Make a Scroll Saw Portrait

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07-14-2011 10:32 AM by EMVarona | 1 comment »

1. Used two metal parallel arms of the same length. This makes possible a wider range of size variations since the router tray can be moved along a longer distance in relation to the template. Furthermore, lifting the router is easier when moving the stylus to a new position. The earlier version of this router pantograph is found here: 2. One problem noted in the original set up is the tendency for the stylus to twist and spring when the router bit encounters resistance. Wider metal rails solved that problem. 3. I thought of a more secure method of holding the workpiece. The work piece is locke...

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