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Please don't stone me if this has been posted. I did a search and didn't see it. This may help new and old timers, I forgot about it and found it when I was swapping computers. Hope some one will find it useful.
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No need to apologize, Joe.

Excellent information even it it has been published before. This PDF shows how versatile just three bits can be to make a variety of profiles.

Great information...

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This is an excellent tutorial, unfortunately it is copyrighted material. I asked August Home Publishing for permission to share this years ago and they said no. Don't be surprised if it is removed by ADMIN.

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This is an excellent tutorial, unfortunately it is copyrighted material. I asked August Home Publishing for permission to share this years ago and they said no. Don't be surprised if it is removed by ADMIN.
I thought this topic sounded familiar. It must have been shown on Woodsmith Shop or published in their magazine (or ShopNotes). I have no doubt the publishers want people to buy the DVD collection of past issues.

I think I remember something very similar on The RouterWorkshop with many more profiles from a small number of bits used in a very similar way. RouterWorkshop material is also subject to Copyright limitations.

Dustmagnet has done a service to our community so I hope some way can be found to convey the essential information without copyright issues. thanks very much.

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There is one difference Tom; Bryon Nelson said no(August policy) and Rick Rosendahl gave me permission to use Router Workshop material.
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For curiosity I googled the document and found it freely published on the Woodsmith web site...no charge.

Not sure if that means it's a no-no or not...

The internet sure makes things confusing doesn't it...

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This has been a gray area because the information is easily available by googling the title of the thread just as a manual for learning Sketchup is. But the pages in the download say that the material is copyrighted so I have removed the link. For those that are interested the information is easily attainable.

Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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This has been a gray area because the information is easily available by googling the title of the thread just as a manual for learning Sketchup is. But the pages in the download say that the material is copyrighted so I have removed the link. For those that are interested the information is easily attainable.
I suspect that the difference is that, although freely available it is intended for individual use. The gray area may be if the material is made available via a commercial enterprise. Since the forum is "sponsored" it may be considered a commercial entity.

Similar to music. You can buy the music and listen and play it to your hearts content. However, use it for background in a video and it may be a copyright infringement issue if it is used without permission of the owner.

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The way I read the first 3 paragraphs is that "linking" is really not a problem when you link directly to the content located on the copyright owners website...

a copy and paste of the content onto a page within the forum would be a problem.....

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I can't imagine linking would be a problem...wouldn't that be no different than pointing someone to Sam Goody-s for music...? Same as Google displaying links when doing a search...?

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