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  • workin for wood
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    I tried that years ago...tried to speed things up on a fretwork pattern I was doing and it was not good. The project was 1/2" walnut, the rotozip burned the wood and I couldn't sand it out.

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  • LouF
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    Yes very true Mike there was not much detail to what he was doing it just looked strange this guy was a Lowes showing off the tool. Anyway just something different..

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  • MikeDingas
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    For less detailed work I guess it works. I doubt you'll find a JZ pattern being cut with a rotory tool.

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  • LouF
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    Hi guys I seen something new today well new to me. This guy was scroll cutting a pattern out on 3/8 baltic birch the lone wolf pattern I have seen all over the internet. What was new to me or different was what he was using to do the cutting. He was using a RotoZip type spiral saw. he was cutting fast and it came out nice. Well just something to think about..

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