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    Hi just stared useing a scroll saw tryed out a few things using wood and aluminium please can you tell me what other materials you use also blades used and any tips.
    I have a small workshop with routers bandsaw sawtable with sliding bed polishing mops etc. I make oneoff dolls houses for people
    Thanks John

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      Some folks do notepads out of paper, some cut metals, some cut corian, you can cut coins and antler. You are only held back by your imagination and the thickness of the project.
      "Still Montana Mike"

      "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
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        I've cut various woods, brass, copper, sterling silver, sticky note pads, and acrylic. I'm sure there are other things, but those are off of the top of my head. Each material has it's own technique, but these forums are a great help when you want to know how to cut something. The chances are that someone here has already tried what you want to do and will be happy to help.

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          Wood includes a very wide variety of solid woods (hard and soft) as well as plywood.
          Scott
          Creator of fine designer sawdust.

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            Hi I did not say I have been working with wood for the last twenty years make furniture shop fitting and bespoke items for my customers but this is the first time i tryed a scroll saw

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