3D Patterns for the Scroll Saw: Time Saving Tips & by Diana L. Thompson

By Diana L. Thompson

Starting and skilled scroll observed artists will relish this clean new examine a fast-growing process. a chain of routines advisor people who are new to 3-dimensional scrolling to enhance their abilities, whereas a variety of styles, starting from basic day by day goods to tricky holiday-themed designs, will pride and problem the complex scroller. some of the sorts of wooden that may be utilized in scrolling and strategies to color those soft items also are mentioned.

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Then carefully make the cuts at the bandsaw. Once the curves are cut, clean them up with a handplane and sandpaper and break all of the edges. Glue up the chair. The rest of the chair can now be glued, with the exception of the arms. To attach the back, wax one end of the pivot pins and run the waxed ends through the posts and into the holes in the back legs. Apply glue to the trailing ends of the pins before driving 9 them all the way into the posts. The back will pivot on the pins and come to rest on dowels fitted into the back of the arms (photo 9).

It starts 3⁄8 in. down from the top of the leg. It’s 1⁄4 in. wide and 1 1⁄8 in. long, and it starts 7⁄16 in. from the outside face of the leg (photo 1). Lay out the lower mortises. The other pairs of mortises should be 2 marked where you want the shelves to fall. I started these at 12 1⁄ 2 in. and 26 in. down from the top of the legs (photo 2). Cut the mortises. Using a mortising machine (or whatever method you prefer), cut the mortises to a depth of 5⁄8 in. Clean up the inside faces with a bench chisel and remove any remaining debris (photo 3).

The pieces with less attractive grain can go elsewhere. T-Mac Tip Once you select the legs and determine how you want them placed on the cart (in the front or back), group them together and mark a triangle on the top end spanning all four legs. No matter how they’re mixed up later on, you can always re-create their original orientation. 3 48 Serving Cart Mortising the legs 1 The legs have three mortises on each inside face: one at the top of the leg for the top rail and two lower ones for the rails that support the slats.

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