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    I am thinking about getting my wife a scroll saw for Christmas. I have a question about selling your completed work. Are there any general rules about selling a piece of work based on some image you found in a magazine, the Internet or wherever. Do I have to worry about copyright infringement, etc. Are most patterns found in scrollsaw magazines available for public use as one sees fit.

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    Re: Selling your work

    You can make anything you want from patterns you find in books, magazines etc. Just don't makes copies and sell them.
    What scroll saw are you going to buy? I like my Hegner but there are many for lower prices. The Delta P-20 seems to be a very good saw. I have seen on different forums that they like the DeWalt but at the same time, also complains about it.
    A very good beginner saw is the Delta 16' variable speed.

    SD Mike


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      Re: Selling your work

      I am thinking of the Delta SS350LS for her since she is just starting out. I thought that if we both like scrolling, we could upgrade later. I am working on making furniture right now myself but I also thought we could incorporate the scroll saw into my work and visa versa. She also likes painting and more fine detail work.


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        Re: Selling your work

        You mean this one:

        That is avery good saw. It is heavier than the 16' and has less vibration. I'm sure that both of you will get a lot of pleasure out of it. Your wife painting and scroll sawing, sure is a very nice commination.
        Email me if you need any information about blades.
        Mike M
        SD Mike


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