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  • Totally newb33

    Good day,

    I just join and a (second?) owner of a 21" Scrollmate: so excite and already to look-around for a test drive, possibly with 1/2" pine then something harder once I am feeling better.

    Dell,

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    Hi Dell,

    Welcome to the forum. Please show us some pictures when you start cutting.

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