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    Ordered a 'new' tool yesterday

    Well,
    technically I just got a new part for my scrollsaw, but without the new wrench I can't change the blades on my saw. Stopped in a the local tool vendor and he is placing the order for me. I should be back and scrolling by next weekend.
    The older Delta VS saw I have uses the this funky two pronged allen wrench to release the lower blade mount.
    -Ned

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ned Bulken View Post
    Well,
    technically I just got a new part for my scrollsaw, but without the new wrench I can't change the blades on my saw. Stopped in a the local tool vendor and he is placing the order for me. I should be back and scrolling by next weekend.
    The older Delta VS saw I have uses the this funky two pronged allen wrench to release the lower blade mount.
    Good to hear Ned. Soon you well be back working as a master craftsman.

    How is the new happy married life treating you.

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    just peachy ken,
    we just 'celebrated' 5 months of wedded bliss. next month she's getting roses and a nice dinner w/out the kids.
    -Ned

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ned Bulken View Post
    just peachy ken,
    we just 'celebrated' 5 months of wedded bliss. next month she's getting roses and a nice dinner w/out the kids.
    Roses? Well, at only five months, we can forgive you.
    But too much of that sort of thing makes the rest of us guys look bad.
    Seriously, that is great. Never stop. Congratulations.

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    Ned,

    Any pics of the scroll saw....and some projects?

    Congrats on the wedding...

    Greg

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    Yes, congradulations on the wedding. If you are anything like me you will be having a little one running around soon. (What can I say, it was a very rainy honeymoon).

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    Thanks all,


    from the happy day!

    we have three handsome boys already, and no plans to augment them with any younger sibs. The timing would be just a bit late; The LOML had James 19 yrs ago, Adam 13 yrs ago and Patrick 7 yrs ago.

    SO, while we'd have the spacing just about right, we think three is the lucky number. thank you very much.
    -Ned

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Cook View Post
    Ned,

    Any pics of the scroll saw....and some projects?

    Congrats on the wedding...

    Greg




    there's the saw and my summer solution to no woodworking space.

    As for projects,

    that's an example of some names I used to scroll a bunch of. my former employer used to use alpha codes for our AS400 computer sign ons. Mine was BULKE.
    Last edited by Ned Bulken; 12-10-2006 at 11:55 PM.
    -Ned

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    and... would you believe that I only just got to pick up the wrench on friday? I haven't gotten the saw out of storage yet, though I might today, I'm itching to get some scrolling in.
    -Ned

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    Ned,

    Nice... and a great looking shop! Bet it makes it very relaxing to work outdoors, and with a nice view.

    Greg

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