Here is a list of all the postings robert dignam has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Charlie Chaplin finished|
|Thread: Charlie Chaplin|
|Thread: delta scroll saw spares|
I think I got more chance of finding lord lucan Derek not many delta spares about these days
|Thread: bb king Debbie Harry|
thanks Steven and Derek the Debbie Harry is 12x12 inches and bb king is 14x12 inches and the backing is, just black card thanks
Edited By robert dignam on 24/06/2015 15:41:30
cut these recently bb king and Debbie Harry cut from 4mm birch plywood thanks for looking
|Thread: a couple more portraits|
|Thread: A selection of Scrolled portraits|
Some very nice cuttings dave what software do you use to make your patterns
|Thread: The stones|
Dave sorry they wasn't reverse tooth niqua no 1s they was niqua no 1standard blades I got from hobbies through eBay I started off using Flying Dutchman reverse no1s but ran out so I finished it with niqua no 1 standard blades I haven't fixed the q3 yet still looking for a motor which are very hard to find the 540 is a good little saw and I think is better for fine fret work as it's a less aggressive cut than the q3 was but I do prefer the q3 looking forward to seeing some or your work cheers. Bob
Malcolm it was a4 size but I blew it up to a3 at the libary I got the pattern from scrollsaw village the pattern maker was called the ozz if you have trouble finding it let me know
Thanks for the kind comments ron and Malcolm it took me approx 8 hours on and off I used a no1 niqua reverse tooth blade.
Thanks Malcolm my wife and sister in law went to Graceland a couple of years ago they loved it
|Thread: The stones|
Thank you simon
Thanks Derek I managed to buy another delta scrollsaw not has good as my old one but still a good saw I don't think you can beat the old delta,s
Thank you derek
|Thread: Scrollsaw portraits|
Thanks Derek they are not my patterns they are from my friend on another forum
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