Bob Duncan

Bob Duncan is the Technical Editor of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts and Woodcarving Illustrated. He began woodworking at a young age, and started carving when he was in high school. He also administers both magazine's message boards and web sites.

Find more articles and books by Bob Duncan at www.foxchapelpublishing.com

Articles by Bob Duncan

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Dremel Multi-Max

Dremel's Multi-Max combines a triangular sanding pad (perfect for getting into nooks and crannies) with an oscillating saw and scraper system.
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Alpha Jack Clamps

The basic premise of the Alpha Jack Clamp is similar to an ordinary quick-grip clamp: you tighten the clamp using a ratcheting pistol-grip style handle. But the tightening action is where the similarities end....
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Hawk G4 Scroll Saw

The Hawk G4 combines size, power, and a choice of blade-feeding methods....
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Behind the Scenes

I recently returned from the Dallas Scroll Saw Picnic. It was fascinating for me to meet potential authors in person....
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Excalibur EX-30 Scroll Saw

The Excalibur EX-30 is one of the largest saws on the market. The generous 30" throat means you can cut projects up to 30" long without using spiral blades. The EX-30 is also capable of cutting wood up to 2" thick....
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Texas Scroll Saw Picnic

Spending a weekend with other scrollers who share your excitement for the art recharges your passion for scrolling....
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In The Best Light - Photographing Your Artwork

Affordable tips and techniques for better quality photos...
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Guinevere Sanding System

The Guinevere Sanding System by King Arthur Tools claims to be the smallest inflatable sanding drum. What the tool lacks in size it more than makes up for in power....
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