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I need a glue to affix my patterns to the work piece for the scroll saw band saw ect,
after cutting i can peel the pattern off! dose anyone know what i am looking for and where to purchase it. Thanks Bill.
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I use Krylon easy tack repositionable spray adhesive, here's a few comments from people more experienced than me...

elmers spay adhsive

If you can't get your pattern off, try a little heat, mineral spirits, and work very slowly from one edge.

Michaels or some other craft store will probably be your best bet for finding it.

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I need a glue to affix my patterns to the work piece for the scroll saw band saw ect,
after cutting i can peel the pattern off! dose anyone know what i am looking for and where to purchase it. Thanks Bill.
Hi Bill - I don't do scroll work myself but a friend of mine is quite accomplished at it and he uses Elmers spray craft adhesive. Available at Walmart in the craft and fabric department. I've used it myself for bandsaw work once in awhile and it will leave a bit of residue but it comes off easily with mineral spirits or alcohol.
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I have used both the Elmers spray and I have also used their glue sticks. I apply it to the pattern and not the wood.

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I use BLAIR ARTIST MNTG ADHSV 11 oz, it's made just for that job..

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I need a glue to affix my patterns to the work piece for the scroll saw band saw ect,
after cutting i can peel the pattern off! dose anyone know what i am looking for and where to purchase it. Thanks Bill.
The use of glues for bandsaw and scroll saws and that used with a router have different requirements. Routers need to hold a pattern fast and not allow it to move even under side stresses. I would agree with the suggestions above for the router.

Bandsaw and scroll saws don't stress a "pattern" when it is made of paper but the paper is a devil to remove. In the typesetting industry they use a hot wax that is dry strip able to glue up galleys. A good drafting or artist supply store should be able to help. Don't bother with the heater, use a fine-groove tile float and a candle. Heat the float with the candle and run the wax across it and apply like you would tile mastic. It will darken the wax but save you a bunch of bucks.

Hope this helps.

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I know this is an old thread, but I use rubber cement. Rubber cement provides the bond that you need and the pattern easily detaches later. Any residue left over easily rubs away with very little effort.
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