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Blog series by DigBaddy updated 622 days ago 5 parts 9900 reads 5 comments total

Part 1: The Plans and my first cuts.

711 days ago by DigBaddy | 0 comments »

My name is Keith. I am very new to scroll sawing. I received a scroll saw for Father’s Day, so that makes me about 2.5 months old in scroller years. :) I started off in my scrolling hobby by cutting some basic puzzles from this book. A few of the ABC snake puzzles later and I was itching for something a little more challenging. I stumbled upon Toy Maker Press and was immediately drawn to their Noah’s Ark sets. I’ve wanted to build one for my little nieces for quite ...

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Part 2: Final cuts, sanding, sanding, and more sanding

688 days ago by DigBaddy | 0 comments »

After a few days on and off of working on this project (among others, including another snake puzzle and a cat puzzle). I finally have the ark fully assembled and all the animals sanded. I didn’t take any more in progress pictures but I did snap some of the completed ark (minus a finish). I spent about 7 hours hand sanding the animals from 80 grit to 330 grit (I think or it is 320). I put them in a ziploc bag so they don’t get full of dust. During this time I finished buil...

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Part 3: Applying the finish!

678 days ago by DigBaddy | 0 comments »

I applied three coats of a spray laquer, and three coats of spray poly and the ark is finished. Next up is the animals. Just need to figure out how to keep them from falling over while spraying. I am also working on another cross. This one is going to be made out of 1/4” walnut. There are over 280 cuts in this one! If I do 28 cuts a day, it should only take me 10 days to finish the cutting!

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Part 4: The animals are all done!

623 days ago by DigBaddy | 4 comments »

Just finished applying 3 coats of rub on poly to all the animals! once they are dry I’ll get a final pic of the animals with the Ark and post that in projects! Till then, here are two pics of the animals. Woods used are padauk, black walnut, yellowheart, red cedar, ash, aspen, basswood, wenge, and beechnut.

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Part 5: Finished!

622 days ago by DigBaddy | 1 comment »

Finished this project. You can see more pictures in my projects gallery. Here are some I didn’t upload over there.

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