Hello all from The Emerald Isle
I bought my first Scroll Saw last week, A Scheppach Deco 405, and my have started on my second easy project. I am really enjoying it - how time flies when you get stuck into a design. I have a question about drilling insertion holes. I have not got a drill press yet. There are plenty of inexpensive ones around, but at a later stage, when hopefully I get into more delicate designs, I would expect when using a small size bit, thats its important to use a drill that gives an accurate precise hole, and does not wobble about. Does this mean its better to buy a more expensive table drill press, such as the Proxxon TBH !
I fancy trying to combine some mosaic work with scrolled woodwork, but have no clear ideas yet, on what to do, has anybody else combined the two crafts !
I understand that the Flying Dutchman Blades are German made, the ones I have started with are Taifun 50 made by Josef Haunstetter, in Augsburg, Germany. size 11. Possibly not the best for fine work. Has anybody used these !
All suggestions and help welcome