[Northkeep] question about woodworking
Derek.Wilson at DTAG.Com
Thu May 1 11:31:59 PDT 2003
Depending on what your building and the strength needed you could also use a
1/4 inch hardwood plywood available at most of your woodshop stores most
common is a red oak variety.
And I agree with Robert you probably would want to use a scroll or band saw.
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Sent: Thursday, May 01, 2003 10:54 AM
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Subject: Re: [Northkeep] question about woodworking
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In a message dated 5/1/2003 7:52:28 AM Central Standard Time,
Beth at stormreaver.net writes:
> I know absolutely zilch about working with wood, but have an idea for a
> project I'm mulling over for a future event, token item...
> If I wanted to cut out a small shape, perhaps 1/2" by 3" and no more than
> 1/4" thick, what would be the most durable wood and least likely to break?
> And what sort of saw would I use ? Jig-saw?
I think that working something that small with a Jig-saw would be a
bit dangerous. I would suggest a scroll saw or band saw. I would think
that any hardwood would do. I choose bases on the appearance of the wood.
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