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Online Class: Jim Miller: Three Methods For Mounting Three-Dimensional Objects

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  1. FramerInTraining

    FramerInTraining MGF, Master Grumble Framer

    Online Class: Jim Miller: Three Methods For Mounting Three-Dimensional Objects

    You can sign up here:

    https://squareup.com/store/framing/...ethods-for-mounting-three-dimensional-objects

    Three Methods For Mounting Three-Dimensional Objects
    Action agenda for video
    November 10th, 2018
    1:00 pm EST
    60 minutes

    I. Mylar-D (clear polyester film)
    A. Overlay “Spider” mount for Medals/Coins–DEMONSTRATION [after slide 3]
    1. Medallion mount
    a. Trace shape
    b. Trim clear film
    c. Attach to backer using fillet tape
    B. Medallion mounts
    1. Show & tell examples in-hand. No demo
    2. Show photos in PowerPoint [slides 4 through 10]
    C. Recto/Verso Mylar mount for coins [slide 11]
    1. Show & tell example in-hand. No demo
    D. Mylar Strap mount for cylindrical objects [slide 12]
    1. Show & tell example in-hand. No demo
    E. Book Mount [slide 13]
    1. Show & tell example in-hand. No demo
    F. Removable Book Mount [slide 14]
    1. Show & tell example in-hand. No demo
    G. Newspaper Mount [slide 15]
    1. Show & tell example in-hand. No demo
    H. Wrap Mount-playing cards [slide 16]
    1. Show & tell example in-hand. No demo
    II. Formed Rod Mounts
    A. Show drawing & photo of creation [slides 18-19]
    B. Formed rod mount -DEMONSTRATION
    1. Form a rod mount to fit the contours of an object
    2. Cover with shrink tubing
    3. Use heat to shrink the tubing
    4. Prepare mounting board for attachment
    5. Embed mount using hot-melt glue
    C. Showphotos of violin, nautilus shell, bronzed shoes [slides 20-24]
    III. Fine-Mesh Fabric Mounts
    A. Show Golf Ball photos {slide 25]
    B. Golf ball –tulle mount -DEMONSTRATION:
    1. Wrap ball
    2. Show mounting board prepared with “nest” hole & Dual Lock
    3. Stretch and attach tulle to back of mounting board
    4. Secure with Dual Lock overlays
    B. Baseball-tulle mount [slide 26]
    1. Show & tell photographs on slides-no hands-on
    C. Hockey Puck-tulle mount [slide 27]
    Show & tell example in-hand. No demo
    D. Tennis ball-Crepeline mount [slide 28]
    1. Show & tell example in-hand. No demo
    E. Antique cross stitch-Crepeline mount [slide 29]
    1. Show photographs on slides
    2. Show & tell example in-hand. No demo
     
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  2. FramerInTraining

    FramerInTraining MGF, Master Grumble Framer

    - You will have access to a recorded version to end of January 2019
    - Unlimited Views, anytime, any day
    - Your entire staff can watch and re-watch as they like
    - Jim will announce his office hours, which will be for about 10 minutes every week or so he can answer all your questions that were posted in a secret Facebook group exclusive only to the framers who purchased this class.
     
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