Rick, Grant, Ed, Lon, Danny and Mary, Darwin, Lauree, Brian, Al, Ken, Mary Jo, Paul, Julian, Harley, Bob and Kathie, Don, Rollie, Jerry H, and Ralph
- Tracing critters, cutting, packing, labeling blanks.
- Drilling windows and axle holes in wheeled vehicles.
- Cutting windows to shape on scroll saws
- Cutting toys to shape on scroll saws
- Toys yet to trace: 50 caterpillars (on 2x6's)
So 98% of the traceable toys have been traced, boxed, and labeled before the end of February!
Today Ken Moran returned two boxes of toys that are ready for sealing and finishing. This includes a new Bear Push Toy (new for 2018) that he developed from a photo and prototyped a few and then did a production run of 25 . Lon returned 50 paddle games all cut, sanded and routered and ready for sealing and finishing. Don Roberts returned two boxes of toys that are drilled and cut to shape. Jerry Hood returned a very full box of critters all cut to shape, sanded, and edges routered -- ready for inventory. Jerry has designed two more firetrucks from photos, and will be doing a production run of 10 each for the 2018 toy line.
Several of the boxed blanks were taken home with members (Don, Darwin, and Al) to work on in their own shops.
CUTTING TOYS AND WINDOWS TO SHAPE WITH SCROLLSAWS
DRILLING AXLE HOLES
DRILLING TATER BUGS WINDOWS AND AXLE HOLES
SCROLLING TATER BUG CARS AND PT CRUISERS WINDOWS
TRACING THE LAST OF THE CRITTERS
MAINTENANCE AND PACKING
TESTING DONATED JET SCROLLSAW
BACKSIDE OF DRILL LINE
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