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Wood pattern for casting iron flowers #2: The flower is defined by its wire frame

03-19-2017 04:26 PM by Patternguy | 1 comment »

First I’ll clarify what this pattern will actually make… The casting is a “Cooperstown Flower”. It’s a piece of architectural iron that got its name from a restoration project done in 1985 in Cooperstown NY. Unfortunately, I don’t have any pictures of the casting and will have to rely on a model I put together for illustration. I have a video too, but I have to figure out how to post it. Now that we know what we are making, hopefully, the next couple of images will explain where the wire frame fits into the story… Wire frame exists in three dimensional space, but the output it defines will always be two dimensional, at least when i...

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