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  • Charlie_1
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    Thank you Sis and Thank you Bill


    scrollsaw jail ? thats one I havent heard lol


    Charlie,

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  • minowevie
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    Great job Charlie. I just love it. I would say more , but i am in scrollsaw jail. and i only get one call, go little brother you are on your way. your friend Evie

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  • bronco
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    Great job Charlie
    Keep 'em coming.
    Bill

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  • Charlie_1
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    Originally posted by Marcel in Longueuil
    Hey Charlie,

    Now you know what they meant by addictive.


    You are progressing nicely, this is very nice work.

    Are you just exploring or do you tend to like doing intarsia more than fretwork?

    So many possibilities, so little time.

    Respectfully,
    Marcel

    Definetly very addicting lol
    Charlie,

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  • Charlie_1
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    Thank you

    Well this one I did only with regular pine and stained it the different colors,,had to use three or four different pieces of pine but its all from just pine. I do really enjoy the intarsia and segmentation but I would like to do some fretwork, but its easier to do this than fretwork right now til I get a better saw . plus im just kinda exploring a bit of everything to see what I can do and what I enjoy doing .


    Thank you ,
    Charlie,

    thank you pete actually its only the pine thats in there , and only used a scroll saw and black and decker mouse sander for shapiing .
    Last edited by Charlie_1; 06-02-2006, 07:43 AM.

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  • PeteB
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    Never heard of intarsia before this week, but did a Google image search and, wow, is there a ton you can do with it.

    Very nice job of cutting, Charlie! It looks like you have a few types of wood in there, and have stained some, am I right? What do you use for shaping?

    Pete

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  • Marcel in Longueuil
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    Nice work

    Hey Charlie,

    Now you know what they meant by addictive.

    You are progressing nicely, this is very nice work.

    Are you just exploring or do you tend to like doing intarsia more than fretwork?

    So many possibilities, so little time.

    Respectfully,
    Marcel

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  • Jediscroller
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    Great job Charlie! What kinds of woods did you use?

    PS....Wonder when Dale will do this one on a 5 X 5 square....LOL

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  • Charlie_1
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    Thank you Dale,

    yup just a tad more difficult than the daffy one lol and only using that pin blade saw, it went kinda slow lol 5 hours for daffy I think , definetly a bit longer on this one .it did take me a bit of getting used to the pinned blades again ,was only using plain before but I think it worked out pretty well ,kinda proud of this one . Ill bet you would take really good care of as it hangs right up on your wall lol might see how much I can get out of this one and work on getting that next saw lol Ill send ya a photocopy of it so you can hang on your wall lol
    Thank you

    Charlie,

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  • lucky788scroller
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    Well Charlie, Thats quite a project! Thats a good afternoons worth of sawing, then what.,.... 2 or 3 hours of shaping, sanding, and assembling? A really nice simple one day project, and it turned out pretty darn good! It looks like it is just a little bit more difficult then the other duck you recently did. since your boys kept the other one, that means this one is for me right? It will look nice hanging here, and I'll take good care of it.
    This was done on what saw? If I remember right, a saw that went from regular flat blades, to only being able to use pin end blades right? Many people dont realize that pin end blades are capable of producing nice work too. Its a lot of patience and practice, so for those just starting out, with a saw that only takes pin end blades, you CAN do great things. Take your time, Charlie is the only guy I know that could do this duck from start to finish in 5 hours! (you did say 5 hours right charlie?) It looks great! dale
    Last edited by lucky788scroller; 06-01-2006, 09:50 PM.

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  • Charlie_1
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    Thank you ,

    Been working on it the last few weeks a few hours every day lol ,took me long enough to finish it but the wait was worth it
    Kewl hope to see it soon


    Charlie,

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  • Trout
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    hey Charlie

    looks great....
    how long have you been working on it...

    I can't believe that I'm going on my 4th week on my truck project. I'm hoping to unveil it sometime this weekend...

    Trout

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  • Charlie_1
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    Thank you Gill
    Ill make some orange sauce for ya to go with it lol


    Charlie,

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  • Gill
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    For your next project... orange sauce!

    Well, the duck looks so good that it whetted my appetite .

    Gill

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  • Charlie_1
    started a topic The Duck lol

    The Duck lol

    ok heres the duck Im almost done with except for the clear coat
    comments and suggestions always welcome



    Heres the duck Dale lol


    Charlie,
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  • Rolf
    Reply to Frustrated
    by Rolf
    What model Craftsman! Without that information we can't look up the saw and what type of clamp it has.
    Today, 07:20 AM
  • NC Scroller
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    by NC Scroller
    I am guessing that your clamps have probably spread due to usage. I am not aware of any aftermarket clamps that fit your saw. Did you look at ereplacementparts.com to see if they sell clamps for your model? Sorry I could not be of more help.
    Yesterday, 11:24 AM
  • Daddy's scroller
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    by Daddy's scroller
    I have a craftsman saw. The blade just slips out.
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  • Daddy's scroller
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    No. I haven't tried that yet...
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  • Chance13
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    I put those on my 20" Dewalt a couple years ago. Big improvement from the one Dewalt had....
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