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Uploaded: 06.04.2008 19:33
Categories: Handicrafts

Japala - No, the old man hasn't lost it! :) I just find these "classic" fretwork patterns better for learning purposes than bio

No, the old man hasn't lost it! :) I just find these "classic" fretwork patterns better for learning purposes than biohazard shapes. This one is from a hobby guide from 1929.


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08.04.2008 16:34 Japalahttp://www.dremel.com/en-us/tools/tool-detail.htm?H=188277&G=66210&I=66212 now everyone forgets the band saw! This and other cutting work in this album is done with a scroll saw.
08.04.2008 14:09 NearCryThe blade goes up and down. Am I right?
07.04.2008 16:53 alfonsband saw = vannesaha, or do you mean that this is made by lehtisaha?
07.04.2008 13:03 JapalaI find the spiral blades difficult to use. They work pretty well for veining but other than that I prefer regular blades.
07.04.2008 10:59 kuppazkithere are blades that cut in every direction, but those tend to break easily for some reason.
07.04.2008 04:26 GSXThat is very precise cutting. I would love to get one of those, but no space right now :(
06.04.2008 23:00 JapalaNope, a bandsaw is a whole another beast :)
06.04.2008 22:59 alfonsits "lehtisaha"
06.04.2008 22:42 LcdloAah, and the blade goes up and down? Its not an "vannesaha"?
06.04.2008 22:40 Japalahttp://www.woodcraft.com/images/family/web4234.jpg The blade I'm currently using has a "depth" of 0.9 mm. This makes it easy to turn for example 180 degrees inside the cut path.
06.04.2008 21:27 HochramIt's not the blade, it's the special Japala's modding spirit lol
06.04.2008 21:09 LcdloI'm still wondering what kind of blade that saw has? I mean how you manage to make those little details? That blade looks quite big in the picture.
06.04.2008 21:05 Akamelooks nice ^^