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This is my first attempt at scrollsaw projects. A monkey puzzle from Scrollsaw magazine. Pretty cool for the Grand kids.
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Hi Mike

That's cool, guess what I'm going to make also ,thanks got a pattern ?

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Nice work!
BTW, my BIL wants to know how you got his picture.
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This is my first attempt at scrollsaw projects. A monkey puzzle from Scrollsaw magazine. Pretty cool for the Grand kids.
Great 1st attempt, Mike.

I would hate to drop it and have to put it back together....

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Thanks all.
It was easier than I thought it might be.
Made it with some 3/4" poplar.
Here's the scan Bob. The big monkeys' nose isn't cut all the way. It's just a kerf running most of the way,
stopping short of making the full cut.
1/16" drill for the little guys' eyes and 1/8" for the big muthas eyes.
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AWESOME Mike, you always find the neatest stuff to make
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one of the wood magazines had a barnyard puzzle over the holidays... very neat...
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Thanks all.
It was easier than I thought it might be.
Made it with some 3/4" poplar.
Here's the scan Bob. The big monkeys' nose isn't cut all the way. It's just a kerf running most of the way,
stopping short of making the full cut.
1/16" drill for the little guys' eyes and 1/8" for the big muthas eyes.



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