In this monthly meeting of the Scroll Saw Special Interest Group (SIG), Bob Brokaw explained some of the process he has developed since being introduced to marquetry. He began by explaining the similarities of marquetry to intarsia except with no z-axis. The finished objects are the product of stack cutting multiple layers of veneer and then assembling the pieces into a panel that is glued onto a substrate. He showed several patterns that he developed and their source back to intarsia patterns from Judy Gale Roberts. He begins by tracing a picture using the spline tool of DeltaCad using a thin red line (easier to see when cutting with a 3/0 black scroll saw blade). He augments the picture by dividing pieces to facilitate sand shading to simulate shadows and give the picture depth in the absence of a z-axis. He demonstrated several of the stages of the development of a ready to glue panel. Bob went on to explain several of the considerations to the glue up and subsequent finishing operations. He finished by acknowledging his primary mentors Jane Burke ( http://www.gtcreations.com/ ) and Paul Schurch ( http://www.schurchwoodwork.com/ ).