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I've just started scrolling and I love it. Heres a few of my projects.
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Chris,
I have been wanting to do scrolling, I have looked at videos then I have been looking at which scroll saw to buy ,cud be frustrating, then price wow, finally decided that I would get the dewalt so I have been working towards the cost but procrastinating.

Now you have motivated me today with you post... You did good , the projects are well done. How much practice did you have?

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I have been wanting to do scrolling, I have looked at videos then I have been looking at which scroll saw to buy ,cud be frustrating, then price wow, finally decided that I would get the dewalt so I have been working towards the cost but procrastinating.

Now you have motivated me today with you post... You did good , the projects are well done. How much practice did you have?

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I have been wanting to do scrolling, I have looked at videos then I have been looking at which scroll saw to buy ,cud be frustrating, then price wow, finally decided that I would get the dewalt so I have been working towards the cost but procrastinating.

Now you have motivated me today with you post... You did good , the projects are well done. How much practice did you have?

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Thanks Tom. I decided on the DeWalt saw as well. Found one on Craigslist for $200 with a stand. I just added a foot pedal and light. These projects were my practice projects, I really don't have any experience
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