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    Do any of you have your scroll saw with you at a show?
    Do you demonstrate, make things to sell then, or what?

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    Re: Selling your work at shows

    Some have their scrollsaws with them and some don't. Some demostrate their saws and some don't. Depends on the individual. Sorry couldn't help more. What I have seen at woodworking shows, more just have there items they made for sell.

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      Re: Selling your work at shows

      More than not have their saws with them for a few reasons and I am one that does not. It takes too much time to scroll and try to sell things. You will find more people stopping and asking questions than buying. I rather try to put my energy in selling my product. Plus it can be a hassle with the power thing.
      John T.

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