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  • Test Cutter Needed for Traditional Fretwork

    Fox Chapel Publishing (our parent company) is looking for a test cutter for a long-term project cutting, finishing, and assembling on average two traditional fretwork-type projects a week for the foreseeable future. The test cutter will be paid an hourly rate. If you're interested, please e-mail samples of fretwork you've cut to me at Duncan@foxchapelpublishing.com.

    Best Regards,
    Bob Duncan
    Technical Editor, Woodworking/DIY
    www.WoodCarvingIllustrated.com
    www.FoxChapelPublishing.com
    www.ScrollSawer.com

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    I wish I was just a bit closer to retirement.
    Jim
    When looking at the clock at work--the correct time is:
    Too early to leave, too late to call in.

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      Thank you for opening another opportunity for the members of this forum.
      Linda at www.ArtIngrained.com

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