Scroll Saw and Craft Gallery Introduction:
makeCNC would like to welcome you to the “Scrollers” or Scrollsaw Gallery courtesy of our Wonderful and So Talented Customers. We want to Sincerely Thank Each and Every one of them for sharing their photos with us , These are just some of the makeCNC products that they have assembled and either painted, varnished or artistically used their own Magical touch to create. These users are very special to us because they create our patterns in the time honored method of the Scroll Saw or fret Saw by hand with great care and craftsmanship, some Fine Looking products. Hats off to all our Amazing Scrollsaw and manual Crafts people,Customers for the Excellent work they have done and care they take in creating such fine detail in their makeCNC Projects! We will be adding New ones from time to time as we get them. Enjoy! And thank you all so much for supporting our efforts at makeCNC. We have many New and exciting projects on the workbench and Design computer at the makeCNC workshops and you are welcome to return and Browse our online store for your CNC and laser cutting Pattern and software needs.
Below are some of Bill Morton from Ontario Canada’s Very Artistic Pictures. Nice Work Bill! UPDATE!!! We have just added some Great New Photos from Bill Morton! See Below!
This is Daisy Serra from Connecticut’s Fantastic completion of the Harley Motorcycle. Excellent Work Daisy!
Below is the Curious Owl sent in from Jason Camilleri from New York. Jason’s father-in-law, Joe Rapa, completed these projects in Malta. Very Well Done Joe & Jason!
Below are some Great Photos of work done by Ken Brady from North Carolina. Awesome finishing work Ken!
Below are Many Photos which are completed work done by Mary Burke of Virginia. Mary sells her completed projects from makeCNC at the local Flea Market and does well! Beautiful Job Mary! Great Detail!
Below are Lots of Photos of completed projects done by Neal Sasser of North Carolina. Hats off to you Neal for the Truly Amazing work you’ve done!
Below is a project that was actually completed by neither Scrollsaw or CNC Machines or Laser Machines. This Unique & Delicate but Wonderful Gypsy Wagon project was uniquely orchestrated by Kimberly Murray from Texas. Wow! What a Creative idea! Fantastic job Kimberly!