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I cut this on a Dewalt DW 788 scrollsaw. The pattern is modified from a Mike Williams pattern. It is about 8"x11" and I stack cut 2 of them at the same time out of 1/4" Baltic Birch and mounted them on a 1" pine board stained True Black. Thanks for looking, and I hope enjoy seeing it.

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Great picture and great scrolling. I have never used black stain, will have to give it a try.
 

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Great picture and great scrolling. I have never used black stain, will have to give it a try.

- PaulDoug
Thanks, Paul. The True Black is a Winwax stain that does a great job on pine and poplar.When using it as backing mounting for Baltic Birch you have to be very careful to make sure that it perfectly dry. If it bleeds onto oiled BB it is near impossible to get it out. Don't ask me how I know.
 

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Can you hear them purr? Awesome work. Without the backer they would be prime time for wood flakes.

Thanks for sharing.

I love my DeWalt scroller, not anywhere near as well as you do yours I bet.
 

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Can you hear them purr? Awesome work. Without the backer they would be prime time for wood flakes.

Thanks for sharing.

I love my DeWalt scroller, not anywhere near as well as you do yours I bet.

- therealSteve
Steve, I love mine a lot more after I tore it down and repacked the bearing with synthetic grease and replaced the blade clamps with Pegas clamps. I was unimpressed with how little, and how bad the bearing grease was. When I put it all back together it had less vibration,etc than it did when it was brand new.
Keep on scrolling!
 
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