There has been a book published by John Everett via guild of master craftsmen titled
practical acrollsaw patterns. what i remember it had a chapter on scrollsaw basics
might be worth looking in your library
Mr Woodward died a few years ago and I don't know of any spares outlet for
this saw I have a 24" model with variable speed it is excellent, it is a bit slow
for doing pierced work
There is not a lot to it and does not need a lot of servicing. A little light oil on
the rear top and bottom...
As some one who uses the scroll saw for 90% of my woodwork mostly
puzzles. when i have posted puzzles Ive had some sarcastic remarks
which does not help any one I had decided not to post any more.
Something needs to be done to make adding pictures easier.
Frank I love your tipper truck keep them...
I have sent one puzzle to Canada and seven to the USA I had no problems
all were delivered, and most if not all puzzle makers in the states use imported
birch ply. No info on your coins or fretwork
Well scrollerman you have certainly tried a few manufacturers ,you don't say
what problems you are having with them
I personally use hobbies blades exclusively and have no problems Lots of people
on this site use the other blades you mentioned and are happy with them
tell us what your problems...