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    Jeep - Fiberboard 3mm (1/8 inch )
    This pattern was downloaded for free from (site with CAD models),
    special thanks fo author - trinityscsp
    I made some changes to be able to cut it by scrollsaw.
    Pattern available at
    Alex Fox Patterns

  • #2
    Thanks great video. What camera are you using?
    Why fiber board? This would look great with different color woods.
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    • #3
      Thanks, I use my smartphone camera (xiaomi redmi note 4). I chose fiberboard becase pattern is for 3mm thickness and I didnt find such plywood. Also fiberboard easy to cut and it is quite cheap material.
      Alex Fox Patterns


      • #4
        Very nice looking toy and very impressive cutting.

        I wonder how this would turn out if the plans were enlarged 200% and something like Baltic birch was used for cutting. Hmmmnn.....
        Jim in Mexico

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