These waxed canvas pockets attach to the underside of your tool chest lid (or elsewhere) with brass screws through grommets in all four corners, and are sized for snug fit, so the book stays in place until you pull it out.
They usually sell out quickly — so don’t delay if you want one!
First, we’re sorry for the mistakes. Second, we’re correcting them.
Readers have noticed that a handful of text pages are missing from our reprint of Joseph Moxon’s “Mechanick Exercises” (not 288-307 between “Bricklayers Work” and “Mechanick Dyalling” – those are missing from all extant period copies we can find). So, we’re recycling the copies at the warehouse, and reprinting the entire book. When the new copies are in – it will take about 10 weeks – we’ll contact those who’ve already bought it, and send the new one (no need to return the old ones).
And obviously, we’ve stopped selling the “bad” copies; we’ll put “Mechanick Exercises” back in the store when the new print run arrives.
In our reprint of Joseph Moxon’s “Mechanick Exercises,” we missed page 169 when scanning the original. We’ve updated the file and will correct it at the next press run. Click below to download a PDF of the page to print and insert into the first edition. Our apologies for the error.
We got a new and larger planer (so we can run single-board chair seats!), so we’re selling the 15″ Powermatic that’s been an excellent workhorse in our shop for a couple years. It has a Byrd Shelix head, and we were still on the first carbide knife edges (so there are three turns left on them – plenty of life). It’s 220 single phase, and on locking casters. $2,000 (retail is $4,449). NB: You must be able to get it into a truck without my help (I’m happy to let you use our engine hoist to lift it onto a lift gate). (No, we cannot ship it.)