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    New to message board but long time scroller well started in 98 .
    I am 64 and have COPD so work out side home is out,however scroll sawing keeps me in the circle of things around town.
    Live in Lincoln,Nebraska so make a few HUSKER things that i ll show at a later date.
    I am using a delat P-20 saw and most of my fret work is done with a 2.0 blade. I have learned to do compound cuts and i do cut things from paper,which i either give away or sell.
    As for the shop i know where everything is but it is nightmare gone crazy.To much scrolling and not enough time for cleaning.Pluss on top of that i have a compant here that gives me 3/8" and 5/8" birch plywood marine board ( no holes) 11 ply and 9 ply .So by having that it keeps the cost down and that I think is the name of the game

    Well little sharper thana bowling ball but still learning
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  • #2
    Nice work, Jerry. that nutcracker is unusual.

    Scrolling with a Dewalt 788


    • #3
      you may find it under bragging page sorry


      • #4
        Welcome. For someone just starting, you seem to have a good touch with the saw.

        Craftsman 16" VS, Puros Indios and Sam Adams!
        Scrollin' since Jun/2006

        My Gallery (reciprocal links welcomed)


        • #5
          nice work jerry and welcome.


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