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    OK I need a little help here. There was a person whom I do not remember but had an invention that was suppose to be useful to us scrollers. At the time that person did not want to divulge this device because they were trying to get a magazine to pay for the invention or jig or something. My question is if this person is reading this how is it going? If anyone remembers the topic and the name maybe we can get hold of them and ask about progress. It has been a few months now and I tried looking back on past topics but have been unable to locate. Thanks for reading.
    John T.

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