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Durer detail


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2 files, last one added on Jul 15, 2008

Bronze castings


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1 files, last one added on Apr 21, 2010

Bronze planes


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4 files, last one added on Apr 22, 2010

Bronze hammers


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3 files, last one added on Apr 22, 2010

Moving buildings


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3 files, last one added on Aug 12, 2010

Razor blade planes


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2 files, last one added on Jul 24, 2011

Beautiful wood from Oz


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3 files, last one added on Mar 11, 2012

 

 

 

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Random files - jonjunk's Gallery
centipede_garage004.jpg
centipede_garage004.jpg113 viewsEnough muscle power, and not a few bottles of beer,
lift a garage, turn it 180, move it down the alley...
jonjunk
centipede_garage005.jpg
centipede_garage005.jpg112 viewsGarage has been re-set in its new location.jonjunk
router_plane_bodies.JPG
router_plane_bodies.JPGThree router plane bodies, partially finished61 viewsjonjunk
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unknown.jpgHigh quality detail71 viewsClose-up of unknown object from Durer : Melancoliajonjunk
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P1060651_2.jpgRazor blade plane71 viewsDie-cast metal. The funnel shaped piece screws the cap onto the blade and acts as a horn.Box is marked Pat.no 3289504 and "Winston Sales Co. ... Chicago.jonjunk
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six_hammer_heads.JPGSix cast bronze hammer heads53 viewsThese are my first attempts at casting heads for jewelers hammers. They still need final finishing, possibly including chemical patination.jonjunk
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three_small_plne_bodies.JPGThree small plane bodies, another view35 viewsjonjunk
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low_angle_plane-rough.JPGPlane body,rough39 viewsThis is a typical casting right out of the investment.
On the right is the button and the "sprues" which feed the molten metal into the mold.The white stuff is the plaster investment material which still needs to be cleaned off. On the left you can see flashing, caused by the mold cracking. This was easily removed and did not affect the quality of the finished body.
jonjunk

Last additions - jonjunk's Gallery
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P1100023.JPGCamphor laurel bowl165 viewsExcellent figure in wood from TasmaniajonjunkMar 11, 2012
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P1100032.JPGCamphor laurel bowl100 viewsjonjunkMar 11, 2012
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P1100033.JPGCamphor laurel bowl88 viewsjonjunkMar 11, 2012
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P1060652.jpgSmall die-cast plane83 views"Select Planer razor blade tool.
The worlds sharpest tool.
Use any double-edge razor blade"
Has two blade holders, one straight one curved
jonjunkJul 24, 2011
P1060651_2.jpg
P1060651_2.jpgRazor blade plane71 viewsDie-cast metal. The funnel shaped piece screws the cap onto the blade and acts as a horn.Box is marked Pat.no 3289504 and "Winston Sales Co. ... Chicago.jonjunkJul 24, 2011
centipede_garage004.jpg
centipede_garage004.jpg113 viewsEnough muscle power, and not a few bottles of beer,
lift a garage, turn it 180, move it down the alley...
jonjunkAug 12, 2010
centipede_garage005.jpg
centipede_garage005.jpg112 viewsGarage has been re-set in its new location.jonjunkAug 12, 2010
centipede_garage003.jpg
centipede_garage003.jpgCentipede garage107 viewsThe effectiveness of primitive building-moving techniques clearly illustrated.jonjunkAug 12, 2010

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