Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'scrollsaw'

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Scrollsawing #1: Tricking out your Scrollsaw

01-11-2021 05:27 PM by Gary Lucas | 0 comments »

I have made a YouTube video covering several changes I have made to my scrollsaws to increase to enjoyment of these saw for myself and my students. It can be viewed at:

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Heron intarsia #1: Heron (Day 1)

12-21-2018 06:34 PM by Woodenmadedesigns | 1 comment »

A little late to start a Xmas present but there were too many other projects getting in the way. This may end up being a Valentines present by the time I’m finished but I’m sure my wife will understand. Credit to Judy Roberts for the plans. I just started this today and will hopefully post regularly as progress is made. Thanks in advance for your comments.

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Scrolling Kolten's Name

05-15-2018 12:59 PM by BriarBranchWoodworks | 1 comment »

This is a video that I made of me scrolling my grandson’s name. I really enjoyed the scrollsaw project as well as making the video. I hope you guys like it. View on YouTube

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North America Woodworking Clubs Directory

09-22-2016 05:56 PM by thegringoww | 1 comment »

Hello again, For the past several months I have been working on this project of compiling all the woodworking, woodturning, woodcarving, and scrollsaw clubs located in North America. Compiling this list took me a lot of personal time, and my hope is that it will benefit all of my fellow woodworkers. I believe this list is the most comprehensive list on the internet to date. I would like to extend an invitation to anyone that would like to be added to this list to contact me. I have ...

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Gift to Gabrielle #1: Letter G Bandsaw Box for Gabrielle

09-19-2016 12:18 PM by HeinrichsFit | 2 comments »

This will be my first bandsaw box that I have every made. Besides the one test box that I made. I am making this for my girlfriend Gabrielle, and I can’t wait to finish it. It is a surprise and she doesn’t really know my capabilities. This box is roughly 8” tall, 8” wide, and 4” deep This is what it looks like as of today 9/18/2016… 11-20-16 it is finally completed

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My Journey As A Creative Designer - Woodworking and Beyond #1617: Change

09-08-2015 11:28 AM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 3 comments »

With the Labor Day weekend behind us, we realize that summer is coming to a close. Things are already changing. The mornings are darker and the night air is cooler. Before long summer will be a memory and it will be a new season. Autumn is upon us. I know that I say this every year, but it went by much too quickly. Perhaps it is because our winter here was so long and brutal. I remember driving to Halifax in mid-April and still seeing piles of snow on the ground that hadn't melted. I...

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Woodworking on a Half-Shoestring #5: Pennysaver Acquisition: Delta Belt/Disc Sander & Scroll Saw

10-02-2014 10:38 PM by retired_guru | 2 comments »

This past week I picked up a couple of older power tools that look to have great promise. The first is a Delta Model 31-460 Type 2 Belt/ Disc Sander. The other a Delta Model 40-530 Scroll Saw. I spend about an hour cleaning up and adjusting the sander. It runs well, but as you can see from the photos it needs some cleaning up in areas where surface rust has formed. The miter and ledge are in fine working over. The sanding belt needs to be replaced. From the v-shaped groove in the stop, I w...

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My Journey As A Creative Designer - Woodworking and Beyond #1187: Doing Something for Myself - "Reaching for the Stars" Tree Topper

12-09-2013 12:35 PM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 7 comments »

As a “professional designer” and a craft person, it seems as if I am always creating things for someone else. Be it the magazine, items to sell, or gifts to others, it has been somewhat of a struggle for me to be able to justify taking some time to make some fun projects that I want to keep for myself. Especially at this time of year. But when I changed over my little “all season” tree to a Christmas theme last week, I noticed that I didn’t have any type of s...

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A new Scrollsaw Medium - Vinyl LP's!

11-05-2013 12:36 AM by KnotCurser | 9 comments »

A while ago I was asked to make a scrollsaw portrait of Michael Jackson for a person who loved music, so I thought about the idea of using a vinyl record as the actual medium for the cutting. I had NO idea how this would work, so I first did a couple of practice pieces. First, a 1 to 1 scale cutting of an old cassette tape – kind of ironic, eh? Then I decided to do a Beatle’s cutting using the entire record (don’t worry, the label is a fake ;-) The v...

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Scroll Saw Forum #7: Scroll Saw Cutting for Beginners, Video Set

09-21-2013 07:08 PM by TripleB | 2 comments »

I just completed a set of two video’s to help out the newbies to scroll sawing. The video series includes a printable “Cutting Guide” that can be used for practice cutting and covers most of the different types of cuts that will be performed on a scroll saw. Part 1 goes over the basics of pattern application, wood preparation and some insight on how to drill straight holes as well as preventing tear out during the drilling process. I recommend that everyone watch the part on preventing tea...

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