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    Greetings all. I'm a cabinetmaker/painter in Richland, Miss., a small town just south of Jackson. I have been asked to help create a learning tool for a reading institute in Mississippi. It involves a little wood airplane which slides along a metal rod between two uprights. I'm good for everything except the little plane. I'm hoping a local scroll-saw user can come to my rescue! Anyone here who might like to take a look at this worthwhile project?

    I must say that, while researching solutions to my quandry, I've discovered the amazing world of the scroll saw. I don't want to buy a $99 machine only to be disappointed and discouraged, but I do want to pursue this new creative outlet!

    In the meantime, before I'm able to buy a quality machine, I hope there is a scroller nearby who is willing to take a look at my project.

    Thanks for your time!

    601-212-4890 (my work phone)

  • #2
    Welcome Bill. If I wasnt so busy with the 4H kids and their woodworking projects right now, I would gladly help you out, although Im more then a stones throw from Miss. Dale
    Dale w/ yella saws


    • #3
      Welcome Bill and I am too far from you to help out but someone might drop in that is in your area.
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