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Old 12-18-2013, 06:10 PM   #1
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Default Ahhh Haaaaa,,, I've finally got a nice bowl cut out.

It's a Steve Good pattern and I could not get to sleep last night so played with the poly draw thing and couldn't make heads or tails of it and I looked on Steve's site and found a couple of nice bowls. I cut this one out and the sides are matching up real nice and I'm happy because it won't take a lot of sanding. It is not glued up as yet and the paper pattern is still on it. Tomorrow I will get the sides glued up and then the next day will sand it and then glue up the bottom and later put the finish on it. I'm happy with this one and yessss,,, I just love using the table tilt on my saw. Enjoy Fay
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Looks real good.

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nice bowl Fay, we got a saying here, Will it hold water ?
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It'll hold air for sure. So happy with this bowl. Thanks ,,, Fay
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Great start! Knew you could do it!
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Good job on that Fay. Congratulations on leveling up your scroll saw skill.
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Thanks every one,, still got a lot to learn yet and I'm sure there will be a lot of new things in the future. There are things I want to try such as the inlay and compound cutting and all that stuff. So lots to learn yand try yet. I still have my shuttle box to finish up yet and that little tray to finish up and also that picture frame I was working on so a number of unfinished projects to do yet. When ever I see some thing new, I just want to jump in and try it. I'm thinking about either getting an angle guage or make one that is on the Steve Good site and see how that will work. Other wise I have to look under the table to see what angle I have it set at. I don't like that about my saw. Any time I had to stop the saw for what ever reason, I checked the angle with that scrap piece of wood that I used to set it. Just went real slow as the rings are 1/4" and I was afraid the blade was going to mess it up. Gave myself a huge pat on the back... Now gotta get the coffee ready for morning and then I'm going to hit the sack. Have a great night every one.... Fay
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Don't be afraid to angle your table. It's easier than you think to square it back up... I do it all of the time....
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Not afraid of it at all, I have to angle it to get the lower clamp on the lower arm when I change blades. After watching Carole's videos then I was afraid that the wood would slip from my grasp and get ruined, but I was able to hold onto it just as if the table was flat. Just went down to turn on the heat in the shop and then when it is light enough I'll go glue up the bowl and get it in the bowl press and I can get that shuttle box done and maybe work on the picture frame I was making for placemats. Need to get a few things done before I start a new project. Have a great day Fay
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That one looks really good Fay.
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