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81. Pecker's: Scroll Saw Christmas Ornaments
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82. Pecker's: Compound Christmas Ornaments For The Scroll Saw
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83. Marc Adams School Of Woodworking Cindy Stewart
Marc Adams School Of woodworking, Whiteland Indiana, Largest Wood Working The scroll saw is a fantastic and safe way to get started in woodworking.
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STATUS; ELECTIVE (masters) Fretwork is fun and challenging. Students in this week long class will have an opportunity to experience building the wonders of the world by selecting one of the many great fretwork masterpieces such as the Eiffel tower, a Roman Cathedral or even the great Dome Clock. Cindy will demonstrate the basics of fretwork, design, and construction of large detailed structures as well as cutting and assembling the intricate pieces associated with museum quality fretwork, how to join pieces together, ways to make jigs and fixtures that assist with the cutting of compound angles, and even how to cut mortise and tenons with the scroll saw. There will be a discussion on the use of alternative materials, mechanisms, mechanical movements, finishing, and lighting to make your piece truly unique. Through out the week students will develop the foundation and skills necessary to build these large fret sawn projects.
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87. Shopsmith - Frequently Asked Questions - Scroll Saw (Teal)
Shopsmith woodworking Tools. The Shopsmith scroll Saw is an incrediblyversatile tool The Shopsmith scroll Saw is one of the safest and easiestto-use
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The Shopsmith Scroll Saw is one of the safest and easiest-to-use of all our tools…and that makes it the best tool for introducing your family to one of today's most satisfying and rewarding pastimes, The Joys of Woodworking! With unlimited project opportunities, it's easy to see why scroll sawing has been gaining in popularity at such a rapid rate since the mid 1980's. Let the Shopsmith Scroll Saw lead you to the fun! The variable-speed Shopsmith Scroll Saw is delicate enough to saw thin veneers, inlays, intricate fretwork or mother-of-pearl…yet powerful enough to slice through brass, bone, plastics and hard or soft woods up to a full 2-inches thick with amazing ease! Its special blade blocks hold all 5-inch, plain end fret saw or jigsaw blades from 1/4-inch wide down to super-fine blades for intricate details.

88. Shopsmith - Accessory Catalog - Special Purpose Tools - Scroll Saw
Shopsmith woodworking Tools. The Shopsmith scroll Saw is one of the safestand easiestto-use of all stationary power tools and that s what makes it
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89. Scroll Saw Basics - Book Review:by Steve Garbini
Title scroll Saw Basics Author Patrick Spielman Publisher Sterling PublishingCo., Inc. scroll Saw Basics was both an enjoyable and informative read.

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: Patrick Spielman
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ISBN: 0-8069-7224-6 When the folks at the Woodworkers Website Association asked me to review Patrick Spielman's book titled Scroll Saw Basics, I initially declined since I knew precious little about scroll sawing. That's when they said I would be perfect for the job since it is aimed at the novice or beginner scroll sawer. Mister Spielman's own words from the book's introduction, "The purpose of this book is to help those unfamiliar with scroll saws understand the basics ..." agree with their thoughts. Kind of hard to argue with all these people. With the background properly set, herewith is my review: Scroll Saw Basics was both an enjoyable and informative read. I feel Patrick achieved his goals "in spades". I've taken the liberty of calling the author by his given name here since after reading this book, I feel like we just walked out of my shop after getting a personal lesson. Pat was leaning over my shoulder, coaching me on how to make a proper cut. I say this because that's how I feel. The book is written in a very easy to understand, clear, direct and simple manner. I say this with the greatest admiration. I know too many "how to" books that take a straight forward topic and make it difficult to understand, as a monument to the author's intelligence.

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94. Library
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For tapes or books, the rental fee is $3 per month. Items can be checked out at the monthly BAWA meeting and is due back at the next meeting. An additional $3 will be due if the item is not returned. If the librarian is not at the meeting the additional fee will be waived. The tape library is brought to each monthly meeting, but because of the weight, the book library is not. For books, please send an email to the librarian ( ) with "BAWA" in the subject line. The book will be brought to the next meeting to be checked out. The following listing is complete as of 20 January 2003. Mike Cooper BAWA Librarian
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96. Scroll Saw
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Scroll Saws When I look over the new scroll saws memories always come back to me of the first one that I had. My father made it for me, he built it around an old Briggs and Straton engine, took the head off, drilled a hole in the piston and put a stubby shaft with a slot on it to hold the blade. The table was a disk from a grain seed drill, the top spring to tension the blade was from an old mattress. I got hours of pleasure from this tool, it was what got me started in woodworking. In those days I knew nothing of variable speeds, sawdust blowers, hold downs, C - arms, spiral or reverse blades. Scroll sawing is an easy hobby to get started in, the saw runs quiet enough so as not to disturb the neighbours, it does not require a large investment in equipment nor require a large work space. Best of all it is a relatively safe hobby, injuries may happen but are minor compared to what can happen with other woodworking equipment. Choose a saw that feels comfortable to you, many hours will be spent in front of it. The table should be large enough to support the material both in front of the blade and behind it, the controls should be convient to reach and easy to set. The blower should be powerful enough to remove sawdust even when set far enough above the material so you can clearly see the cutting lines. The saw should run smoothly, if it has excess vibration your hands will become fatigued very quickly.

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Mostly I use if for scroll Saw type work through 3/4 pine, but have resawn some Bandsaw is a major woodworking saw. It can rip, resaw and cross cut.
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98. General Books
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The author says that this is a good tool for kids to do woodworking with, The one power tool they would use was a scroll saw, more there size.
Through the years I have taught quite a few kids woodworking. I ahve found through these experiences that it is most important to let the child make things quickly at first. I am a very strong advocate of learning hand tools first. I would not allow any kid to use power tools until they had at least three years of using hand tools. The most basic handtool is a hammer, and I find that that is the tool of choice for the begginer. I usually put out a bunch of scrap wood of various sizes and give the kids a hammer (suitable size) and a can of nails and tell them to make whatever they want. This holds there interest for quite awhile, and no matter what they pound together they know what it is. I believe this is most important as it allows them freedom of choice and a chance to learn a little eye hand coordination. Next I introduce the handsaw, and this opens up new possibilities for them. This teaches that you can make something a certain size. I have found that usually an hour is the most they will hold interest. After each session I have them clean up their mess, and put away their tools. I introduce each tool one at a time, never telling them what to do, only how to use it. I give them all the help they request but do not impose any ideas on them. The purpose of this is to get them to learn the basic function of each of the tools and to let them, through practical experience, get a feel for the tools and the wood. It isn't long before they begin to ask for help and/or ideas about how to make something. This is when the fun begins. There is no better learner than a child who wants to learn something and knows what it is. The point is; If you try and teach any type of `fine woodworking' to a child before he/she is ready, you face a good chance of losing them. Once they make a bunch of stuff, which they seee as something, it won't be long before they begin to notice that there thing doesn't look like what it should. Then if they are interested they will be open to how to make it better, or they will lose interest. Everybody doesn't like woodworking. Does this method work? If you think 10 year olds who can handcut dovetails, do inlay, polish out a fine finish, 13 year olds doing marquetry, than yes it does work. Remember that first comes the craft, then the art. Gary Straub From: (Michael Peele) p I would explain the process they needed. As they got older they began to make all of the presents they gave. Kids have to have a reason to do woodworking or they won't. They would find things in mags which I would help them make. Colonial Homes was a good source, it has a page with plans for simple hosehold items. As they got older they began to make things for themselves. My kids loved to drive nails. By age 5 they were able to handle a hammer and nail. Sawing was easy at 3 or 4 with a back saw. I made a special handle for two small hands to hold on to. They never showed much interest in using power tools, I was always the "power man". The one power tool they would use was a scroll saw, more there size. One very important thing is to build them a kid sized bench with a vise. They usally have to use both hands on the tool. Rembember a kids idea of woodworking and yours are different, they are more interested in the activity than the acomplishment. Michael Peele From: (Joel Lenoir) My dad (and now myself) always had a bunch of simple projects for the local kids. 5-board step stools cutting boards (What is the best finish... :-) ) book stands, with the three dowels in the ends and the sliding book stop ring toss games using rubber jar sealing rings from the grocery simple tool boxes with hinged lids (he cut them open on table saw) tool totes of various sizes with dowel handles gumball dispensers using mason jars as globes One possible reference may the Cub and Boy Scout offices for simple plans for wood projects. From; My 7 and 5 year-old have been building 'stuff' for the last year now. First, buy them a few tools: hammer (7 oz.), saw (Stanley has a good toolbox saw that's short), square, screwdrivers, tape measure. Then, the first two projects are a toolbox and a workbench, either order. I bought a 'carpentry for kids' book (don't remember the exact title or author, but there were several similar books at the bookstore). It has good simple designs for the toolbox and workbench. Depending on your budget, you can get them a brace and bit(s), or you can drill any holes they need. Now although this is more carpentry than woodworking, I found it to be a good introduction to using tools safely, and to get them thinking about how things are built and how to plan a project. This past summer they built a tree fort and a go-kart (old lawn-mower wheels) with very little help from me. For my 7 year-old's birthday, I bought him a woodworking combination 'tool' that works quite well with balsa wood. Although this is more like a toy than a tool (it cost about $35, runs on 4 D-cells), it has a lathe, drill press, disc sander, and jigsaw. It's been a great/safe introduction for him into working with wood that's less than 1 1/2" thick and cut at something other than a right angle. His favorite project is a paper airplane stand, which is a turned dowel that's glued to a flat base and slotted on the other end to hold an airplane. I got our stuff at a regular bookstore and toystore. Paul Georgeson e-mail: From: ""Frank D. Nevius A cd rack seems to be an easy project for young ages. The kind with two squares of wood for ends, held together by 3 dowel rods stretched between and a sliding board in the middle which holds the cd's from falling. With a simple miter box clamped to a bench, and wood to be cut clamped in the miter box all he has to do is push a handsaw back and fourth until through. Then you move the wood and let him go again. Make 3 pieces of same size, roughly 6' square. Then give him a hand drill and clamp a drill jig to the boards and let him drill. Clamp the boards together in a vise. Clamp a piece of wood with a hole bored through it for a guide and then let him spin until drilled through. Move the hole guide to the next hole and so on until three holes are drilled. After taking out of vise, expand the holes in the board to be used for the middle, put dowels in one board, slide on center board, attach other end board and let him finish with something easy like Watco. Something that looks ok and you can actually use it. I've found alder wood to be a good choice for easy-to-use-but-still- look-good wood rather than pine. Have fun. Frank D. Nevius From: Would Rather Be Fishing

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