added a microscope to the scrollsaw
improving my vision I improved my accuracy. I also
added a t,ouch
sensitive pressure foot to keep the block of wood
improving the saw
and my vision I can cut down the center
of a ball point pen
leaving a wisp of ink on either side of the kerf.
kind of control
allows me to cut two identical hand drawn
pieces of hardwood
can be glued as tight as any fenced cut.
greater the arc, the
greater the need for accuracy.
I find that each piece of
wood must be cut separately. The thickness of the blade is enough to
throw off the accuracy
of a long sweeping arc if two pieces are cut on top of
Also, cutting through two pieces (1-1/2" thick) of wood more than
cause the blade to
deflect enough to ruin the fit. Here you can see mahogany and maple. I
the darker wood first because
it is the harder one to see the pen line on under the microscope
is to glue up the blocks, the rings, and the layers.