This complete guide to mouldmaking and modelling is suitable for the artist wanting to cast a bust, the hobbyist making figures for game playing or the workman wanting to make a filler for a broken picture frame.
Author: Jean-Pierre Delpech
Publisher: Herbert Press
This complete guide to mouldmaking and modelling is suitable for the artist wanting to cast a bust, the hobbyist making figures for game playing or the workman wanting to make a filler for a broken picture frame. The book covers a wide range of materials such as plaster, resin and silicone as well as the equipment that is needed. Highly illustrated, the book is filled with step-by-step instructions that will guide the user through the process of making first rate moulds and models.
Table 4.1: Aim and influence values in the mouldmaking process [1.1,1.2] Sand quality sand composition preparation behaviour sand temperature technogical properties Technical parameters of the mouldmaking process Figure 4.2: Aim and ...
Author: Werner Tilch
Publisher: Fachverlag Schiele & Schoen
According to estimates, modern foundries in Germany, Europe and worldwide replace about 70 % of their lost moulds with moulds made of bentonite-bonded materials. The main mould components are quartz sand, bentonite and water. These components are compacted in one of the most productive procedures in the foundry. One of the main advantages of this moulding material system is the ability to restore the bonding power of most of the material. This ability creates a moulding material circulation system. This system and the use of mostly inorganic moulding materials make this creation of moulds the most environmentally friendly choice for the cast part production. Because of this circulation of moulding materials and specifically because of the bentonite/water bonding system, the preparation of moulds made from bentonite-bonded moulding materials is very different from making moulds and cores using materials with chemical binders. This manual describes the handling and preparation of bentonite-bonded moulding materials as well as the moulding material recovery and re-use after forming the cast part.
Despite the strong element of informal networking among the many small firms that comprise the cluster, membership in the formal association representing the mould makers is quite uneven. The strong, competitive personalities of some of ...
Author: Charlie Karlsson
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
Category: Business & Economics
'This volume is an important step in furthering the discussion about how cluster strategies work and the implications for theory and policy.' – Jennifer Clark, Review of Regional Studies The role of innovations and clusters has increasingly dominated local and regional development policies in recent decades. This authoritative and accessible Handbook considers important aspects of high-tech clusters, analyses insightful cluster case studies, and provides a number of recommendations for cluster policies. The chapters in this Handbook are written by international experts in the field and present evidence of the scope, effects, and potential of clusters as concentrations of innovative activities. The authors emphasize that cluster development is not the only option for local and regional development and argue that for cluster policies to be worthwhile, supporting policies in fields such as education, R&D, transportation, and communication infrastructure must accompany most cluster policies. Furthermore, several contributions stress that clusters often develop along a life cycle that may end with decline and even the disappearance of clusters. Consequently, this Handbook provides the basis for improving both research on innovation and clusters and the formulation and implementation of cluster policies. Furnishing the reader with rich, comprehensive discussion of innovations and clusters, this Handbook will be an essential source for researchers and academics in the field, as well as policymakers, planners and specialists, development experts and agencies, and consultants.
In: P. Cooke (Ed.): Handbook of Regional Innovation and Growth. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 211–221. Asheim, B.T., Isaksen, A., ... CENTIMFE, 2012: Technological Center for the Mouldmaking, Special Tooling and Plastics Industries.
Author: Ulrich Hilpert
Category: Political Science
This handbook provides a comprehensive global survey of the politics of technology. Written by an outstanding line up of distinguished scholars in the field, the handbook covers all aspects of the relationship between politics and technology including: Demand and support for new technologies and innovation by the state The effects of technology policies Technology development and innovation difference between various countries and regions Policy instruments and techno-industrial innovation Dynamism and change as outcomes of government policies Driving forces for science and innovative development Forming the basis of this handbook are examples of regional development, country studies and a rich variety of technologies, as well as topical issues such as divergent political interests in relation to technology and the economic exploitation of technologies. Employing a comparative and interdisciplinary approach in order to analyse the interplay between government activities and the development of new technologies, this handbook will be an invaluable resource for all students, scholars and practitioners working in the politics of technology, public policy and policy analysis.
... to be cast directly on to the base in a material such as DAS or Plasticine, using the outline drawing as a guide. ... If you have used DAS or some other material that sets hard, you can speed up the mouldmaking process by using an ...
Author: Colin Winslow
Category: Performing Arts
The Handbook of Model-making for Set Designers describes the entire process of making scale models for stage sets, from the most basic cutting and assembling methods to more advanced skills, including painting, texturing and finishing techniques, and useful hints on presenting the completed model. Many drawings and colour photographs of the writer's own work illustrate the text. Some state-of-the-art computerized techniques are described here for the first time in a book of this kind, including many ways in which digital techniques can be used in combination with the more traditional methods to enhance the model-maker's work. This book will be of use not only to theatre designers, but to anyone with an interest in scale models of any kind. The book covers; tools and materials; painting and texturing; architectural models; people, trees and organic elements; moving parts; furniture and dressings. Superbly illustrated with 200 colour photographs and drawings.
Author: Catherine RichardsonPublish On: 2016-09-13
Mould, Makers of the Harpsichord, 181– 182. 35 Leonardo Fioravanti, Dello specchio di scientia universale (Venice, 1564), f. 116v-117r: E dunque necessario al maestro di tal arte, per fare li detti instrumenti esser diligentissimo ...
Author: Catherine Richardson
The Routledge Handbook of Material Culture in Early Modern Europe marks the arrival of early modern material culture studies as a vibrant, fully-established field of multi-disciplinary research. The volume provides a rounded, accessible collection of work on the nature and significance of materiality in early modern Europe – a term that embraces a vast range of objects as well as addressing a wide variety of human interactions with their physical environments. This stimulating view of materiality is distinctive in asking questions about the whole material world as a context for lived experience, and the book considers material interactions at all social levels. There are 27 chapters by leading experts as well as 13 feature object studies to highlight specific items that have survived from this period (defined broadly as c.1500–c.1800). These contributions explore the things people acquired, owned, treasured, displayed and discarded, the spaces in which people used and thought about things, the social relationships which cluster around goods – between producers, vendors and consumers of various kinds – and the way knowledge travels around those circuits of connection. The content also engages with wider issues such as the relationship between public and private life, the changing connections between the sacred and the profane, or the effects of gender and social status upon lived experience. Constructed as an accessible, wide-ranging guide to research practice, the book describes and represents the methods which have been developed within various disciplines for analysing pre-modern material culture. It comprises four sections which open up the approaches of various disciplines to non-specialists: ‘Definitions, disciplines, new directions’, ‘Contexts and categories’, ‘Object studies’ and ‘Material culture in action’. This volume addresses the need for sustained, coherent comment on the state, breadth and potential of this lively new field, including the work of historians, art historians, museum curators, archaeologists, social scientists and literary scholars. It consolidates and communicates recent developments and considers how we might take forward a multi-disciplinary research agenda for the study of material culture in periods before the mass production of goods.
As McClure (2011a) notes, the entry for mouldmaker in the second edition of the OED had lexical attestations from 1780 onwards, but the new entry in the third edition has been antedated by more than 400 years using surname evidence ...
Author: Carole Hough
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
In this handbook, scholars from around the world offer an up-to-date account of the state of the art in different areas of onomastics, in a format that is both useful to specialists in related fields and accessible to the general reader. All known languages make use of names, most commonly to identify individual people and places. Since Ancient Greece, names have been regarded as central to the study of language, and this has continued to be a major theme of both philosophical and linguistic enquiry throughout the history of Western thought. The investigation of name origins is more recent, as is the study of names in literature. Relatively new is the study of names in society, which draws on techniques from sociolinguistics and has gradually been gathering momentum over the last few decades. The structure of this volume reflects the emergence of the main branches of name studies, in roughly chronological order. The first Part focuses on name theory and outlines key issues about the role of names in language, focusing on grammar, meaning, and discourse. Parts II and III deal with the study of place-names and personal names respectively, while Part IV outlines contrasting approaches to the study of names in literature, with case studies from different languages and time periods. Part V explores the field of socio-onomastics, with chapters relating to the names of people, places, and commercial products. Part VI then examines the interdisciplinary nature of name studies, before the concluding Part presents a selection of animate and inanimate referents ranging from aircraft to animals, and explains the naming strategies adopted for them.
Machine Mouldmakers and Coremakers operate machines to make foundry moulds and cores . Profile Summary Examples of Job Titles APTITUDES G V 4 4 A z M N 4 S 4 Р 4 Q 4 к F 4 Ceramic Mouldmaker Machine Coremaker 3 w3 INTERESTS OMI DATA ...
A Guide to Family Name Research in the 21st Century Debbie Kennett ... the OED's entry for 'mouldmaker' now includes a 1337 reference to Gilbertus le moldemaker, whose name appears in a register of the freemen of the city of York.
Author: Debbie Kennett
Publisher: The History Press
Every surname has its own story to tell, and a surname study is a natural complement to family history research. The study of surnames has been revolutionised in the last decade with the increasing availability of online resources, and it is now easier than ever before to explore the history, evolution, distribution and meaning of your family name. The Surnames Handbook provides a comprehensive guide to researching your surname using genealogical methods in conjunction with the latest advances in DNA testing and surname mapping. The book explores the key resources that are used to study a surname and is packed with links to relevant websites giving you everything you need to research your surname in one compact volume.
If the available mould technology is outdated ( there are only a few good mould makers capable of providing the appropriate mould design for LR and / or HTV ) , it is also possible to choose adhesives or even welding ( the latter may be ...
Author: Bryan G. Crowther
Publisher: iSmithers Rapra Publishing
Category: Technology & Engineering
Annotation. Many books and papers have been published on adhesion of materials in general but the topics covered by this book have been selected to cover a wide range of interests, both in terms of products and applications. Although there is some discussion of relevant theory in various sections of d104, the emphasis in this volume has been to concentrate on the practicalities of bonding of rubbers, to themselves and substrates. It is considered that this type of information is of immediate interest to the practising technologist dealing with shop floor problems on a daily basis.