others, on furniture design and construction techniques.
Posted: 8:50 am on November 7th

fletcher407 fletcher407 writes: Sign me up! I need one of those.
Posted: 8:44 am on November 7th

pcoleman525 pcoleman525 writes: Put my name in the hat.
Posted: 8:43 am on November 7th

gooswoodworks gooswoodworks writes: the perfect Christmas present ...for me!!
Posted: 8:39 am on November 7th

quattro quattro writes: I have every issue of FWW from #14 onward. I would love to replace the large stack with something more portable.
Posted: 8:37 am on November 7th

pauldonis pauldonis writes: Sign me up please! Thank you.
Posted: 8:14 am on November 7th

Joe__G Joe__G writes: Would be awesome to own..

Thanks!
Posted: 8:02 am on November 7th

JeffB JeffB writes: I need that!
Posted: 8:01 am on November 7th

PurdueDan PurdueDan writes: The perfect Christmas gift for me.
Posted: 7:43 am on November 7th

chucktown chucktown writes: I would love a copy of this, COUNT me in!
Thanks
Posted: 7:17 am on November 7th

sleclerc sleclerc writes: Great contest, thanks FWW! If I win I could donate about 10 boxes worth of past issues I've got tucked away in threw attic.
Posted: 6:33 am on November 7th

petersturner petersturner writes: please sign me up, thanks
Posted: 6:28 am on November 7th

manu31 manu31 writes: i've never won a book but a dvd, it's different
Posted: 3:56 am on November 7th

ShiningStar ShiningStar writes: This sounds like a great resource.
Posted: 1:25 am on November 7th

swayze swayze writes: That would be sweet. Put my address and ship it to me!!!!
Posted: 1:22 am on November 7th

phiflint phiflint writes: Pick me! Pick me!
Posted: 1:21 am on November 7th

HAMOK HAMOK writes: Sorry guys, but that DVD set will be leave the shore of the USA and making it's way to me in South Africa!
Posted: 1:18 am on November 7th

hoseman18 hoseman18 writes: I'm new to the woodworking scene but I'm hooked. Like knowing a girl for many years and then one day....BANG!....she hits you like a ton of bricks...that's how it was for me. I've been messing around building doghouses and garden boxes without any real idea of what I was doing or what I wanted to accomplish. Fine woodworking has given me the info to be able to start building real furniture. And though its not 'fine' yet, I have seen my skills improve 1000% since signing up for the website

Hope I win.
Posted: 1:13 am on November 7th

rodk1 rodk1 writes: WOW, What Christmas gift this would be!!!
Posted: 1:10 am on November 7th

mpwill21 mpwill21 writes: This would be fantastic. My FW magazines tend to migrate to various areas. Never can find the one I'm looking for. A single DVD to reference - marvelous baby!!
Posted: 12:06 am on November 7th

jedgberi jedgberi writes: What a gold mine of useful information. It would be like having a trade school right in my laptop.
Posted: 10:40 pm on November 6th

montee montee writes: what a complete woodworking library this would be!
need this one!
Posted: 10:39 pm on November 6th

flange1107 flange1107 writes: I think the DVD would be fantastic to win and I would try to
put it to good use.

Cheers

Posted: 10:34 pm on November 6th

girishdas girishdas writes: I need one
Posted: 10:22 pm on November 6th

Pete_CreekView Pete_CreekView writes: Whether this an entitlement or a earned benefit, I will graciously accept it and put it to productive use.
Posted: 10:18 pm on November 6th

granite36 granite36 writes: I'd love to win this - I've wanted very much to have the complete collection.

Thanks for making this possible!


Posted: 10:17 pm on November 6th

Halz57 Halz57 writes: Very nice indeed. I would graciously accept this.
Posted: 10:05 pm on November 6th

Dean7 Dean7 writes: That would be absolutely awesome to win!
Posted: 9:40 pm on November 6th

utbigrod utbigrod writes: would love to have this!
Posted: 9:33 pm on November 6th

marquavious marquavious writes: I just got back into woodworking a few weeks ago and found this website. Great job and hope to win the DVD. Best of luck everyone!

Mark
Posted: 9:31 pm on November 6th

ChrisDopp ChrisDopp writes: Me too. Please. :-)
Posted: 9:25 pm on November 6th

StanWilliams StanWilliams writes: Very nice offer of the full DVD library of FWW. I often refer to previous years issues for ideas and reference. This would be a great addition to my library.
Posted: 9:18 pm on November 6th

slicksleeve slicksleeve writes: I'm a new woodworker and I've really enjoyed reading FWW for the informational articles and project ideas. I would love to add this DVD to my collection.
Posted: 9:14 pm on November 6th

amybharry amybharry writes: I am a new woodworker and a big fan of finewoodworking.com. The DVD collection would make my workshop the envy of the neighborhood.

Keep up the great videos and articles. Finewoodworking is the best resource for learning the "finer" skills!

Amy Harry
Posted: 8:24 pm on November 6th

Dave Worsencroft Dave Worsencroft writes: This DVD would be the answer to my wife's desire to rid my bedside of a massive stack of magazines.
Posted: 8:22 pm on November 6th

Marlon86 Marlon86 writes: Would love to win this. Got too many paper magazines I have to get rid of. I love Fine Woodworking!
Posted: 8:17 pm on November 6th

Sands0305 Sands0305 writes: This is exactly what I need.
Posted: 7:59 pm on November 6th

EmPringle EmPringle writes: Yay! Christmas is coming early.
Posted: 7:47 pm on November 6th

EmPringle EmPringle writes: Yay! Christmas is coming early.
Posted: 7:47 pm on November 6th

EmPringle EmPringle writes: Yay! Christmas is coming early.
Posted: 7:47 pm on November 6th

dcp dcp writes: What a fantastic prize! Keeping my fingers crossed.
Posted: 7:16 pm on November 6th

workin_man workin_man writes: I love Fine Woodworking. I want to win a copy.
Posted: 7:13 pm on November 6th

Circuit Rider Circuit Rider writes: Please write me in. I would love to have it, but to rich for a guy on disability.
Posted: 7:11 pm on November 6th

jazzguy jazzguy writes: If I get picked, I would be most pleased.
Posted: 7:00 pm on November 6th

jazzguy jazzguy writes: If I get picked, I would be most pleased.
Posted: 6:59 pm on November 6th

casaheil casaheil writes: Having this archite would be great. I'm always looking to past articles and plans.
Posted: 6:57 pm on November 6th

mkarafa mkarafa writes: This is a must have!
Posted: 6:42 pm on November 6th

skay1611 skay1611 writes: What a tremendous resource for a learner like me to have! Pick me! :)
Posted: 6:12 pm on November 6th

rfd55923 rfd55923 writes: outstanding deal from one of our favorites

Posted: 5:58 pm on November 6th

ScoFF ScoFF writes: It's well known from the forums and other social media that Fine Woodworking has the best online content for woodworking period. The digital version of a magazine would be a lovely compliment to my hardcopy issues for quick indexing, quick search and easy of reference. Count me in for this offer!
Posted: 5:46 pm on November 6th

Dudackals Dudackals writes: This would be grate!!!
Receive the paper edition here in Brazil will cost me a lot of post money!!!
Posted: 5:39 pm on November 6th

JimKoren JimKoren writes: Ok...I'll bite....yes I would like the complete set.... but isn't the complete set on your web site, and without all those old out-of-date ads, and with additional stuff like videos and blogs, and I like the search, and my notebook takes up less room than the DVDs will, and I'll have to find my external DVD player. And does it still work? And aren't DVD passe?

jim
Posted: 5:38 pm on November 6th

Larrythewoodguy Larrythewoodguy writes: If i win can i cancel my pre order of this archive.
Posted: 5:34 pm on November 6th

Tom_from_MI Tom_from_MI writes: That would be a great prize. I could get rid of the stacks of magazines I have now plus see all the ones I missed. I would like to add that I think it would be a good idea to offer your subscribers an option of getting an annual current year CD version instead of the bimonthly paper version. Maybe we could save some trees.
Posted: 5:26 pm on November 6th

fartface fartface writes: With that DVD the projects would never end for me.
Posted: 5:24 pm on November 6th

denniswross denniswross writes: That would make it easier for me to find things, and free up a lot of shelf space.
Posted: 5:13 pm on November 6th

KFlemming KFlemming writes: This would make the load in my attic quite a bit lighter.
Posted: 5:11 pm on November 6th

Bossmanl Bossmanl writes: as a new beginer to woodworking this gift would help me a great way to get me started. thanks
Posted: 5:05 pm on November 6th

AKWintermute AKWintermute writes: This would be a fine edition to my library.
Posted: 4:57 pm on November 6th

marcrosen marcrosen writes: I'm still in shock that I did not win the Matt Kenney Caption Contest but winning the DVD Archive will help me get past that and move on with my life. Thanks,
Marc

Posted: 4:56 pm on November 6th

JLYoung JLYoung writes: That's an awesome prize. PLease count me in for the draw.
Posted: 4:54 pm on November 6th

bobkronberger bobkronberger writes: great publications and on-line resource, keep up the good work.
Posted: 4:10 pm on November 6th

timwillems timwillems writes: a comment
Posted: 3:48 pm on November 6th

usacomp2k3 usacomp2k3 writes: Fantastic. The Keyword searching would be a big plus over paper copies.
Posted: 3:45 pm on November 6th

rkweimer rkweimer writes: How much overlap is there between this and the Best of FWW DVD (2nd edition, 2006)? That had tips from Methods of Work--are those included on this disc?
Posted: 3:32 pm on November 6th

TX_Sawdust TX_Sawdust writes: Nice - with the DVD I could get rid of that file cabinet of FWW issues in my shop, and make room for a jointer!
Posted: 3:25 pm on November 6th

Scott Seaman Scott Seaman writes: I am inspired by the Tools and Shops article on the dedicated workshop for a lifetime hobby, but I need a DVD to go with it.
Posted: 3:25 pm on November 6th

Paladin2025 Paladin2025 writes: The older editions were good. I thought they were a great resource.

I'd love to have this new set too.
Posted: 2:55 pm on November 6th

bluejay bluejay writes: I'll give my review to all you guys once I win the disc!
Posted: 2:42 pm on November 6th

shadvet shadvet writes:
Posted: 2:35 pm on November 6th

tonydd tonydd writes: Sure would like to win!
Posted: 2:35 pm on November 6th

shadvet shadvet writes: Sure will be super to have all that history to fall back on!
Posted: 2:35 pm on November 6th

tsangell tsangell writes: I'll bite. This post has extra gravity. Please gravitate here.
Posted: 2:21 pm on November 6th

Mikecorwin Mikecorwin writes: Oh man, that would be sweet to have!
Posted: 1:42 pm on November 6th

HAMOK HAMOK writes: Sorry guys, but that DVD set will be leave the shore of the USA and making it's way to me in South Africa!
Posted: 1:36 pm on November 6th

HAMOK HAMOK writes: Sorry guys, but that DVD set will be leave the shore of the USA and making it's way to me in South Africa!
Posted: 1:30 pm on November 6th

HAMOK HAMOK writes: Sorry guys, but that DVD set will be leave the shore of the USA and making it's way to me in South Africa!
Posted: 1:29 pm on November 6th

HAMOK HAMOK writes: Sorry guys, but that DVD set will be leave the shore of the USA and making it's way to me in South Africa!
Posted: 1:28 pm on November 6th

HAMOK HAMOK writes: Sorry guys, but that DVD set will be leave the shore of the USA and making it's way to me in South Africa!
Posted: 1:25 pm on November 6th

zigjam01 zigjam01 writes: I could sure use all the great advice on the Archive DVD. Thank you.
Posted: 1:23 pm on November 6th

wardzxc wardzxc writes: I'm looking forward to winning the DVD
Posted: 1:23 pm on November 6th

andybarss andybarss writes: Send it on down to the Southwest, and me.
Posted: 1:21 pm on November 6th

andybarss andybarss writes: Send it on down to the Southwest, and me.
Posted: 1:21 pm on November 6th

Paul_C Paul_C writes: Now that is a prize worth winning!
Posted: 1:11 pm on November 6th

HAMOK HAMOK writes: Sorry guys, but that DVD set will be leave the shore of the USA and making it's way to me in South Africa!
Posted: 1:05 pm on November 6th

HAMOK HAMOK writes: Sorry guys, but that DVD set will be leave the shore of the USA and making it's way to me in South Africa!
Posted: 1:05 pm on November 6th

HAMOK HAMOK writes: Sorry guys, but that DVD set will be leave the shore of the USA and making it's way to me in South Africa!
Posted: 1:04 pm on November 6th

guitarguyjack guitarguyjack writes: Have been thinking this would be a nice edition to the shop...would be nice to win it! You guys rock...
Posted: 12:57 pm on November 6th

HAMOK HAMOK writes: Sorry guys, but that DVD set will be leave the shore of the USA and making it's way to me in South Africa!
Posted: 12:54 pm on November 6th

littledempsey littledempsey writes: I won whoopee!
Posted: 12:52 pm on November 6th

dwit dwit writes: This would be nice to have.
Posted: 12:43 pm on November 6th

jverreault jverreault writes: That would be an awesome addition to my library. Wish me luck ... Good luck. ;^)

Cheers

John
Posted: 12:43 pm on November 6th

porthios porthios writes: awesome :)
Posted: 12:33 pm on November 6th

Portage1969 Portage1969 writes: I would absolutely love to win this collection!
Posted: 12:24 pm on November 6th

aschaffter aschaffter writes: Great! I hope the resolution and clarity of the images is better than another collection I have seen recently!
Posted: 12:17 pm on November 6th

Gaspain Gaspain writes: This would be a nice addition to my library of woodworking articles
Posted: 12:14 pm on November 6th

ahuse1984 ahuse1984 writes: i would love to be able to look at all the older articles that i can not get online
Posted: 12:12 pm on November 6th

paultxsa paultxsa writes: Super! I would love to have this!
Posted: 12:05 pm on November 6th

baudi baudi writes: Fantastic! Please count me in.
Posted: 9:33 am on November 6th

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