By John Sharp
A suite of paper sliceform versions made of intersecting units of parallel planes which slot jointly to generate attention-grabbing third-dimensional surfaces. The booklet encompasses a various choice of types to chop out and make, and a proof of ways they have been produced.
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7. Brush a thin coating of paste or glue on to the linen. 8. Place the linen strip, pasted side uppermost, on the centre of a piece of waste paper. 9. , one half, of the linen is covered as in fig. 15, and press down firmly. By lifting the waste paper as shown by the arrows in fig. 15, draw the remainder of the linen over on to the book and rub down well through the paper. Remove the waste paper and place the book on one side until the paste is dry. The linen need not be all in one piece, the required length could be built up from odd scraps 2" wide butted edge to edge as suggested in fig.
Place the board with its true edge against the fence and the true corner against the ledge and cut off the waste. Do this with all the pieces before moving the fence so that all the pieces are identical. BASIC OPERATIONS 23 In cutting with the card cutter it is important that the board be held firmly against the ledge, or the fence, or both, for unless this is done the board is very liable to slip and so produce a cut which is not true. t— $ $ ♦ | 3 I c i Fig. 5 If the card is thick and difficult to cut in the normal way, it will be found that little chopping motions of the blade will cut through quite thick card, but beware of straining the cutter by trying to cut material for which it was not intended.
28. Paste the cloth for the back. Place the back of the book exactly on the centre pencil line, COVERING THE b a c k . 42 B IN D IN G A SINGLE-SECTIONED BOOK fig. 26A, then lower the book on to one side of the cloth, fig. 26B. Lift the other half of the cloth and rub down well on to the spine of the book and into the edge of the board with a folder, fig. 26C. Then lower the remainder of the cloth on to the side of the board, fig. 26D. Reverse the book and lift the cloth from the first board and rub well Fig.
Sliceforms: Mathematical Models from Paper Sections by John Sharp