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New here anyway.. I have an older dremel that I've managed to modify enough to make it useful and to cut fairly square.

Mostly I use it for small parts and a few decorative items here and there. I did stock up on 1/4" walnut and maple stock from csmdeals88 on the e and bay site.. Nice material to work with..

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New here anyway.. I have an older dremel that I've managed to modify enough to make it useful and to cut fairly square.

Mostly I use it for small parts and a few decorative items here and there. I did stock up on 1/4" walnut and maple stock from csmdeals88 on the e and bay site.. Nice material to work with..

Your posts are valued here ,Keep coming back friend.

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I don't have a picture of it, but one of my favorite things I've made with the scroll saw was a small wooden clip to fasten a jewelers loup to my dad's glasses when he lost the sight in one eye and the other he can barely see from.

I don't have a lot of pictures of things I've made with the scroll saw as most are small parts that fit other things, but as a consolation prize here's the saw, stand and some of the modifications I guess.

The stand is made from legs that were intended for my workbench, but they didn't quite fit so I remade them and saved them which became the scroll saw stand legs..tenon and mortises and all..

http://i1160.photobucket.com/albums/q490/atheola/IMG_20160701_074042_1.jpg

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 Jerry,  I would also like to take the time to welcome you into our large world wide family of scrollers. I will also suggest that you take the time to explore all the nooks and crannies here because there are a lot of interesting and helpful things to see and learn. Tons of free patterns to download and cut should you wish to do so.. I hope you make the effort to log on often and explore the forum, everyone learns a lot from it and there are so many other helpful and fun things that lay within it's structures...

 

 

Dick

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