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  • Questions for Canadian Scroller

    Originally posted by BobD
    Hi Gang,
    If you have any questions for intarsia artist Kathy Wise, feel free to post them here!

    Bob
    In speaking to Canadian Scroller, I was directed to Kathy:
    I'm curious as to how fast I should be setting my Excaliber 30" when cutting 1/8th " baltic birch plywood? I/m using it to cut patterns for some Intarsia work.
    Much thanks
    Roger Harris
    Stratford, Ont.[/

  • #2
    Since this Post was directed at Carl, I thought we'd start a thread for him <Grin>

    Bob
    www.GrobetUSA.com

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    • #3
      Kathy asked me to post this for her.

      Hi Roger,
      > Speed is usually a personal preference... depending upon how fast you feed
      > the wood into your blade and the hardness/ thickness of your wood. But
      > when you cut 1/8 " thick plywood , control can be a problem. I always
      > stack cut my thin wood or use a scrap piece of plywood or pine under the
      > 1/8 stock to make it easier to cut. Use double stick tape or nails to
      > join the pieces. Also use a new 2 or 02 reverse-tooth blade when cutting
      > your thin stock. Try using a scrap pieces of wood and practice different
      > speeds to see which will work best for you. Let me know if this has
      > helped. Thanks for your question!
      > Kathy
      >
      www.GrobetUSA.com

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