Thanks for the great link
I like this guy already
"Quality is when the customer comes back,not the product."
"Many people make things to sell and do craft shows because it is fun.
They hope to make enough to cover their cost and maybe a little more.Some, but very few, actually make a living.
Enjoy yourself doing scroll sawing.
Buy a new tool from time to time, and go out for a nice dinner from the money you made. But a living?"
"Most scroll saw blades will not cut a straight line, like you do on a band saw.
The blade wants to go to the right, therefore you will notice that you have to push your wood to the left to stay on the line.
This is due to a little burr on the right side of the blade, when in the saw.
Most people think that the blades are stamped.
This is not true.
They are milled.
However, there is still a burr, sometimes more or less.
A brand new cutter will leave less of a burr than one that is wearing out."
And I thought it was me, I can't cut a straight line on a scroll saw and now I know why.
Thanks Darryn and Mike http://www.mikesworkshop.com/Q&A-FP.htm