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Old 01-12-2010, 05:07 AM   #1
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Hi everybody. I started scrolling a few months ago. I have an old (1950's ?) Dunlap cast iron scroll saw that I bought on Craig's List for $25, and I'm enjoying it immensely. I made a bunch of Christmas ornaments with it this year. I'm also using it to cut out carving blanks for my other hobby (whittling). It uses pin-end blades, so I can't do the really small interior cuts that I see in the more advanced patterns, but I'm having fun with simpler stuff.

I'm looking forward to improving my techniques and learning more about the hobby from all of you.
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Welcome to the forum. Just to let you know we love pictures so feel free to post a few!

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Old 01-18-2010, 01:12 PM   #3
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The picture has a scroll saw clock (minus the clock) based on one of Pete DeFrancisco's patterns, a half finished carving of a fat cat, and a 3/4 finished toy train engine.

Every time I use my scroll saw, I am more impressed at what it can do.
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For using an older pin end blade saw you are doing a very nice job. Thanks for sharing and welcome to our online family.
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welcome aboard Brian ,glad to hear you love scrollin,maybe down the road you can try your hand at intarsia. Dave
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