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One of the easier patterns.

-- Mr Tall





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Rick

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#1 posted 786 days ago

I’ve look at the 3 or 4 you’ve Posted in the last little while. I was looking for an explanation of “Segmentation”. Please excuse my Ignorance but I’m not familiar with that Process.

I guess I could Google it but I’d rather hear your explanation.

You mentioned in one of them that it’s a lot easier and faster than Intarsia. Could you give an explanation of that process please. Also the types of wood you have used.

Thanks: Rick

-- COMMON SENSE Is Like Deodorant. The People Who need It Most, Never Use It.

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Rick

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#2 posted 786 days ago

It’s okay MrTall. I searched our own LJ’s for “Segmentation” came up with MANY such as this one.

http://lumberjocks.com/projects/39087

Basically it’s all cut out of ONE piece of wood, stained or Painted to your liking and glued back together.

-- COMMON SENSE Is Like Deodorant. The People Who need It Most, Never Use It.

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MrTall

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#3 posted 785 days ago

Segmentation is very easy to do and all you need is a scrollsaw, since you need the small blades. This entire project is done with a single piece of wood, compared to Instarsia that uses multiple types of wood hat yo have to fit together. What I like about segmentation is the 3D effect by different stains and raising or lowering each piece. Great book that I use is….Animal Portraits in Wood: Crafting 16 Artistic Mosaics with Your Scroll Saw. There are others too. Take glue the pattern on a piece of wood. I have used pine, popular or 3/4” birch plywood. You want something light in color. Cut the entire pattern out. Group items to be stained and stain. Dry, Refit entire pieces togther. Flip over and use a hot glue gun to start offset pieces based on pattern. This way all glue joints are hidden….Good luck.

-- Mr Tall

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Barksavage

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#4 posted 136 days ago

Very nice work! I love the wild life

-- Barksavage

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