Post Tagged with: "Scroll saw"

Product Review: MatchFit Clamps, SandIts, and Rockler Marking Tool

Product Review: MatchFit Clamps, SandIts, and Rockler Marking Tool

By Bob Duncan Rockler Center/Offset Marking Tool $9.99 plus S&H Rockler, 800-279-4441, rockler.com Rockler’s ingenious Center/Offset Marking Tool works so well you may wonder how you ever lived without it. This handy device lets you mark the center of the edge of a board, or draw a line a specific […]

by September 24, 2018 Product Reviews
Full Moon Nightlight

Full Moon Nightlight

Enjoy the harvest moon year ’round By Deb Nicholson  This nightlight, which combines basic woodworking with fretwork accents, makes a nice accent piece for the evening. The frosted spray and black paint on the acrylic plastic diffuse the light and give the full moon a subtle glow. If you would […]

by September 17, 2018 Uncategorized
Product Review: Pegas Blade Chuck Heads

Product Review: Pegas Blade Chuck Heads

Want to revamp your scroll saw? Switch out that clunky old blade clamp for a tougher, more streamlined model By Bob Duncan and Mindy Kinsey The blade clamps are among the first parts to fail on a scroll saw. The clamps, which are also called blade chucks or blade heads, […]

by September 7, 2018 Product Reviews
Product Review: Jet JWSS-22B Scroll Saw

Product Review: Jet JWSS-22B Scroll Saw

By the Staff of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Like the Excalibur saws, Jet’s scroll saw uses a link drive system and has a tilting saw arm (insets of a tilting table). But it has a few special features. Jet’s major innovation is a quick-change blade holding and tensioning system. The […]

by June 16, 2018 Scroll Saw Reviews
Product Review: Seyco ST-21 Scroll Saw

Product Review: Seyco ST-21 Scroll Saw

By the Staff of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Created by Ray Seymore of Seyco, who has been selling Excalibur saws since 1986, this saw is intended for scrollers and has features designed specifically for these woodworkers. Like the Excalibur saws, it uses a link drive system and has a […]

by June 16, 2018 Scroll Saw Reviews
Short Cuts: Issue Ten

Short Cuts: Issue Ten

Welcome to the tenth issue of Short Cuts! Our quarterly e-newsletter, Short Cuts, is our way of staying in touch with you between issues of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts. Here we share projects, features, tips, insider scoop on books and authors, club news, and more. We hope you enjoy reading it as […]

by May 23, 2018 eNews: Short Cuts
The Pitch

The Pitch

Capture the feeling of Opening Day with this classic fretwork baseball scene By Jacob and Wayne Fowler   While baseball season is in full swing, this fretwork design captures that moment where the pitcher winds up, the batter focuses on the ball, and the catcher waits for the ball to […]

by May 23, 2018 Patterns, Spring Scrolling
Hacking a Porter Cable Scroll Saw

Hacking a Porter Cable Scroll Saw

Make blade changes faster and easier for a couple dollars and 20 minutes in the shop By Bob Duncan The partially free-floating blade clamps on the Porter Cable scroll saw make it a challenge to change blades. But with a few tools and basic hardware, you can make them stay where […]

by May 23, 2018 Shop Tips
Midwest Scroll Saw and Woodworking Trade Show

Midwest Scroll Saw and Woodworking Trade Show

This year’s event promises classes, demos, door prizes, contests, and more Get ready for the 20th Midwest Scroll Saw & Woodworking Trade Show, held on Aug. 3-4, 2018, at the Dubuque County Fairgrounds (14569 Old Hwy. Rd., Dubuque, IA 52002)! This show is a great way for scrollers of all […]

by May 21, 2018 News
Scrolling @ Artistry in Wood 2018

Scrolling @ Artistry in Wood 2018

Get ready for an exciting, jam-packed weekend—this October in Wilmington, Ohio “Artistry in Wood is a perfect name for the show,” said the well-known intarsia artist Judy Gale Roberts about the Dayton Carvers Guild’s annual event. “The show encompasses so many woodworking techniques—carving, pyrography, fretwork, intarsia, woodturning, and combinations of […]

by May 21, 2018 News