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    I think I'm getting stuck in a Zaffino/canine rut ..lol

    This one's 11x4. 1/4inch Finnish birch stacked x2. FD 2/0 spirals.
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    Ian

    Scrolling with a Dewalt 788

  • #2
    Another masterpiece! I've about got my tiger pattern ready for a trial cut and will likely have to use spirals. Hope it turns out as good as your doggie.
    Mike

    Craftsman 16" VS, Puros Indios and Sam Adams!
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    • #3
      Thanks Mike.

      Which tiger pattern are you cutting?

      I'm trying to pluck up the energy/stamina to cut Sue Mey's leopard drinking - but I may do something else first ..lol It's got nearly 1200 holes! That's nearly 5 times as many as this mutt ..
      Ian

      Scrolling with a Dewalt 788

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      • #4
        I've never used spirals. I will someday try it. Doesn't the blade cut wide in corners?
        Diane
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        Owner of a nice 21" Excalibur
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        • #5
          Very nice! I love the dogs, and you did a great job with this one.
          Joel

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          • #6
            Dog-gone that's nice. How long did it take?
            I'm working up to doing my first portrait. I've got to work out the details, (I'm trying to do a pic of my sisters chocolate lab). The only thing I've used spirals for are the good old slanted letters trick. I'd like to do the Easter egg in the latest issue of SSWC. That needs spirals as well.
            Jim

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            • #7
              Ian, thats not a bad thing to get stuck on the way you cut them out.
              Nice work

              Bob
              Delta P-20 & Q-3

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              • #8
                Originally posted by MikeDingas
                I've about got my tiger pattern ready for a trial cut and will likely have to use spirals. Hope it turns out as good as your doggie.
                Mike, nobody says you have to use spirals. I sure wouldn't.

                Ian, great job, even if you did use spirals.

                Diane, you are right. You can't cut tight crisp corners with spirals.
                Mike

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                • #9
                  Thanks for the answer Mike. I might try them one day but I'm not sure what I would like to cut with them.
                  Diane
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                  • #10
                    Ian, that is an excellent cutting. Steve
                    If This HillBilly Can't Fix it Then it Ain't Broke!!!
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                    • #11
                      You did a great job looks really good.

                      Jerry
                      Don't worry be scrolling

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                      • #12
                        Ian, the tiger pattern is my own. I like the way the pattern turned out but I'm having a dickens of a time cutting it! I did find one weak spot during cutting that I'll have to correct in the pattern.

                        I started out trying spirals and continue to have the same problems. Mostly, I struggle getting them secured in the saw. I don't know whether that's a problem with the saw, the blades or me.

                        Anyway, after trying about three frets, I gave up and went back to flat. The spirals weren't giving me the detail I expected anyway. One of the pattern aspects I like is that the fur is 'spiked' rather than just smooth lines. The spiral was just chewing the hell out of 'em.

                        After cuttting for 2 hours my back was screaming at me. I'll pick up again tomorrow. Right now I heading for the massage chair to ease my aching back.

                        Mike, I've tried spirals for the third time and I've got better control over the cut now but still don't like them. Not quite ready to give up on them though.
                        Mike

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                        Scrollin' since Jun/2006

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                        • #13
                          Love the "Mutt" Ian, another great cutting.
                          kevin/pitbull.

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                          • #14
                            Very nice cutting Ian.
                            Chuck D


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