The coarser logs are ground first with an angle grinder, then sanded, and sanded from coarse to fine sandpaper over and over again. Do not
grind fine sandpaper and return to coarse sandpaper. If there are cracks in the logs, the cracks can be repaired with 502 glue (instant
glue) and polished ebony powder during the grinding process.
Prepare a square of paper first, fold it up diagonally to get a crisscross crease, then open it, then fold the squares in parallel to get a
small rectangle, and then fold the small triangles on both sides inwards along the crease to get a triangle , Then flip one of the corners
up and repeat the fourth step for the other three corners. Then fold the two lower corners toward the center and fold the other three sides.
Repeat the above steps in the fifth step to get the first picture below. Then turn one corner up and fold the other three sides. Then, in
the top corner, pull the folded four corners down again, and then fold the top two sides closer to the center, and the other three sides
should be folded. Then you can put the bottom corner up. Turn it out, and all four corners will be turned over, so that it will be folded.
Beaded handmade basic tools:
1, cutting pliers (also known as oblique pliers, line money): used to cut off some of the finer wire or inappropriate length of the needle,
etc., it is recommended not to use to cut the rough steel ring (such as ring, handcuffs Circle, etc.);
2, round nose pliers (also known as round nose pliers, circular pliers): used to bend a beautiful round, generally used for 9-pin, T-pin,
3, needle-nosed pliers (2 kinds of flat mouth or with a tooth pattern): can be used to flatten positioning beads, bend the line or needle
straight, split open laps and so on. The toothless pliers can avoid leaving marks on the fittings and affect the appearance; toothed pliers
can prevent items from falling off; other more uses need to be practiced slowly;
4, dumplings: used to clip some small accessories, sticky drill or stick small things especially needed;
5, scissors: used to cut lines and ropes;
6, glue: If you do not have to stick, do not prepare it anyway, the glue is divided AB glue, instant glue, hot melt adhesive
AB glue - is used to stick drill a kind of stick out effect is better,
Quick-drying adhesive—usually used as an aid, after drying it is more brittle, avoids falling, is not suitable for stick-drilling, sticks
out of the edge of white, generally I use it for bottoming
Hot melt adhesive - suitable for sticky fabrics, also need to stick ear. There is also a hot melt glue gun, this is used with thermal glue,
glue strip can be heated directly with the use of fire, but it will make the glue black to affect the production effect, if the demand is
higher, with glue gun use better;
Manual toothpick house who understands?
First, use a wide transparent tape as the bottom, the kind of sticky box, with the sticky side facing up, so that your toothpicks can be
Secondly, several toothpicks were divided into two groups, which were staggered with rows of toothpick walls so that the wall reinforcement
work was completed.
Third, paint 502 the toothpicks in the above two steps.
Fourthly, after 502 is done, you will pick up the transparent tape. The side of the toothpick wall will face down. Use a hair dryer to melt
the soft glue on the transparent glue. The toothpick wall will fall because of gravity.