As one can see, by all the projects I have posted lately, I am almost ready for my first craft show. However after all the cuttine of various projects I am wondering if the is a more productive method of scrollsaw cutting.
YES, I know stack is the first and only method I know about. If you are able to stack cut three projects at the same time then I think I reach a productivity breakeven popint. However it is not possible with all of the patterns I cut.
Second, the seasoned knowledge of cutting speeds the process. Being able to turn corners “in place” speeds the process greatly.
Third is the knowledge of how to cut aa pattern. What area to start on first and what cuts to make in what order.
Except for these I do not know of any methods to speed the process and thus to really make money from the scrollsaw hobby/business.
-- Just learning the craft my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ practiced.