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Post subject: Tutorial Installing Microflex Veneer
Posted: Sun Dec 11, 2011 3:42 am
BLACK FIN TUNA
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Installing Microflex Veneer
This is merely an attempt to show how I do it. Actually the way many do it “I guess” This one is handling Abalone Veneer Microflex with the heat gun method. Please keep in mind I am not a video guy and only had a webcam but came out fairly decent. So please forgive my unprofessional ism. Since all together it is like 29 minutes I had to split in parts. Hope this will help one or the other. More videos to come little by little. Any questions please ask.
3 parts ---- Enjoy
Here goes Part 1
Here goes Part 2
Here goes Part 3 the final part
PEACE IS FOR THOSE WHO DO NOT KNOW HOW THIS WORLD WORKS
Ron, I like my method better as your takes way too long. It’s way easier and I’m sure on my end it’s light years faster. I think if many do it this way they will agreed with my method. I take the rod & components over to you, drop it off, and come back to get it when it’s done.
I'm sure anyone starting will appreciate the time you took to do this.
Ron man TEN THUMBS up man. Great info all across the board and through out the whole video. Great tips and great methods. This method looks a lot more effective then that hot water in bowl method.
I also see what you mean in terms of using your thumbs to roll the wrap instead of a burnishing tool because you can get a feel for the wrap and what its doing, especially given using a heat gun you can tell if you still need a few more passes of heat to make it more pliable to keep wrapping so you have no cracks through the whole process.
Big thing with this is to make accurate measurements to ensure a good seam and great tips on cleaning up a mishap with an uneven seam or gap!!..
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