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    Basement Finished Some Scroll Time, Finally

    My two latest projects.

    Spirit of the Wind:
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    Rocky Mountain High:
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    Great stuff Paul

    I'm amazed at the detail you get.
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    Two more beauties, Paul!!! You really do great work!
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    You are creating some amazing pieces, Paul.

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    Beautiful pieces Paul!

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    It is amazing what you do with a scroll saw - beautiful

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    Paul you have really found your calling. These are really great. What size blades are you using to cut these? What saw do you have?
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    Thank you all for the nice comments.


    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Baugues View Post
    Paul you have really found your calling. These are really great. What size blades are you using to cut these? What saw do you have?
    The blade I use over 90% of the time is the Flying Dutchman, 3/0 New Spiral blade. It is the smallest spiral blade available. For picture type scrolling I have an Excalibur 21". It is a great saw.
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    Paul, that's wonderfully detailed work. Very nice art work as well.

    Bill

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    C'mon Paul, admit it. You've really got a CNC laser engraver, right? There's no way a scroll saw operator could produce that kind of detail.

    Beautiful work, man. I agree with Tom...this is definitely your forte. Your scroll work is in a class by itself.
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