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    Anyone of you fine folks know of a DVD available for scroll sawing?

    I have looked all over the internet but to no avail. Asked FoxChapel and they just referred me to their line of up available items of which I did not see any DVD options. Do not want the VHS format of which I know there are plenty available.

    Thanks,

    Chuck

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    Dvd

    Chuck,

    Check with Rick Hutcheson at www.scrollsaw.com. He has produced an introductory VHS/DVD to scroll sawing, which is available through S.A.W.

    I would also check with Dirk Boelman at www.theartfactory.com. He has one on VHS but may now have it available on DVD!?

    If your looking for patterns on DVD, there are plenty of those available.

    Good Luck.

    Paul S.

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      Thanks

      Thanks for the links Paul. Rick does not have one but he mentioned he may look into production of one. Dirk's site does not indicate the format type so I e-mailed to check on it.
      I see your just down the road from us.

      Chuck
      St. Germain, WI

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