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  • Jb1911

    Hello All,
    I'm a new member from South Florida with a long wood history, but new to scrollsawing. I thought it was time to do somthing different in the shop, so I've jumped into puzzles on the scrollsaw. Most questions I've had have been answered by trial and error except for one.

    Maybe someone can point me in the right direction. Having never had the occasion to use a mop sander, I am not aware of the advantage-disadvantage between a double and single mop setup except for the obvious thickness. Any opinions?

    If I may offer a suggestion. Start another thread in tools & blades or in finishing and you will get more responses to your question. I also rearranged your question so it might stand out and get more responses here.
    Last edited by wood-n-things; 06-13-2012, 12:41 PM.

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