|John Race||12/08/2017 21:11:59|
6333 forum posts
David as a retired joiner I can relate to the work you put into that axe shaft.
|Fernando Nijhuis||13/08/2017 18:10:44|
640 forum posts
Welcome to MM, that’s a very impressive project you’ve got there.
Pretty neat to use Lego for your castings.
Looking forward to see more when you get back at it.
|David Patterson 1||14/08/2017 20:41:17|
6 forum posts
Fernando- yes the Legos work great, I got tired of building wooden boxes to contain the rubber so I invested in some Legos, now I can build any size box, even multiple boxes side by side, another thing I do is i recycle my old rubber molds by cutting them into little pieces and submerging them into the wet rubber, I usually place them into the corners away from the master and when it all dries you cant even see the added pieces, this saves me rubber, which is expensive
|David Patterson 1||14/08/2017 21:07:34|
6 forum posts
John- thanks, now I know how to make the axe handle, looking forward to making it out of hickory
Edited By David Patterson 1 on 14/08/2017 21:16:32
|Steve Jones 12||17/08/2017 06:41:58|
3599 forum posts
Welcome to Millimods! Look forward to seeing some more of your work
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