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I decided to try a new technique that I saw on Steve Good's website. It is scroll saw vases. Here is my first attempt.

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Very nice Jack. But you might explain how you get them from a scroll saw. Maybe one ring at a time?




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Yes, they are concentric rings that are stacked in the reverse order of cutting.

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Very nice, good show.

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There is also a book by Carole Rothman that explains how to make bowls, vases and jars with the scrollsaw.

It is well written and can quickly become addictive.

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I read something about her in one of my magazines.

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Very interesting result Jack! I like it

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Yes, they are concentric rings that are stacked in the reverse order of cutting.

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yes, Mark Duginski? does the same thing on the band saw for cutting bowl blanks.


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