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What happened to the sawdust sessions video

#154875 by triumph_tech » Mon Nov 11, 2013 4:53 pm

Anybody else getting the message "Removed from Blip" when they attempt to view the sawdust videos? I went back to look at a couple of them to help with a headstock rebuild for a greenie I am working on and I keep getting a message that the video I want has been removed, what gives?

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#154877 by reible » Mon Nov 11, 2013 5:14 pm

I just went and checked and I too see what you see. This is the screen that comes up:

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And then:

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So I hope that shopsmith still has these and can re-host them somewhere. It would be too bad to have lost them forever.

Ed

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#154879 by joedw00 » Mon Nov 11, 2013 5:51 pm

Are these the same ones that you buy?

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#154886 by Ed in Tampa » Mon Nov 11, 2013 6:04 pm

That stinks I thought they were great!

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#154889 by charlese » Mon Nov 11, 2013 6:51 pm

Found that I can still view the sessions. :D :D Try this - go to http://www.shopsmith.com then click on the word "WOODWORKING" on the top red line. Then click on Sawdust Sessions.

Should take you right to the videos.

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#154890 by algale » Mon Nov 11, 2013 6:56 pm

charlese wrote:Found that I can still view the sessions. :D :D Try this - go to http://www.shopsmith.com then click on the word "WOODWORKING" on the top red line. Then click on Sawdust Sessions.

Should take you right to the videos.

I think it depends on the video and where it was uploaded. Those that went to YouTube can still be viewed. Those on blip have vanished.

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#154898 by admin » Mon Nov 11, 2013 10:04 pm

We will be re-hosting the videos and updating the sawdust sessions to link to the new location.

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#154913 by enyoc » Tue Nov 12, 2013 8:22 am

admin wrote:We will be re-hosting the videos and updating the sawdust sessions to link to the new location.


THANK YOU!!!

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#154941 by triumph_tech » Tue Nov 12, 2013 12:52 pm

admin wrote:We will be re-hosting the videos and updating the sawdust sessions to link to the new location.

Thanks, would really hate to lose all that great reference material. I am just getting back into my Shopsmith after a fire leveled my house. I rescued my machine from the basement where it was under 5 feet of the nastiest water you have ever seen. The unit is a greenie built in '56 and was given to me by an Uncle that bought it new. I know it will probably cost more to fix it than a used replacement but I feel bad just scrapping it. Those videos and the other reference material on the forum has sucessfully led me through this rebuild project so far. I have watched most every video and read most of the threads on repairing the Mark V but keep going back to clarify specific points of re-assembly. I'm glad the sawdust sessions will be re-hosted elsewhere and soon I hope!:)

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#154947 by JPG » Tue Nov 12, 2013 1:34 pm

Good news indeed!

No stink/sting/suck!

No these are the original online sessions. The 'for sale' ones are cleaned up/redone etc.(AIUI)

They are indeed a valuable resource for those of us who prefer DIY repairing.

Microsoft strikes again!

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