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A place to post achievement you are proud of: Magazine or Newspaper write ups, shameless self-promotion, etc. Please do not post scrolling projects here.
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  • daveswoodworking
    Christmas In July Ornament Exchange
    Christmas In July Ornament Exchange

    Hi Everyone I thought I would try a Ornament exchange in July
    I think it would be something different and fun.

    Anyone that would like to participate, please send me the following information via PM or email. The cut off date will be...
    Today, 08:35 PM
  • Will M
    Reply to Very Sad to See
    Will M
    I really miss Shawn.I'll bet a lot of us do.
    Today, 06:49 PM
  • Wild Bill
    Reply to compound cutting I think
    Wild Bill
    I am thinking that the light comes up from the base and when the cutout is turned it also changes the pattern on the base.

    Nope just went back and watched again. Sure would like to find some pattern for that.
    Today, 05:27 PM
  • Wild Bill
    Reply to Clearing my mind
    Wild Bill
    Wolfenstein was, is still great. back in the early 80s I worked as a repair tech for Covox. We made Sound Master sound cards for Apple, Commador, and IBM. Part of the system was voice recongition. Lost many hours trying to get voice commands to work with the card.
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  • NC Scroller
    Reply to Very Sad to See
    NC Scroller
    YES I sure miss some of the old regulars. While life's adventures (good and not so good) sometimes prevents me from checking in daily I bet through the year I am on the site 325 or more days a year. I have no plans to leave....
    Today, 05:07 PM
  • Wild Bill
    Reply to Very Sad to See
    Wild Bill
    I dont post that much, but I stayed thru the changeover.
    Today, 05:06 PM
  • Sandy Oaks
    Reply to Very Sad to See
    Sandy Oaks
    Like Jim, I post as often as I can....
    Today, 03:48 PM
  • mtwoodguy
    Reply to Very Sad to See
    Thanks Jim. One that I really miss is Mike and yes he is no longer able to scroll saw. I'm not sure of the rules, but I think if you check in once a month you remain an active member.
    Today, 03:37 PM
  • Jim McDonald
    Reply to Clearing my mind
    Jim McDonald
    I edited a few score files in my younger days. One was for one of my employees who was tired of putting up a high score and her husband staying up all night to beat it. Poor Dan never knew that new high score was artificial. (Can't even remember the name of the game, but it was reasonably popular...
    Today, 02:50 PM
  • Jim McDonald
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    Jim McDonald
    I try to post as often as I can, but the weather is JUST getting to the point where I can get outside to do any cutting. I miss far too many of the "old" regulars--but I know at least a few have moved on to other hobbies and activities and sadly a few are culling timber in the big lumber...
    Today, 02:46 PM