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    Been woodworking for many years as a hobby. Bought a Lathe last October and just picked up a Delta 20" Scroll saw. I love working with my hands and this gives me a way to get away from the stress of my real job, taking care of computer networks for 15 hospitals.

    I am looking forward to learning the full potential of my tools.


  • #2
    Welcome to the board Alzey. Where in Tennessee are you? We are in Crossville.
    Don R
    Custom Made Scroll Saw Patterns


    • #3
      About 3 hours east of you near Bristol.


      • #4
        Hey Don
        I am in Crossville also


        • #5
          And I'm in Cookeville,


          • #6
            Clarksville, here. Welcome aboard.

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