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Tony

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Here are some compound cuttings that I've done. I have a jig to hold them while I'm cutting.
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Lots of good stuff Tony.

Are some of the patters from Steve Goods site?

Just curious as i i keep looking at some he has from time to time. I keep telling myself i want to try some.

I really like the tealight ones.

Actually i like all of them but i'm not sure my scroll saw knows how to make such fine cuts lol

Thanks for sharing ....

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Excellent work Tony I like the stands as well.[thumb][thumb]
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Can you post a picture of the Jig you use
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Ken this is the jig I made just two pieces of plywood, 2 bolts and 2 wing nuts. It also holds the pieces together after the first cut so no need to tape them back together in most cases.

Ed the bird houses are Diana Thompson's patterns most others are from magazines.

Thanks for the nice comments.

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Those are very impressive and a jig is much better than the tape I used.  the tape slips a little.
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Ken this is the jig I made just two pieces of plywood, 2 bolts and 2 wing nuts. It also holds the pieces together after the first cut so no need to tape them back together in most cases.

Ed the bird houses are Diana Thompson's patterns most others are from magazines.

Thanks for the nice comments.

Tony


I have box full of similar clamps i made for gluing up blocks of wood to make car bodies. I never thought of using them for sawing.they are probably good on drill press too.

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Well my first attempt at a compound cut! Queen chess piece. I see the complete set in my near future!!

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Her are the plans I used for mine. I reduced the size to fit my scrollsaw.
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Tony - nice display of ornaments and things.
Every day we seem to learn of the many talents our members have.
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