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    I am fairly new to scroll sawing, and have been asked by a client to scroll a Vought 4-7E Corsair II airplane. I have never done this before so I was hoping that someone on here has. I have attached the picture that I am supposed to scroll out. If some one could please give me some ideas or tips on how to do this I would greatly appreciate it.

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  • #2
    There are several MSN free pattern sites, which do require you to join but may very well already have the pattern your looking for, or one of the members could help you out.

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    • #3
      kmonkey, not supposed to post websites on here. Send me a PM and I can tell you of a website to go to. This guy is very good at what he does and can make you a pattern from a picture. He does charge for his time though. Just click on my name in the upper left corner to send me a PM if you are interested.
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      • #4
        You may have problems getting a decent pattern from that image. I'd ask if another image of the same aircraft would suffice and go find one at the sites recommended.

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