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    Is there a special way to compensate for the fact that on a 'C' arm when cutting a curve or circle the results are skewed because the blade 'see-saws' (attempting the 'Nell Weston'Clock, Issue 12.

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    Re: compound cuts

    Try the same question on www.justwoodworking.com and go to the woodworer forum , then scrool saw. Another great and active wood working board.

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