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  • wwalker47
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    Summertown, TN

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  • daveww1
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    Jim Thorpe, pa

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  • M Beasley
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    Central Washington State

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  • Sandy Oaks
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    Originally posted by Minnbob View Post
    Welcome from Minnesota
    Welcome to the forum from Tennessee. Where in Minnesota? Spent the first 60+ years there

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  • Minnbob
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    Welcome from Minnesota

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  • will8989
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    Welcome from Maryland. Love to see some pics.

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  • Sandy Oaks
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    Originally posted by gorgon View Post
    Hello.
    I've been lurking for many years here at the forum, so it's time to post something.

    I live in the South East part of Norway, not far from the Swedish border.
    Soon to retire from work, so I recon to increase woodwork activity in the future.

    I'm mostly doing woodcarving and chip carving these days, but I started sawing with a fretsaw in the late -50s about 5 years old, making Christmas gifts to the family.

    These days I use a scrollsaw 😀
    Welcome to the forum from Tennessee.

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  • NC Scroller
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    Originally posted by gorgon View Post
    Hello.
    I've been lurking for many years here at the forum, so it's time to post something.

    I live in the South East part of Norway, not far from the Swedish border.
    Soon to retire from work, so I recon to increase woodwork activity in the future.

    I'm mostly doing woodcarving and chip carving these days, but I started sawing with a fretsaw in the late -50s about 5 years old, making Christmas gifts to the family.

    These days I use a scrollsaw 😀
    Welcome from hot North Carolina. We would love to see pictures of all your work.

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  • gorgon
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    Hello.
    I've been lurking for many years here at the forum, so it's time to post something.

    I live in the South East part of Norway, not far from the Swedish border.
    Soon to retire from work, so I recon to increase woodwork activity in the future.

    I'm mostly doing woodcarving and chip carving these days, but I started sawing with a fretsaw in the late -50s about 5 years old, making Christmas gifts to the family.

    These days I use a scrollsaw 😀

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  • flyfisherman_53
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    Three Rivers Michigan, south of Stoney down by Indiana line.

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  • mtwoodguy
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    Hi Jimp, glad to see you post. Did you do the carving in the tree-very nice. Are you glad for summer in Canada now? Floyd in Reno

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  • jimp
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    onta IMG_3137.JPG rio canada

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  • Robertgodwin453@gmail.com
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    Yes it will take plain end blades because what I did was cut off one end of blade and made it work. I did not know they made plain end blades. Thanks for the reply

    do you have any suggestions on how to clean the table of the scroll saw?

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  • BobD
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    Unfortunately, with pin-end blades, you need to drill a blade-entry hole large enough to accommodate the blade. Can you use plain-end blades in your saw? Unfortunately, pin-end blades limit the projects you can do because of the size of the blade-entry hole you need to drill for them.

    Best Regards,
    Bob Duncan
    Technical Editor, Woodworking/DIY

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  • Robertgodwin453@gmail.com
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