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    My name is Bob, 29 years old, living in the Netherlands. My dad gave me his old scroll saw (Dremel), and I discovered I can make toys with it. Since the Dremel is not the best scroll saw and the 3,5 year old boy in the house really likes wooden toys I bought a Hegner today. So now I think I officially can be called a scroller.

    My field of interest is toys and puzzles for children. I am busy creating a car based on a Morgan. When it is finished I will post it in the appropriate section.

    If there are any toymakers from my region I would love to hear this since I have some questions and it is always nice to know people who are busy doing the same things.
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    Sorry to say kind sir, just because you have a hegner does not a scroller make. You will find it will take some practice....LOL

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      Dr. Bob,

      I just sent you a private message, like to here from you.

      FD Mike
      SD Mike

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