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  • ubgoofy2003
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    That is a beautiful piece of Art, Scott. I really like the walnut & the contrasting music notes. It really pop's out & shows it's beauty. Good work. Thanks for showing us.

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  • RegisG
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    Really nice design and well done.
    Thanks for sharing

    Regis

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  • wood-n-things
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    Great finish to a nicely done project.

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  • Sunlion
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    Nice, you have inspired me to do a music piece for my son who loves and plays keyboard. New year is on the way and I have more ideas than I can shake a stick at atm

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  • wsmith0896
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    Gorgeous, gorgeous, and more gorgeous. You did an excellent job.

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  • smitty0312
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    That turned out nice.

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  • NC Scroller
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    The local area churches have banded together to hold a Christmas concert. I was asked to come up with a gift for the 4 music directors involved. The desk plaque is 6"x10". The sheet music pattern was adapted from a recent issue of SSWC. The woods are maple and walnut. Thanks for looking.
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  • John Smith
    Reply to Hello from Central Florida
    by John Smith
    Thanks guys, I have a lot of HDU left over from my sign business in various thicknesses.
    HDU doesn't "fuse" or repair itself under heat or friction. Only acrylics and some PVC materials do that. Depending on what part of the world you are in, you would have to google HDU Distributors...
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  • Jim McDonald
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    by Jim McDonald
    My kids always call me since I am the one who probably did the stuff they are calling about.

    I know it's scary to get that call, but I'm glad to hear the charge exited where it did before it went any further.

    Probably hurts like hell and he has a copper taste in his mouth...
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  • Sandy Oaks
    Reply to Hello from Central Florida
    by Sandy Oaks
    Welcome to the forum from TN. As a Pegas Distributor, Pegas has the Super Skip blades which works perfectly with acrylics at a reduced speed.
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  • Rolf
    Reply to Hello from Central Florida
    by Rolf
    Welcome to the group. I look forward to seeing more of your work. You will probably need to slow down you scroll saw when cutting the urethane on the scroll saw. If the blade gets to hot it will fuse back together.
    I have used the house trim board material which I think is PVC. Where do you purchase...
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  • John Smith
    Reply to Hello from Central Florida
    by John Smith
    thanks for the kind words - I'm not really a scroller "enthusiast", per se. I like to make dimensional signs and have always used the band saw, routers, or Roto-Zip to cut the elements out then do some handcarving to perk them up a bit. I'll put some of my projects in my folder later on....
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