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    I'm looking for information on scrolling coins, such as what blades would you use? I have seen this done in person, and the coins were being cut by hand, I guess using a jewelers saw. Anyone out there do this or tried it before?

    Bill
    Bill

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    Hi Bill

    You might find this thread useful.

    Gill
    There is no opinion, however absurd, which men will not readily embrace as soon as they can be brought to the conviction that it is readily adopted.
    (Schopenhauer, Die Kunst Recht zu Behalten)

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    • #3
      Gill,
      Thanks for the reply, I did a google search and didn't find alot, however I did find one interesting site and have emailed them with my questions and others.
      Waiting on a reply.... its a interesting site with a lot of displyed work and prices, worth a look.

      http://internationalcutcoins.com/index.cfm

      Bill
      Bill

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      aut viam inveniam aut faciam

      God gives us only what we can handle.. Apparently God thinks I am one tough cookie.....

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      • #4
        Cutting Coins

        Hi Bill,

        I have a post on this site about cutting coins. It will be on page 2 or three by now. I think it is cutting coins .51 cents worth or something like that. Check it out. There is a book by Dave Freeman called " Scrollsawing Coins, Glass, Metals & More. Mr. Freeman explains what blades to use, how to cut the coins and even gives instructions for making a coin holder for use to secure the coins while cutting. You can find this book at Woodcraft stores and most places that sell woodworking books. I purchased mine for $19.95 USA and it is worth every penney. Lots of good information in there for scrollers that want to use something besides wood. I have used a coin cuttin blade from Mike who sells the FD blades. I think it was the FD-RB 2/0 or No.1 .(Flying Dutchman Round Back) . Contact Mike and see what he recommends and he will send you some samples. Be sure and get the book by Dave Freeman and if I can be of help just give me an e-mail. You are going to enjoy the new hobby. Good luck.

        James (HUntsville, TX.)
        Last edited by JamesHuntsville; 11-24-2005, 11:26 PM.

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        • #5
          Hi James,

          Thanks for the info. I will for sure look into the book by Mr. Freeman, I know a jig to hold those coins would be a plus rather cutting by hand or with a scroll saw.

          I'm having a blast working with wood, but thought it would be interesting to give it a try with coins also.

          The site I listed prior to this post has a Texas coin like the one in your mentioned thread...sells for $25.00.

          Thanks again.
          Bill
          Bill

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          aut viam inveniam aut faciam

          God gives us only what we can handle.. Apparently God thinks I am one tough cookie.....

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          • #6
            don't put this one in the collection plate

            I know cutting coins with a scroll saw would be a challenge and lots of fun.
            I was browsing online one day and came upon this image.
            There were no details on how it was done.
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            CAЯL HIRD-RUTTEЯ
            "proud member of the best scroll sawing forum on the net."
            Ryobi SC180VS scroll saw EX21

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            • #7
              Sale on the book that James mentioned. I got it on James' recommendation, it's GREAT

              Originally posted by JamesHuntsville
              Hi Bill,

              I have a post on this site about cutting coins. It will be on page 2 or three by now. I think it is cutting coins .51 cents worth or something like that. Check it out. There is a book by Dave Freeman called " Scrollsawing Coins, Glass, Metals & More. Mr. Freeman explains what blades to use, how to cut the coins and even gives instructions for making a coin holder for use to secure the coins while cutting. You can find this book at Woodcraft stores and most places that sell woodworking books. I purchased mine for $19.95 USA and it is worth every penney.
              James (HUntsville, TX.)
              PS Wood has it on sale for $10.95 plus $5.50 for shipping. About half way down the page on the left.

              http://www.pswood.com/home.php?cat=2...ction=0&page=2

              Clem

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