3D Scroll Saw Patterns & Techniques by Henry Berns, Henry Berro

By Henry Berns, Henry Berro

Explaining the right way to use a scroll observed or band observed to create an ark-full of miniature three-d animals and a stable-full of miniature 3-dimensional humans to observe over them, this advisor covers 3-dimensional trend use and uncomplicated energy software working directions and completing options. It includes particular directions and styles for nearly 50 3-dimensional initiatives. present rules and presentation ideas--including a barn, a sturdy, and an ark during which to demonstrate the completed pieces--are additionally included.

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THE EBONY PLUGS 103. A plastic drafting template with graduated-size square hoLes is available at most weLL-equipped office supply stores. It can be a vaLuable aid in Laying out the holes for the square ebony pLugs. 104. Square the corners: start with a smaLler chiseL and work up to a Larger chisel. A very sharp chiseL is a must for clean crisp work. Making the Plug Holes by Hand 1/ 1G inch smaller than the eventual hole size, drill to a depth of about 3/8 of an inch. With a chisel much smaller than the intended hole size, clean up the corners of the hole, progressing to a larger chisel to establish the boundaries of the hole (104).

Julia Mullins and continue test cutting until the proper depth is achieved. The tout­ ed detail should fade as the indent moves up the leg, dying out com­ pletely before it ends. Make certain that the indent detail fades com­ pletely before it runs into space that may later be occupied by lower stretchers or rails. With the depth correctly set, rout the indent detail in all four sides of the leg. 47 BLACKER LEG INDENT DETAIL 55. Using the knuckLe template, mark the bottom ofthe Leg. Julia Mullins 58.

Following the pencil lines, 78. Using a 1 inch sanding spindle, carefully cut the brackets out on the band ~·aw. clean up the rough lines left by the band saw. 79. Even out any minor irregularities by hand with 120-grit sandpaper. Shaping the to clean up later. On the backside of the inside loop, at the point where the two brackets meet, it is critical to maintain the correct position of the tangent point. If the tangent point drifts upward when cutting out or sanding, the joint be(\'1een the (\'10 brackets will be com pro­ Individual Loops Next, cut the loops out on the band saw following the pencil lines that were laid out earlier (77) .

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