You need some kind of molding process in order to make a casting. The size of the casting determines the appropriate process. Those processes require different kinds of pattern equipment. This casting is made in a process called “air-set”, where sand is combined with a chemical binder and packed into a set of mold boxes that contain the pattern. The binder reacts and causes the sand to harden, the molds are removed from the boxes, fit together face to face and clamped tightly...
I finally got this pattern JIG for my bandsaw made and setup correctly. I have run several test pieces so I am satisfied that I can cut the rocking chair’s back slats correctly. I am comfortable that I can cut all of the back slats so the curves will be done correctly and smoothly; so they all will be the same. Part of that setup was changing my 1/2 inch bandsaw blade to my 1/4 inch blade. The curves are not that difficult but in order to follow the pattern in a smooth motion it r...
Incompatibility album in my Etsy shop.
I just posted a quick overview of my book on YouTube if you’re interested. When you self-publish, you have to self-promote :-)Thanks for looking and sharing.Marty http://youtu.be/sy5Z0h2v75k
It was requested on another forum for me to explain how I capture my intarsia patterns digitally, create vector artwork, then modify that artwork for accurate double bevel cutting…so here it is for my LJ friends: I’ll try to explain the techniques I’ve developed for digitizing my patterns and using that pattern to expand the artwork for accurate double bevel cutting. Keep in mind, I just started intarsia less than 2 years ago, only have 7 projects under my belt and only tried double ...
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Creating Your Own Patterns and Designs – Extra Features In this lesson, I’ll show you some extra features found in the Pattern Wizard that are very useful.If you’ve found these lessons helpful, please share these lesson links and the Pattern Wizard download link (below) with others via email, social media, and with your LJ Buddies. Download your free Pattern Wizard trial here – http://rapidresizer.com/index.php/164
Creating Your Own Patterns and Designs – Printing Your Patterns Printing your patterns so they can be applied to the wood is an important process. I’ll show you how this is done in today’s lesson. You can print 3 patterns using your free trial. After that you will need the full version. I’d encourage you to get both the Pattern Wizard and Rapid Resizer together as the savings are substantial.Download your free Pattern Wizard trial here – http://rapidresizer.co...
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