Scroll Saw Video Tutorials

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Good friends George, Hans  and myself give a demo on creating  jigsaw

puzzles to a few of the members from

The Gwinnett Woodworkers Association.

Looks like my teachings have rubbed off some.

This is a very lengthy video. Recorded by Rob Austin (another accomplished scroller).

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I recently added a new pattern ‘Songbirds’ that contains many very intricate cuts. This

video will show how I manage to do these cuts without breaking the fragile sections.

This method may be used of any type of fretwork.

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Use this to help reduce airborne dust particles in your shop.

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Use a scrollsaw to make a decorative box.

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This is a tutorial using CorelDraw to create a nameplate pattern

to be cut with a scrollsaw.

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The following two videos show how to make

jigsaw puzzle patterns using CorelDraw.

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Part 2 in a series of jigsaw puzzles.

This video shows one type of many puzzles.

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Making sharp corners using the scroll saw. Which side of the blade is important while cutting.

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Placing starter holes on scroll saw patterns.

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This is the method that I use to apply and remove scrollsaw

patterns from wood.

 

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Tutorial #3 contains 4 tips…scrollsaw table legs, scrollsaw table smoothing, mag lite and footswitch.

 

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This video is part 1 in the puzzle series. In this you see how easy it is a make a traditional ‘ball and socket’ style jigsaw puzzle pattern.

 

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TUTORIAL #2, TIPS #3 AND #4

Grinding the blade holder screws

and easy blade tensioning.

Great information that is not seen anywhere else.

Tutorial #1

Flat table and blade alignment.

A must see for setting up your scrollsaw. These tips are

not seen on other sites. 

 

 

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I went against the rules and posted this video.

 

I cant explain why, but I like this guy. He gives a simple solution to an everyday question.  I will post more of his videos as they are found.

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9 Comments

  • Steve Good says:

    Hey Karl, nice job on the video with Hans. There are far too few videos out there with that type of good information. There will be a lot of scrollers get help from it. Again, nice job.

  • KTDESIGN says:

    Thanks Steve. Feel free to share it with your readers.

  • bob says:

    thanks. just the job

  • tina says:

    Very good video. I enjoyed it alot, and learned quite alot. Thank you! Keep up the good work.

  • Les says:

    Thank you, I enjoyed the Hans Mier Video
    Could you give me the Web site So I can view it again. If it is not on the web could I buy it? I learned more in the 2 hour video than going to 3 craft fairs.

  • KTDESIGN says:

    Thanks. You can find the video on my website at http://www.scrollsawvideo.com

    You can download RealPlayer ( a free program) to copy all videos from the internet. Just Google ‘download RealPlayer’ and the link will come up. I use this program fpr all my video downloads and it has a very good reputation. I will do a video this week on how to download the program.

  • David says:

    Hi Carl, Just watched your video on making puzzles. Very interesting, thanks for all your videos. Back to the puzzles. I have seen somewhere that you should point the blade teeth up while using this face down method. Is that correct?

  • KTDESIGN says:

    Yes, but only for this method in the video. Most puzzle making require the normal ‘tooth down’ position. Thanks, great question.

  • Robert Santorelli says:

    Thank you guys I’ve been learning a lot of little things that I would have never thought of thank you so much keep up the good work.
    Robert

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