Anyone know of a scroll saw digest? I can not seem to find one.
More important I am looking for a source of wood for my scroll saw projects.
1/4" hardwoods / plywood's.
BUT I need 12" widths x 24" lengths.
So where is your favorite place to shop?
Have you tried asking you question at http://www.workshopbuzz.com/forum/ ??
I read a few people having good luck with
http://www.ocoochhardwoods.com/ (I think they are in Wisconsin)
I have not tried them myself. Still working with cheap pine.
I found the above scroll saw group very informative.
And you won't believe the difference Flying Dutchman blades will do for your
scroll saw projects.
All the folks there talk about those blades and where to get them.
A not cheap (as in very expensive), there is a franchise craft store
Michael's Art & Crafts which sells small amounts Baltic birch plywood. I
find I cannot use a full sheet of Baltic birch as a beginner, so I pay extra
for smaller useable sheets. Also a place to buy 3M photo mount. Baltic
Birch is ofcourse THE plywood to use with scroll saw due no voids in sub
layers (OK, almost no voids.)
Hope this helps:
A couple of sources for your stuff would be www.wildwooddesigns.com and
www.heritagewood.com. I use wildwood quite a bit for designs and such and have
been very happy. I know both https://www.scrollerltdcatalog.com/ and
http://www.sloanswoodshop.com/ also offer woods tailored to scrollers. For my
birch ply needs I typically just pick it up at my local woodcraft store.
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