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Foam Patterning and Construction Techniques by Mary McClung

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index

Note: Page numbers followed by “f” refer to figures and followed by “t” refer to tables.

adapting preformed shapes 134, 134f

additive foam patterning 628

adhesives: for flexible foam 1619, 17t, 18f, 1401; for rigid foam 17t, 1920, 19f

airbrushes 165, 165f

angles 98, 12830, 128f, 129f, 130f, 133f

antron fleece 15960, 159f

armor, foam 789, 78f; project 2018

assembly area 140, 140f

asymmetrical objects 94, 94f

band saws 11, 13f, 72f

belt sanders 13f, 14, 31

bevel allowances 80f, 106, 136, 137f

beveling: on assembly 80, 140; corners 98, 12830, 128f, 129f, 130f, 133f

bevels, cutting 138, 140

bias, lying on 152, 152f

biodegradable foams 4

box cutters 11

calipers 116, 116f

center dividing line 71, 72, 73f, 95, 95f

chemical awareness ...

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