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Old 01-04-2017, 11:24 AM
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No, I didn't think it was "kitchen aluminum foil" but "tooling foil" instead which is around 0.005" thick. You call it "tin metal from hair spray cans". Hair spray cans are made from sheet steel here in the US. If you're woking steel sheet it takes your work to a whole new level. How do you anneal the sheet during the shaping work?

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Oh)) "Taft" Hair spray You know. Then must be steel, I don't know. Without annealing Gil. Just metal shaping. Serious. Not that way the brass models are made too.
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Some really impressive work. Think I need to try and build a miniature English Wheel for myself.
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Some really impressive work. Think I need to try and build a miniature English Wheel for myself.
Yes quite a handy tool. Was used generally with trunk forming, like more smoothing after hammering, because all the rest parts was formed general like rolling with hammer on cutting mat. And that"ll be enough for them. Small bearing in the place of lower roller in the tool is good for make things flat. Can be very useful also.
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The pdf file with major components of the build.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bz6...JHTFZtZmM/view

Recommend to look up this paper on metal shaping.
http://paperdesigners.ucoz.ru/Files/...abrication.pdf


Good video link on the car's production line.

L'usine peugeot de sochaux en 1954

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atP0kFM-Xko
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Thanks for the link on fabrication.
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Thanks for the link on fabrication.
Ok whulsey)))
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Primer.

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Old 04-19-2017, 02:24 AM
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And color.
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For those, involved in thread following proces, and for new followers as well too)

The rig for stretching metal is build. And experiment with fender, even though it is too much of a pull for that kind of detail, to be done that way)

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