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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 03-21-2007, 10:46 PM Thread Starter
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Default Scroll sawn Shell Box and Scroll saw Wood Portraits

These are a few of my scroll saw projects.

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Excellent scroll work buddy. You do nice work Jack. Thanks fpr posting the pics. What scroll saw do you use?

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That is just great... You really do NICE work!

How thick are your panels?

Thank you for sharing.

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You are an artist Jack. Beautiful work.

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Thanks Corey,
I use a DeWalt DW788.
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Thanks Joe, I use 1/8" baltic birch for portraits.

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Thanks George.
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scrollwolf, I just now saw for the first time your post. What awesome artistry! I am very, very impressed with your skill and creativity!

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Thanks mftha for appreciating my work. I really enjoy making my own patterns and then creating projects from them.

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Hello Jack, excellent job! You do awesome work buddy. I really like that box but they all look great. Thanks for sharing the pics with us. Best regards! Paul
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