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    Latest bandsaw projects

    Just finished the sliegh and treble clef. The sliegh is cherry and maple. The treble clef is red and white oak. The treble clef turned out to be more hand sanding than I bargained for. Finished them with danish oil. Had fun making them so now it's off to the next item. Heart shaped jewerly box.
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    mighty fine work on those.
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    Beautiful job on both , & I really like the sleigh design yours? If so, very well done!!!....Don't get me wrong, very well done, even if it was from someone elses plan
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    Wow, both look great, Scott!
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    Nice work on those Scott! Looks like ya got that new grizzly tuned up.
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    I like how the cuts were done on the treble clef, very neat design!

    Something like this: http://www.carterproducts.com/band-s...-sanding-belts would probably make the sanding on that a smidge easier None of them would fit my saw though.

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    Like they said, Very nice work Scott
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    Great looking projects, Scott!
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    Oh Scott great projects. I have 7 sleighs i have to make. Would love a plan of directions as to where u got yours. I have dollar store santas that i have to scale sled to match.

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