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Old 08-09-2009, 12:54 PM   #1
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Hello everyone
I am new to all of this I retired wit parkisone and a few other thing but i want to build so toys like cars boats etc and am getting frusstrated i am not to well coordenated now and could use some help in haow to cut the disign on a scroll saw
its asking a lot but i could use the help

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Three tips-

1)Good tension on the blade

2)The right blade for the material and thickness

3)Go slow

4)Don't touch the part whats movin' : )

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