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Questions using Sroll Saw Patterns in Designer/CarveWright

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woodchipsltd

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One and all,

I have a number of scroll saw patterns that I would like to "run through" Designer and carve on my machine.

First question. I have scanned in one of those patterns and would like to post it here for everyone to see what I'm talking about but can't figure out how to get it posted. Help? It's a scanned in "tif" file.

Second question. How do I get it into designer? Will I need to do some Photo Shop work to do this?

And last question. Has anyone tried doing this before?

Thanks in advance for any and all the help anyone can provide. As I've stated before, the best way to learn Designer is trial and error, unfortunately. The "book" isn't much help.

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LittleRedWoodshop

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Indiana in 1/8th" Baltic Birch



More Patterns ready to go for the CarveWright - I use the 1/16th" Cutting bit and cut them out of 1/8th" baltiv birch ply. Had a lot of fun with the clean-up though. Great use for a PowerCrafter.

Click here for "Scroll Saw" patterns
http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=e5b5209e8ac58b63c2b435915e8821d7f7d16d0f4788ebefc95965eaa7bc68bc

As for putting images in your posts you simply need to host them offsite and put the link into your post. The image in this post is actually being hosted at MediaFire.com Click on he image and it will take you to the MediaFire.com page - there you will see the links that I used to embed the image in this post. You want to select the "HTML" Embed Code" and paste it into your post. Practice with that image if you want to.


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