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Old 15-04-2019, 07:54 PM
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thank you mr. karrot and mr kats, lady kats and miss julie we appreciate the comments.

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Old 15-04-2019, 11:08 PM
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Brilliant

As for possible uses . . . potentially painful.

But golden clearly.

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Excellent stuff, Carly. I don't think I'd trust Lynne with my scroll saw just yet.

Echo what people have said about the use of it - I've seen some smaller ones many years ago that would have been used in technical/architectural drawings. A lot of windows for example are proportioned in the golden ratio. There's also the "silver ratio" which you can see on a standard sheet of A4 (297x210mm) paper.

I'll have to see if I can find a little book called "Sacred Geometry" that goes into this, and other interesting graphical constructions.
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thank you mr. haremlover i appreciate the comment.

thank you mr. muninn i appreciate the comment and CG says a scroll saw is no harder or dangerous to use than a sewing machine.

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