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Vintage Fabric – Vintage Steam Train Illustration Kids Pattern by littlesmilemakers – Vintage Fabric with Spoonflower – Printed on Minky Fabric by the Yard

  • You’ve selected: Minky fabric — Measures 54″ wide (137 cm). Plush cuddle fabric, slightly stretchy, chenille-like knit, 100% polyester. Is appropriate for baby blankets, changing pad and Boppy® covers, quilt backings, pillows, plushies, lounge wear, soft winter hats, scarves and and other cold weather accessories. This design will be digitally printed onto the fabric type you choose from the drop down menu.
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Vintage Fabric – Vintage Steam Train Illustration Kids Pattern by littlesmilemakers – Vintage Fabric with Spoonflower – Printed on Minky Fabric by the Yard will be perfect for your next crafts or sewing project! This design will be digitally printed on demand onto the fabric type you choose from the drop down menu. Unfortunately, we do not offer half yards. *Please note, while we have done our best to accurately represent the color, colors can show up very different… More >>

Vintage Fabric – Vintage Steam Train Illustration Kids Pattern by littlesmilemakers – Vintage Fabric with Spoonflower – Printed on Minky Fabric by the Yard

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ANTIQUE EMMERT PATTERN MAKER’S VISE tubalcain


Tubalcain demonstrates the Emmert vise. I believe this to be model K-1. Here is a website that has a type study for these vises. There were apparently many styles & models over the years. www.mprime.com

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FOUNDRY PATTERN MAKING part 3 Steam Engine metal casting tubalcain


This will be a multi part video on foundry pattern making. A wooden pattern is used to make an impression in the sand mold. A silica sand core is inserted to produce the cylinder bore in the casting. A wood pattern of the cylinder is turned on the Clausing lathe.

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FOUNDRY PATTERN MAKING part 6 Steam Engine cores tubalcain


This is a multi part video on foundry pattern making. A wooden pattern is used to make an impression in the sand mold. A silica sand core is inserted to produce the cylinder bore in the casting. A wooden pattern of the cylinder is turned on the Clausing lathe.

25 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - October 16, 2011 at 10:41 pm

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FOUNDRY PATTERN MAKING part 5 Steam Engine metal casting tubalcain


This will be a multi part video on foundry pattern making. A wooden pattern is used to make an impression in the sand mold. A silica sand core is inserted to produce the cylinder bore in the casting. A wooden pattern of the cylinder is turned on the Clausing lathe.

23 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - September 14, 2011 at 10:47 pm

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FOUNDRY PATTERN MAKING part 1 Steam Engine tubalcain


This will be a multi part video on foundry pattern making. A wooden pattern is used to make an impression in the mold. A sand core is inserted to produce the cylinder bore in the casting.

21 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - April 18, 2011 at 10:34 pm

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