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    New to Scroll Sawing by about a year. Forced into retirement a year and a half ago due to illness and job loss. Have used a scroll saw in the past as a kid. received a new one last Christmas. Just now getting started. Enjoy woodworking and making family projects. Thanks. Roger

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      Welcome to the forum.

      You will become addicted, and there is no 12 step program .

      It's all fun
      Craftsman 18"
      Delta 46-460 lathe


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        Welcome Roger!
        Where in Northern MI are you?? I'm in Roscommon


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          Welcome to the forum. I am from southeast Michigan.....Southern.Lake Erie east. Enjoy the ride...many, many very good people here to give you very good advise.


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            Welcome to the forum I too am from Michigan south of kalamazoo bout 20 minutes I just made time today after all the xmas gatherings to cut out 3 of the pocket cars that was in last issue of scrollsawer magazine. still need to drill holes for axles and windows but sofar turn out good did little beltsanding on them to finish, but have little handsanding in small crevises. Enjoy and watch the finger tips lol.
            Someone say tool or lumber sale I am out of here


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