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    I am new to this site. I think it is amazing. I am also pretty new to the Scroll Saw scene as well. I did try Scroll Sawing as a hobby back in the mid 1980's. I still have my first Craftsman 16" Scroll Saw. I made a few plaques, some toys for my kids and a few little pieces of tooling. I could never get the saw to do what I wanted it to do. I am looking forward to learning a lot more from you all and this site.

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    unclmartin, hello and welcome from Manchester UK, fairly recent myself and can say that there is a wealth of information, ideas and good feedback here on site, enjoy.
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      by Eugene Downes
      I had considered useing a hot glue gun but I like to be able to reuse some of the bigger waste pieces. Also when I use brads and they extend through the bottom piece I am always carefull to take a small hammer and tap the points back up flush with the bottom piece so I do not scratch the table.
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    • wjbclocks1
      Reply to Stack Cutting
      by wjbclocks1
      I use a hot glue gun. all around the edges, No chance of scrathing thhe table/
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      by Rolf
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      Reply to Stack Cutting
      by Rolf
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      Reply to Stack Cutting
      by eric_h_e
      Good idea. I’ll have to try that when I get to the point of stack cutting. 👍
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