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Old 22nd March 2008, 05:54 PM   #11
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did anybody post pattern templates for different size drivers ??
There are a large number of templates. In actuality only 1 example of a radial template & of a linear template is required plus the ability to scale your print.

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Where would one find the templates?
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Old 22nd March 2008, 07:04 PM   #14
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GPaper.exe version 4.03

The link to download the routine is near the bottom of the page. In it you will need to select "polar paper", "36 divisions" and set the diameter just less than the set of blocks you want to install. By this, you can print a template to satisfy your whims.

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The posts subsequent to that one contain a gracious plenty of information for "how to".

The brush recommended by Bud is a 3/8" wide, flat form, sable haired "area coverage" water color brush. As there are many options for those (price points), I opted to leave that decision to you. I have seen them available at a variety of craft and "big box" stores.
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In actuality only 1 example of a radial template & of a linear template is required plus the ability to scale your print.
Generic templates in pdf format (someone please QC these, i just regenerated them.

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and a dxf (v12 for compatibility)
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The brush recommended by Bud is a 3/8" wide, flat form, sable haired "area coverage" water color brush. As there are many options for those (price points), I opted to leave that decision to you. I have seen them available at a variety of craft and "big box" stores.
For those in Canada, Michaels has a starter brush set for $9 that has a wide selection of good brushes. I use the blue handled ones for gloss & yellow handled ones for puzzle coat.

The others you can use for something else.

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