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These are some of my projects all made with pinewood.

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Wow Essess

Thanks for sharing these.  The forum has found another great toy maker.
These look really good.
I am guessing you really like airplanes.

We will be watching for more of your work.
Great.

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Essess

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Thanks much, Ken, yes I suppose airplanes are my most favorite to make. I'm glad I found the forum!
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good looking set of toy's you have there
thanks for sharing with the forum.

Don't be a stranger LOL We love seeing other folks toy's

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I was excited to see these entries this morning. There is some great creativity here combined with excellent workmanship and vision. Thanks for sharing.
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Very nice.  Thanks for sharing.
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Thanks for the compliments....I really enjoy making things from wood.
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Some very nice toys/models I like the planes as you don't see many of them
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Your wood toy designs are highly styled, beautifully executed and very trendy. I think you are very talented and understand what elements are required to make an outstanding toy that resonates with just about everyone of all ages. Wow! I bow to you.
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Wow....thanks, John.....I was so glad to find the site and forum.
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These are some of my projects all made with pinewood.


Nice work. 

I have a question, if anyone here can answer.  In scrolling intricate patterns I found it difficult to make delicate cuts, because they either broke off or the scroll saw blade was too thick.  How do you solve this?  For one time, I was cutting a 3-D reindeer and the antler came off so I glued and sanded it. Look ok, but then I had to make 4 more, only 2 reindeer with antlers, made it.  Any suggestions.
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Great looking collection  [smile]  [thumb]
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ashields,
I suspect this question got over looked since it was buried inside this topic. You should probably start a new thread just for your question. You will get a lot of varied answers. 

My take would be to use a smaller blade like  #3 or #5 blade, especially if it is smaller thickness wood.

On a new blade with the right tension you will be able to to let the blade cut with out hardly any pressure.

To much pressure will also cause more stress which of course causes breakage as well... Just my 2 cents worth....


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Put some blue tape on you table around the blade so there is zero clearance. Make you cut. There should be one small sort of round hole in the tape. You should be able to see if your pushing the blade to hard and in which direction. I takes some practice to get the feel of it. I can cut car bodies out of pin 2x4s using a #5 skip tooth blade and not and not push the blade. If you force it the blade gets hot dulls faster and breaks. Scroll saws cut slow especially in thick resinous wood.  

The tape is really good for keeping tiny parts from falling through the hole.

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