Wallpaper patterns may be divided into two principal classes, the “one-top” or straight pattern papers, and the “two-top” or drop patterns. It is necessary to cut these papers so that the design matches when hung. For this reason consideration of the design is necessary before cutting such papers. The top of a flower or figure must not be cut in half. The paper should be so placed that a whole flower or figure should be left about a 1/2 inch below the picture molding. A “one-top” or straight-patterned paper is one in which the design matches on opposite sides of the paper.
Now you have a tree which is ready for alloy to be poured in. This is a gravity fed process which is suitable for a wide variety of alloys – ferrous and non-ferrous. Investment casting gives you a very precise casting injection molding with a very smooth finish. It is excellent for making parts that weigh less than 10 lbs.
First we will explain the difference between a CD-ROM and a CD-R. CD-ROMs are manufactured through the process of injection modling machine to form data with a plastic polycarbonate and is referred to as replication. CD Replication is more economical to use on larger run jobs above 500 pieces. CD-Rs are made by using a laser to burn marks in a special dye on a recordable disc and is referred to as duplication. The laser changes the form of the dye, encoding the information into it. CD Duplication is typically used on smaller job below 500 pieces.
Similarly, Frank has met with other equipment managers from other NHL teams with a similar response. A broken Skate Fender means that someone can still do their job without months of recovery. The rash of foot injuries has some General Managers considering mandating Skate Fenders for their players. With players like Zdeno Chara of the Boston Bruins clocking almost 106 miles per hour on a slap shot, it’s no wonder that Skate Fenders have taken off so quickly.
To get a ball park idea of what the clips might cost we calculated what it would cost to produce the clips using injection Plastic Molding Machine India with a 20 cavity mold. We came up with a cost of about $0.0125 per clip. (1-1/4 cents per clip). The tooling was about $13,000.
Let us know how your stone turns out. Photos would be great in any case… good or bad. If you don’t like the way the stone turns out, which I doubt will be the case, a photo will give us an idea of what went wrong. I’ve just done some tiles in the various colors to use as new color charts, so the Yellow or Buff should give you what you want. If it’s too yellow for you… use the Buff color as the base for the next batch. Buff is a little “tanner” than the yellow, but remember that the Brown “DUSTING” of the molds should tone the Yellow down quite a bit.
Good luck with your project, and please do get back to us with feedback as to how the coloring turned out for you. And we always like to see the results of our do-it-yourself training articles, so feel free to send photos of your projects.