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Literature collections.

Post by Magnus » Sep 15th, '17, 09:57

I know many of us collect all papers we can find on saws. I try as best I can to gather up and file what I can for future collectors.

Here is how it looks today in my basement. Not the best way to keep it in a long term thinking, but its not thrown away...
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85% of this is just chainsaw stuff, but there is clearing saw and some lawnmower stuff as well in some of the brand binders. I hope to find a good home for that stuff and keep focus on the saws.

I have it in binders and try to keep it safe as best I can. In future I hope we can get a archive/office that is better suited for this purpose, but for now this will have to do.

The ones with brand binders is not in any index yet (they will be numbered and indexed later), the numbered binders are being indexed so I find what I have easier. I have three more to put in index.
12 binders left to fill then I am out of space again.

How do you store it and how does it look?
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Re: Literature collections.

Post by Old Mac Guy » Sep 15th, '17, 15:20

:embarressed:
I'm ashamed to admit that I have chainsaw manuals piled up in stacks on tables and next to bookcases which are too full to file them in.
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I have some new bookcases not yet assembled.
Maybe I'll find time to put them together and get the library put in order this autumn...
I admire the nice, orderly collection you have.
That's the way to properly store a library!!
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Re: Literature collections.

Post by Magnus » Sep 15th, '17, 15:37

Not yes, but soon this will be ok.. I just need all of it in a index so I know what to find were
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Re: Literature collections.

Post by jack-rijn » Sep 15th, '17, 17:21

thats whay i send you that box magnus
keeps from the road
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Re: Literature collections.

Post by Magnus » Sep 15th, '17, 17:32

:thanks:

Its a lot better on any shelf than in recycling.
All they do is turn it in to bills they send me...
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Re: Literature collections.

Post by jack-rijn » Sep 15th, '17, 18:24

maybe i have more
but no bils :rofl:
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