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Beginners Scroll Saw
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Last Post: Thomas Wooden Clock
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Rolf
by Rolf
General Scroll Saw
Post your scroll saw projects that don't fit into any other category or general scroll saw questions here.
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Works in Process
Post photos and descriptions of ongoing projects
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will8989
Scroll Saw Business Side
A place to discuss the business side of scroll sawing, including selling patterns or selling scroll saw artwork.
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will8989
Scroll Saw Puzzles
A place to post completed puzzles and discuss puzzles and puzzle-making on a scroll saw
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Last Post: Peanuts #1
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millwab
by millwab
Wooden Toys & Scale Models
Post wooden toy project and scale model ideas and projects here.
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Last Post: Latest toy.
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Jim Finn
Intarsia, Inlay, and Segmentation
A place to post photos and questions about using different colors of wood to create an image.
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Bowls, Boxes, Compound, and other 3-D Projects
A place to discuss three-dimensional scroll saw projects such as bowls, boxes, and compound-cut designs.
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Last Post: Needed a fix
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Rolf
by Rolf
Fretwork and Portraits
A place to post your fretwork, clock-making, and portrait projects and questions about fretwork, clock-making, and portraits.
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Wood Finishing and Painting
A place to discuss your finishing techniques or products.
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Last Post: Question for Rolf
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Dan A
by Dan A
Tools and Blades
A place to discuss tools, blades, and other mechanical issues.
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Wood and Materials
A place to discuss wood and other materials for scrolling.
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Info Exchange
Post scrolling tips and ideas here. The best of the best may be used in the magazine.
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  • NC Scroller
    Reply to Work in Progress. What is with FOX publishing?
    by NC Scroller
    I often resize just to fit the size of the wood I have on hand. I agree this is a no win situation because of the various software, hardware differences plus the skill level of us, the end users. Even providing the patterns in a digitized format will no fix this because of the reasons I already mentioned....
    Today, 09:52 AM
  • Rolf
    Reply to Work in Progress. What is with FOX publishing?
    by Rolf
    John your original post is a valid question. It is a simple thing to put in the original scale assuming that it was on the original drawing. As a minimum the size of the material required can be stated, although that has been a confusion for folks that have built the clock projects. I field a lot of...
    Today, 09:22 AM
  • Quartz43
    Reply to Work in Progress. What is with FOX publishing?
    by Quartz43
    Maybe nothing has changed ? But is there anything that can be done to make it easier. The very large projects are difficult to copy over several pages and put together properly. I believe in making improvements and not preserving the status quo.

    I enjoy the challenge of cutting a project...
    Yesterday, 08:48 PM
  • keystonecop
    Reply to Work in Progress. What is with FOX publishing?
    by keystonecop
    This is not a problem with the magazine for my issue.. It is a problem with the book having resized the drawings without giving the actual size.

    I do again apologize for my post.. I cannot use the right words to explain it.. so maybe someone should just remove the post....
    Yesterday, 07:29 PM
  • markdavd
    Reply to Work in Progress. What is with FOX publishing?
    by markdavd
    Reading these replies, I am still trying to figure out what the problem really is. I haven't noticed changes in how they publish recently and I don't think I ever had trouble making copies of of the patterns I want to cut.

    How did you copy the patterns 10 years ago? What has changed?...
    Yesterday, 06:43 PM
  • Quartz43
    Reply to Work in Progress. What is with FOX publishing?
    by Quartz43
    I am very glad to hear this and that Fox will look into the issue. Hopefully, they can do some things to try to make it easier to copy patterns.
    Yesterday, 06:34 PM
  • keystonecop
    Reply to Work in Progress. What is with FOX publishing?
    by keystonecop
    First I didn't mean to stir up a hornet's nest. Sorry for that. I will share that Kaylee Schofield reached out to me after my post (not sure if this forum or Facebook. From my past experience with her, she cares. I do believe she will address this issue. I do not think she is the type of person...
    Yesterday, 05:36 PM
  • Quartz43
    Reply to Work in Progress. What is with FOX publishing?
    by Quartz43
    I think that it important for any business to keep track of what their customers are concerned about. If a business ignores such things, they will suffer in the long run. Ignoring comments in your own forum or not replying to emails is not a good strategy. Good companies are always on the lookout...
    Yesterday, 04:53 PM
  • millwab
    Reply to Peanuts #1
    by millwab
    Thanx Rolf. I also found a package of Olson 3/0 blades I had. They are 33TPI x .008T x .022W
    I’m guessing that’s their equivalent of a puzzle blade since they don’t sell one specifically labeled as such....
    Yesterday, 03:06 PM
  • markdavd
    Reply to Work in Progress. What is with FOX publishing?
    by markdavd
    Are there specific issues about how the patterns are printed that cause everyone problems? If not, whatever they change made to make some of you happy will make others unhappy. I prefer things published at 100% if practical.

    Maybe what's needed is a comprehensive article with all the possible...
    Yesterday, 10:07 AM
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