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      Re: woodburning tools and techniques

      : thanks Bette for your response, but you forgot to tell me the names of the woodburners you talked about....thanks again

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          Re: woodburning tools and techniques

          Thnx Bette, do you prefer fixed tips over the inter-changeable? and what and how many tips can one start with? I don't really want to have to go buy a dozen as most of the time just a few will do anything one wants, problem with not being experienced, which few....tnx again for your help

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              Re: woodburning tools and techniques

              there was a lot of discussion on this topic a few months ago, it might still be available if you search backwards through the topics. Generally, fixed tips run cooler since the electrical connection is soldered rather than just pushed into a socket.

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