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  1. hotshot
    11-20-2010 09:49 PM - permalink
    hotshot
    Carl, in a thread many many moons ago, you were playing with the idea of creating a blade guide (I believe this was the thread that also discussed the Diamond Heavy Duty Scrollsaw). I was just curious to know if you ever attempted to create and test that guide.

    -----Randy
  2. Wood Diva
    08-26-2009 01:53 PM - permalink
    Wood Diva
    Hey, remember me? I'm getting ready to get my saws out of retirement and thought I'd come see who was still on line. I've so missed scrolling and can't wait to get back to it. Hope you've been well. As you can probably guess, I've stolen my screen name from a cartoon you sent me.

    Kelly
  3. Randy Skonetski
    08-12-2009 08:12 AM - permalink
    Randy Skonetski
    My e-mail is randyswood960@msn.com, wouldn't mind giving it a try.
    Randy
  4. Cutting Cathy
    07-29-2009 10:22 PM - permalink
    Cutting Cathy
    Hey Carl, just had to try this out!! Lots of fun new things to try!!

    Cathy
  5. CanadianScroller
    07-28-2009 01:34 PM - permalink
    CanadianScroller
    no this is cool
  6. BobD
    07-28-2009 09:11 AM - permalink
    BobD
    Hi Carl. Sending my first visitor message!
    Bob

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  • About CanadianScroller
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    Only thing better than a new tool is wood to use it on.
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    Chilliwack British Columbia, Canada
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    Woodworking, desktop publishings, drawing, writing
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    Civic employee
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    Canadian Scroller
    How many years have you been scrolling?
    Scroll sawing since 1996, I have also done some whittling but no serious carving, except the turkey
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Posted 01-27-2011 at 09:49 PM by CanadianScroller Comments 3
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I started scrolling quite a few years ago.
I live in a townhouse and one of my neighbours, Roy Brown, a retired gentleman came to visit, He asked if I had any hobbies. At the time two of my hobbies were listeing to the Shortwave Radio and playing on the computer.
He informed me they were not "real" hobbies and said he would be right back.
10 minutes later he returned with a Delta 2 speed 16" scrollsaw, some blades, wood and patterns.
We set things up on my...

Posted 09-16-2009 at 08:40 AM by CanadianScroller Comments 1
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I have been asked to design a Cinderella Coach for placing envelopes in at a wedding.
I did some searching and found a few online.

The first is a bit pricey $75,000
But then again it is made of wood and is quite a unique piece.

The next one was much cheaper
A rocking horse. http://woodentoys.com/woodencinderellascoach.aspx
it was only $1100

Still too much.

I know her slipper was supposed to be made of glass, this ice...

Posted 09-14-2009 at 08:54 AM by CanadianScroller Comments 1
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I have been reading about these devices for some time now.
Anyone who has used a bicycle pump will know that when air is compressed it can get quite warm.

Most are not sure just how warm.
How about 800 degrees or more!

Before the invention of the match, there was another way to start fires, the fire piston.
I have seen many designs now and they all work on exactly the same principle.
A pice of charred cloth is placed in a small cavity at the bottom...

Posted 09-10-2009 at 11:27 PM by CanadianScroller Comments 1
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I don't know how many of you have Altoids tins around. They seem to be a handy size for many things. I have one in the car I keep change in. Few people break into cars for mints, yet change seems to attract eyes.

I was surfing one of my favorite sites this evening and I thought I would look up some uses for Altoid tins

The first is a nice paint tray. It could be useful for scrollers.

Next was a little fume extractor, it reminded me of the dust collectors...

Posted 09-09-2009 at 09:03 AM by CanadianScroller Comments 0
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Stumbled upon this site this morning
http://sporkforge.com/imaging/index.php
You can perform some cool effects with these online graphics tools.

Ever want to print an image over several sheets of paper for those REALLY BIG projects.
Here is an online app that will do just that
http://homokaasu.org/rasterbator/

Here is an online image enlarger that claims to maintain the qaulity of the image....no more jaggies
http://reshade.com/ unfortunately...
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