Friday, February 8, 2013
The Making of THE BEAD MACHINE@WOODLAB DESIGNS
in the process of drilling 5625 holes in this piece of aluminum
CUT TO SIZE
FIRST PEG... 5624 TO GO...
IN THE WORKS...
I am working with a buddy of mine whom i went to school with back in the days of grad school. Jeremy is helping
a Bead Machine.
Using the general template and techniques of fusing beads together we created a
a machined jig that will
allow me to
work with multiple stack
layers of fusion beads
on the same image in a proficient and timely manner.
Basically a peg board with longer pegs and more work space to create reproductions.
Jeremy has been so kind to document the making of this process, The Bead Machine
in the making
things are coming along smoothly.
I would like to share this with you and give a shout out to his shop out in
Humboldt County for an awesome job. His shop is called WoodLab Design and the link to their
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