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Jim Finn Jim Finn is offline

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  1. dwssr2
    11-25-2013 09:41 PM - permalink
    hi Jim,,,thanks for your reply to my post,,,i think you like your advice better than the others,,,i was thinking that the 14 " will be enough for most projects,,,aslo the hegner product is well designed and works well,,probably much better quality than the others. thanks

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  • About Jim Finn
    Lubbock Texas
    Wood working, ballroom dancing, leather tooling
    Retired construction forman
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Posted 08-28-2010 at 03:05 PM by Jim Finn Comments 0
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I have been making and selling these coin banks that I have cut with my scroll saw. One of the photos here shows the door at the bottom of a boot bank that is used to access the coins.

Posted 08-28-2010 at 02:56 PM by Jim Finn Comments 0
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I have been making and selling small boxes, mostly of cedar with scroll saw cut decorations on them and some boxes made into other than square shapes that I cut on my scroll saw.

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