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robert dignam14/04/2010 15:30:51
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hi everyone got a new scroll saw for christmas and made this truck using ash walnut and maple for the wheels comments welcome    robert
Ron Davis14/04/2010 19:16:51
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NIce work, my grandson would love it!
 
Ron
Alan T.14/04/2010 19:24:06
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Nice one Robert,What about a trailer to go with it.   Alan T.
Derek Lane14/04/2010 20:40:34
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Well made Robert is it just for decoration or to play with
Ralph Harvey14/04/2010 22:22:14
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You have a real tallent with that scroll saw, how big is this one ? what have you got planed for the next project or have you already started ?
 
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Edited By Ralph Harvey on 14/04/2010 22:22:49

dennis wake14/04/2010 22:53:43
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hi Robert
   you are definatly geting the hang of using the scroll saw. is Danny your grandson.
   dennis
robert dignam15/04/2010 09:36:40
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hi everyone thanks for the comments alan i was thinking of making a trailer with either a motor bike or quad bike on it, it can be used as a toy as the wheels turn the truck is 12inches long x 3/12 wide im hoping to make a cement truck next for my eldest grandson i made the truck with  my youngest grandson danny in mind

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