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florida scroller
florida scroller
Member - Level 2
Last Activity: 04-21-2018, 08:47 PM
Joined: 07-31-2010
Location: Florida
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  • florida scroller
    replied to Cleaning Table
    The table on my DW788 although cast aluminum I believe, is stained, probably forever, but is slick as glass. I avoid further rust by applying a goodly amount of Johnson's Paste Wax and leaving it to dry. When I come back to make more sawdust I apply a little more and polish her up. Stained but slip...
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  • florida scroller
    replied to Creative Station
    Thank you. I have 3M Super 77 and had an interesting experience when I cut a puzzle with a pattern last week. After spraying the wood I picked up the picture and laid it on cardboard to spray the back of it. Seems the spot chosen to lay it on the cardboard was covered with adhesive from the over...
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  • florida scroller
    started a topic Creative Station

    Creative Station

    Before allowing my scroll saw to take an extended vacation I bought a Xyron Creative Station after reading recommendations here. It remains unused but now that my scrolling juices are beginning to rise the station has come to mind. I searched and read many comments but still have a question or two....
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  • florida scroller
    replied to Confused
    The worst that can happen is you cut a puzzle that doesn't lock in places. I have done that from the first puzzle and it still happens on occasion but this is for fun, not for money. At least that is my situation. I have gotten better. Expect to mess up a little and you will most likely get the...
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  • florida scroller
    replied to Puzzle Template
    Fred and Don - Thank you! I found the ones at Arpop and downloaded them. I much prefer the wild go anywhere freehand that I've done before but this one turned out ok. I used the 8x10 and found my lack of line following made this easy project a tad challenging for me but my better half says it turned...
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    Last edited by florida scroller; 04-18-2018, 10:21 AM.

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  • florida scroller
    replied to Puzzle Template
    Duh! Found it! It was right under my nose all the time on the Scrollsawer site. Shoulda looked here first....
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  • florida scroller
    started a topic Puzzle Template

    Puzzle Template

    Help! I've cut puzzles but have never used a template. Everything has been wild and freehand. Now a friend wants a puzzle of a photo but wants a template cut puzzle for his kids. I'm stumped Where do you find them? I've searched online and everything seems to say "send us money!" or...
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  • florida scroller
    started a topic My old yeller saw

    My old yeller saw

    My old DeWalt Type 1 is near and dear to me. After cleaning it up and preparing to cut a few puzzles requested by family and friends I've begun to think how much enjoyment it has given me. It's not the most used but has seen a lot of use. With a serial number of 89292 I figure it was manufactured in...
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  • florida scroller
    replied to Cleaning Table
    My old DeWalt saw has been ignored for about a year. Last night I went out and dusted it off only to find big rusty spots. Apparently something had been piled on top of the table and left to ferment or something. I used 180 grit sandpaper on my random orbit sander and cleaned it up. The stain is...
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