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    Been doing some scratching????

    Making a tool again this time its a beading tool or scratch stock. Decided for a change to do a little pdf write up rather than post the ton of pictures here.

    Take a look and if you like download the pdf and make your a copy or your own version. Really great fun and cheap..

    The more i do it the more i get into it and enjoy it. Stu i am forever greatful to you for getting me back to myself and my old days before i came to Canada. Your tool making led me to get back to enjoy making my own tools again.

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    Last edited by Brent Dowell; 09-02-2010 at 10:57 PM.
    cheers

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    its the thought that counts rob we know you tried to show us the idea...
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    There you go Rob! See if that works for you.
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    NOW thats a great idea Rob that could be put in the tutorial section i think!!1
    well done
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    Yup, Great job on the tutorial Rob. Nicely thought out!
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    Well done indeed. I'm going to have to order some of those blades for a project I have on my list.

    Thanks Rob!
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    Nice job on the PDF Rob.

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    Real nice job Rob. I really want to give it a try
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    Great Job Rob! Very well presented and well explained. I like this idea and will keep it handy......looks like a great weekend project.

    Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    ...that could be put in the tutorial section i think!!...
    Done deal.
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