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Post your beginners scroll saw questions here.
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Stoney
I think I have him hooked
by Stoney
Post your scroll saw projects that don't fit into any other category or general scroll saw questions here.
Topics: 6,042 Posts: 55,673
Last Post: Double Bevel Inlay
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Scrappile
Double Bevel Inlay
Post photos and descriptions of ongoing projects
Topics: 1,670 Posts: 18,915
1,670 18,915
A place to discuss the business side of scroll sawing, including selling patterns or selling scroll saw artwork.
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Last Post: Spring Shows
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NC Scroller
Spring Shows
A place to post completed puzzles and discuss puzzles and puzzle-making on a scroll saw
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2,186 22,043
martzy
Independence Hall jig saw puzzle
by martzy
Post wooden toy project and scale model ideas and projects here.
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547 6,549
Rolf
Cars and trailer and... dinosaur?
by Rolf
A place to post photos and questions about using different colors of wood to create an image.
Topics: 2,329 Posts: 33,973
Last Post: Butterfly Inlay Box
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Sandy Oaks
Butterfly Inlay Box
A place to discuss three-dimensional scroll saw projects such as bowls, boxes, and compound-cut designs.
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Sandy Oaks
Octagonal Jewelry Box
A place to post your fretwork, clock-making, and portrait projects and questions about fretwork, clock-making, and portraits.
Topics: 4,237 Posts: 43,158
Last Post: Hoppy and Gabby
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Sandy Oaks
Hoppy and Gabby
A place to discuss your finishing techniques or products.
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Last Post: dip finish
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Jim Finn
dip finish
A place to discuss tools, blades, and other mechanical issues.
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3,984 35,535
A place to discuss wood and other materials for scrolling.
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Last Post: masking tape
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Hobbyhorse
masking tape
Post scrolling tips and ideas here. The best of the best may be used in the magazine.
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  • Scrappile
    Reply to Double Bevel Inlay
    Scrappile
    Pretty amazing work. I would have never thought you could inlay in something as thin as a coin. You got nerves of steel, well copper and what ever they are made of.
    Yesterday, 10:27 PM
  • NC Scroller
    Reply to What Do You Think Of This Deal? Just Rambling.
    NC Scroller
    Paul flash him some cash and maybe you can get it for $500.
    Yesterday, 08:51 PM
  • hotshot
    Reply to Double Bevel Inlay
    hotshot
    I did use CA, but I don't know if that is the best way. I wish I had a Jeweler friend to bounce ideas off of. I suspect the professional would have used silver solder, or perhaps used their pneumatic graver to create a metal lip over the top, I'm not sure. The gravers are expensive, so that wouldn't...
    Yesterday, 07:20 PM
  • Rolf
    Reply to Double Bevel Inlay
    Rolf
    I'm with Jim, showoff! How do you keep the parts together? CA Glue?
    Yesterday, 05:23 PM
  • Scrappile
    Reply to Really need help to find a pattern.
    Scrappile
    Yep, first place I looked....
    Yesterday, 02:57 PM
  • Jim McDonald
    Reply to Carole, here is your Dime . . . .
    Jim McDonald
    I printed this pattern from your website the other day and one of the guys at work asked if I was going to get a tattoo (his side job). I told him I was thinking of cutting it into a trivet and then the next day this pops up, so I show him the finish cutting and his eyes almost "bugged out"...
    Yesterday, 01:11 PM
  • Jim McDonald
    Reply to Double Bevel Inlay
    Jim McDonald
    Now you're just showin' off!

    Great work.
    Yesterday, 01:08 PM
  • Wood Dog
    Reply to Double Bevel Inlay
    Wood Dog
    Outstanding work Randy.
    Yesterday, 10:55 AM
  • dgman
    Reply to Really need help to find a pattern.
    dgman
    Sounds like a Steve Good pattern.
    04-22-2017, 09:09 PM
  • Scrappile
    Reply to What Do You Think Of This Deal? Just Rambling.
    Scrappile
    Well the Hegner is still for sale. So is the Excalibur. I'm not surprised in the North West high end scroll saws do not sell fast. I have communicated with the guy that has the Hegner. He purchased it at an Estate sale. It is a 1998 model. He claims it is in "like new" condition. Personally...
    04-22-2017, 08:49 PM
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