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Recent Forum Topics

50th anniversary

Bragging Rights Today, 11:48 AM
Recently made this for friends anniversary.Pattern is one of Steve Goods.
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Coffee anyone?

Coffee House Today, 10:33 AM
  Good morning, Weekend has finally made it, Thought I would get up and make anyone coffee and or tea. Had a rough week at work, got some of my orders done in the some last night. I think I want to rest today. Hope everyone has a wonderful day today.     Steve
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Pattern by DonR

Bragging Rights Today, 04:15 AM
  This pattern was made for me by DonR. It took me a few try's I kept breaking it. I finally got it done.    Steve
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4 lobe bowl

General Scroll Sawing Today, 12:14 AM
I have another order for a green 4 lobe bowl. I used a piece of the 100 yr old Green Poplar i got from a friend in Tennessee..
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Running Deer

Bragging Rights Today, 12:12 AM
1/8" BBply  Spiral Blade  Edited Grampa pattern. Took me longer to do than it takes Kevin to do 12 or 15 signs.
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Recent Gallery Comments

  • 001small

    jamminjack writes:

    Very well done...

    I am seeing a lot more of the painting embellishment.  I feel it adds so much to the piece.

    Sheila Landry does a lot to promote the painting of scroll pieces.  Hope to see more in the future.

    Thank you for sharing.


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    amazingkevin writes:

    beautiful workmanship


  • IMG 0657

    amazingkevin writes:

    very nice work!


  • Bass Fishing fanatic

    Gordster writes: Very nice, looks like you are going to be a scroll fanatic.both are wonderful pieces.


  • 001small

    amazingkevin writes:

    poetry in motion beautiful workmanship!


  • Last Supper

    lukebee writes:

    incredible


  • Rat Rod

    lukebee writes:

    wow, nice work 


  • Plaque

    LarB writes:

    Very nicely done!


  • Plaque

    amazingkevin writes:

    Good one ,very desirable


  • Plaque

    bobscroll writes:

    Hi Lorenzo, I have to say that is a very neat piece of work you sent out of your Workshop!!!

    Thanks for showing, Bob



Recent Blog Entries

  • Fishman's Photo
    Intersecting Word Art Tutorial - Written (Photoshop)

    Fishman - Mar 09, 2015 05:21 PM

    Ahoy! There seems to be some interest in a written guide for Intersecting Word Art. I don't have much free time, but really like to help give back when I can so I decided to take a stab at this for everybody.I tried to keep it as short and to the point as possible, so if you are unsure of something or need further explanation just let me know. It was made for Photoshop users, but I'm sure can b...

  • drn's Photo
    rookie questions

    drn - Feb 23, 2015 09:08 PM

    can anyone tell me why by s-saw blade turns to the right as sonn as I start to saw. Tension is tight, table level and at 90 degrres to the blade. does a delta 40-694 have a vacuum port to remove dust with my wet/dry vac? I want to know before I purchase one.

  • grosa's Photo
    The making of a 30" fret wolf head. Part 4

    grosa - Feb 15, 2015 11:28 PM

    Hello again. So I finished painting the wolf head. Now I need to apply four coats of clear pre cat lacquer on the front and one coat on the back. Here are some pictures of the paint job. Attached thumbnail(s)

  • grosa's Photo
    The making of a 30" fret wolf head. Part 3

    grosa - Feb 08, 2015 02:37 PM

    In picture 1 the head is primed on both sides. I always do the back as well as the front to keep the MDF balanced so it won't warp. I used whatever was laying around (in this case kills oil base primer).In picture 2 I use a foam backed 320 grit sandpaper to sand the edges,back and face. The reason for the foam back is to prevent the paper from digging in and flattening the corner.In picture 3...

  • grosa's Photo
    The making of a 30" fret wolf head PART 2

    grosa - Jan 31, 2015 04:36 PM

    Hello again. If you watched the video on the inverted pin router you get the idea on how it works. We have 2 pin routers at the shop, one is mine and the other belongs to the company. They are both model 36210 routers. The model 36210 has a 3 phz 10 hp motor with a 36" capacity from arm base to the pin. The collet sizes this machine will accept are: 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 5/8" and 3/4". One of the...

  • grosa's Photo
    The making of a 30" fret wolf head

    grosa - Jan 18, 2015 08:46 AM

    Hello guys,On my posts I show large scale work and I mention templates to cut cutting templates to cut on a pin router. I realize some of you might not know what all that means so, I decided to do this blog to show you what has to happen to create a large scale wall art. It would be nice to just cut it out on the scroll saw but I am limited to 26" on my RBI. You all know what that's like. So I...

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