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    Cool New to the scroll saw side of the site.

    New to this side of the forum but not new to the site as have been loving the toy making pages.
    Just got a new scroll saw so having fun playing with it [Dewalt] and trying to find out where I fit in to this new adventure. LOL
    Here's what I have tried so far.
    The old man is what I finished up today.
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    Really nice work, htl. Way above my skill level. Thanks for sharing. How long have you been scrolling?



    Brian

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    Quote Originally Posted by homey View Post
    Really nice work, htl. Way above my skill level. Thanks for sharing. How long have you been scrolling?



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    homey I had gotten back into wood working about 5 years ago and had bought a Harbor Freight scroll saw and used it for my model building a little till it died.
    Here's what I made for my first true scroll project. 2015



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    Now having the Dewalt it's a lot better can change the blades faster, from minutes to seconds. LOL
    I'm still getting a feel for scroll sawing but have to do all my work from a chair, that's why I'm doing all the small stuff.
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    Beautiful work. A lot of what you do would possibly fit under the Intarsia umbrella I think. Maybe you should put some of those here as looking at the posts there it is a very slow forum and might give it a lift.
    Whether you are toymaking or scrollsawing you are very talented in what you produce.
    I don't believe we are able to get the DeWalt units out here but I may be wrong. Is this like what you have?
    Dallas

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    Top job looks good and reinforces the need for a quality scroll saw to do intricate cuts.

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    Good morning htl. Your work is outstanding and should encourage others to follow you. What I find most outstanding is that you are restricted to a chair as you put it. I am not restricted except for to many birthdays but what an out standing opening scrolling is for those who have had to take a change in life for one reason or another. If only those who are in need would just look into what a scroll saw can do for them especially those who have been into wood work and now find they have to give it up.

    I agree with Tree Change that the forum has gone to sleep. What a shame. Yes it does need a shot in the arm other wise it will be lost.

    John

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    Beautiful Scrollsaw Art Bruce.
    Youíve certainly taken to this extremely quickly and well sir.
    Cheers Peter

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