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Old 04-27-2014, 11:08 AM   #1
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I made these using my scroll saw and my band saw. It is patterned after a local similar piece that is made of metal and about nine feet tall. I have made a number of these using just my scroll saw that are three inches tall. These are six inches tall and made of Mahogany.
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Nicely done. Love the concept.
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Those are so pretty. I have wood that I can go do a little compound cutting. I just ruined a fret work horse and tree. turned out the wood was particle board and not ply wood. It was a door to a cabinet and I thought the frame on it would make it a self framing thing but it didn't work out. I'm mad now so will wait til I cool down before I go back in the shop. your pieces are great! Fay
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Very nicely done Jim. Thanks for sharing these with us.


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Very nice, indeed. I've never done any compound cutting, but those look so good, it makes me want to give it a try. Thanks for the inspiration ( in more ways than one).
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Interesting cross and fish pattern Jim.......well done.
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Nice work!

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Very very nice Jim, that inspires me. Thanks for sharing.
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Very nice cutting. Color is great.
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Nice job Jim. I like the color and finish too.
On a different subject - have you ever done a tutorial on your inlay work used on your boxes? I see you on this forum and whne someone mentions inlay I immediately invision your boxes. I've never done inlay and would love to learn the process. Thanks for your time.
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