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

By Henry Berns, Henry Berro

Книга содержит конкретные инструкции и шаблоны для почти 50 трехмерных проектовминиатюрных трехмерных моделей животных, людей и прочих. Фигурки выпиливаются из прямоугольных брусков с двух сторон и обтачиваются до окончательных форм. Книга для любителей выпиливания.

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COPYRIGHT ©1992 JIM TOLPIN.    & $RAWER BACK % $RAWER SIDE      #  $ " Once you conceive a project with a series of concept sketches (or find a photograph or drawing of a piece you would like to build), the next step is to create a set of working drawings. Because these drawings define your concept with scaled dimensions, they show you how the various views and details of the piece relate to one another in true proportion. This gives you a chance to fuss about and adjust things on paper before you start cutting into the wood (a less-erasable proposition).

These lines now become the baselines for the front and side elevations. Lightly draw in the “footprint” of the piece by laying out the overall length of the front elevation and the overall width of the side elevation on the angled baselines. Extend these dimensions into the isometric view parallel to the baselines as shown in the drawing. 30° 30° STEP 1 Far side line Depth of top view Far side line Depth of top view STEP 2 Height STEP 3 Creating an Isometric Projection Step 1: Create two baselines by erecting two 30° angled lines up from a point established along a horizontal line.

Transfer these intersection points at full scale to the 1" grid on the full-scale drawing. Then connect the intersection points using an adjustable-curve tool or a batten stick (as described in chapter five). You can reverse this technique to transfer the lines of a curved component on a mockup to a scaled working drawing. Disassemble the mock-up to a scaled working drawing. Disassemble the mock-up if necessary and lay the curved component on a 1" grid. Trace the curve onto the grid. Now measure the intersection points and transfer the points at 1/4" grid of squares Scale: 1/4" = 1" Scale working drawing 1" grid of squares Full size drawing Grid Technique for Transferring Curves to Another Scale Step 1: Overlap a 1 ⁄ 4" grid over the area containing the curve.

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