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Saturday, January 7, 2012

4PAM Bench Tip: Keeps those metal clay kinetic components moving!


As promised in the first 4PAM post here's my secret to keeping my metal clay contraptions moving when firing completely assembled greenware! Works great for metal clay hinges, interlocking pieces, and touching surfaces. Click below for the rest of the tutorial preview, download for the clearest version!

**FULL PDF TUTORIAL CLICK HERE**



11 comments:

  1. Ohh, good tip Wanaree - this I have to try! :)

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  2. Click below what to get the rest of the information please. I am lost

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  3. Click where it says pulverised paperclay and the pdf will open

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  4. Thanks Sara!

    Click on the tutorial page it'll take you to the rest of the PDF listed on Google Docs. You can download it there at the bottom of the page. Thanks!

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  5. This is just ingenious, Wanaree! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  6. Thanks Margaret!! Wish I could claim it genius, it was just fortunate messiness!!

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  7. Haven't even downloaded yet and I'm beyond excited!!! I have been trying different methods for years to get things to not stick. Thanks!!!!!!!!

    Sue McNenly

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  8. OK....now I've watched it...THANKS AGAIN:) Question...is the paperclay so fine and light that it doesn't cause any pitting or anything? Am I aiming for a 'solidish' powdering, or just the lightest dusting?

    Have a great day.

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    1. Nope no pitting what so ever from my experience. It's a pretty fine powder I dust it as much as you would when rolling out pizza dough or something along those lines! I haven't had an issues with using too much at all. :)

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  9. Is there anything else we can do with Creative Paper clay and metal clay?

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