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Old 11-20-2013, 12:06 PM   #1
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Default Scroll saw projects also need help

So these are some of the projects ive been making. i would love any critisism trying to get better. also if you would how much would you pay for these things. looking to starts some sort of woodworking business and i feel like i would make enough money but being on here i see my prices i thought to offer were very low. also mostly none of these are finished even the painted ones are very rough.also if you have any advice on how to speed the process up for making and finishing these things. takes me about a day and a half per item to cut out then sand and finish.
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Old 11-20-2013, 12:13 PM   #2
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Here is a tip...How to post a picture to the forum:
I've had several folks tell me they copy and paste this tip into word so they can print it out and keep it by their computer for later reference.

1st open another browser window (or print out these instructions) and open this thread in it so you can read and follow this guideline..

Here is the preferred way to post photos. This method will apply a thumbnail so that messages load faster, keeping those who are still on dial up in mind.

If it is a new thread scroll down below the message box to additional options and look for manage attachments,Click on Manage Attachments, click Browse, find your file name on your computer, click it, then click Upload. It may take a few seconds to load.
Once you see the file name under current attachments you can close the window.
If you want you can Preview Post (a wise choice) then if all is well, click on Submit reply.

If you are uploading a picture to an existing thread (conversation)
Click on the Go Advanced button under the reply box, Click on Manage Attachments, click Browse, find your file name on your computer, click it, then click Upload. It may take a few seconds to load.
Once you see the file name under current attachments you can close the window.
If you want you can Preview Post (a wise choice) then if all is well, click on Submit reply.
Good luck

To re-size your pics if needed there is an awesome freebie out there called irfanview. Easy and free. I've used it for years. irfanview
Here is there tutorial it really is easy...
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ty for the tip i edited so it would be easier
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