Test Drive Our New Premium eZine…for FREE!!
Last issue, we sent out our new look eZine for the very first time. This time out, we have even bigger news — our groundbreaking Premium eZine section. What’s in the Premium section? I am so glad you asked!
Every two weeks in the Premium pages you’ll find some great upgrades to regular eZine fare, including:
• A high-quality 4-color woodworking plan, valued at $7.95 all
by itself — (and you’re going to get 24 of them!)
• A fun woodworking quiz (just how smart a woodworker
• A full-blown woodworking technique article
• A guest essay from one of the top woodworkers in the country
• Shop tricks from fellow woodworkers (you can add your own to the
Premium pages, too!)
• A gallery of projects from the shops of the eZine faithful (and yup, you can
put your own shop pics online, too)
• A “best of” Questions and Answers section … selected around a specific
• Access to the eZine’s archive of over 1,000 woodworking-related articles —
available only to Premium subscribers
• And there is more to come (on-demand woodworking videos, for example).
This is a paid ($29.95 for 24 issues — a year’s worth) Premium section, available only to folks willing to subscribe to it. Your regular free eZine will not be affected by this offer; it will continue to be free, with its new upgraded look and features.
This enriched, premium content is something I’ve wanted to provide for a long time, but I could never figure out a way to pay for it. Now, I’m putting it out there with the hope that eZine readers will be willing to pay for this cool new stuff. And I really think that once you get the chance to see it, you will feel that it is not only worth the $29.95 price, but is, in truth, a bargain! At less than $1.25 per issue, I’ve got it priced well below the average cost of a cup of coffee! And, I also convinced my publisher to make this a “double guaranteed” risk-free offer:
First, when you sign up, you automatically get a 20-day FREE trial period — long enough to get a couple of Premium sections under your belt — before your credit card is even charged. (If you like it … do nothing and you’ll continue to have access to all the Premium pages. If it’s not all you had hoped for, cancel during the trial period — your card will never be charged.)
Second, and this part took a little extra convincing, if at any time during the entire first year of your subscription you decide the Premium section is not for you — just cancel your subscription, and we will return every penny to you, with absolutely no questions asked.
–Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
With lithium-ion technology, Makita’s 7.2-volt TD020DSEW Impact Screw Driver Kit provides a 1.1-pound, 10″ tool with 177 inch-pounds of torque.
The Magic Molder converts a table saw into a molder by replacing the existing saw blade.
The Mag Jig from Magswitch brings you magnetic power – that you can turn on and off – to hold your jigs in place.
The JoolTool can shape, carve and sand wood; or grind, hone and polish metal, carbide and stone.
Black & Decker’s FireStorm Cordless Drills with Smart Select Technology make it easy to set the tool correctly for different applications.
Rockler Woodworking and Hardware’s new 9-Piece Power Bore Drill Bit Set has extra-deep flutes to clear chips more effectively, even on hardwoods.
Black and Decker’s new version of their Mouse palm sander is designed to get you in the zone – the zone where your palm sander talks to you.
I must admit that what first piqued my interest was Christine Coffman’s disarmingly simple description of her wood carving career.
What is a riving knife, and how is “riving” pronounced?
What is the ideal humidity for a shop?
What is a pin router best used for?
I have allergies to oil-based products. Can you recommend a non-oil-based finish appropriate for new maple stairs and railings?
The idea was to have one machine that took up limited space but could do almost every woodworking task.
I don’t know how many subscribers you have from Europe, but would it be possible to add the measurements in metric to the free plans?