Paper Mould Making

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Directory to Mould Making Posts

With a few exceptions these posts appear in reverse order in the blog. Click on the category link “Paper Mould Making” for links to these posts.

Construction of Moulds and Deckles

  • #1 Season and Prepare Wood for Moulds, Deckles and Ribs
  • #2 Sharpen Tools
  • #3 Prepare Frame Stock for Paper Moulds
  • #4 Shaping Rib Stock
  • #5 Mould Frame Joinery
  • #6 Rib Spacing Layout
  • #7 Shaping the Rib Pegs
  • #8 Drilling Holes in the Frame to Support the Ribs
  • #9 Finishing the Ribs
  • #10 Assembling the Mould Frame and Ribs
  • #11 Fitting Waterbars and Brace Rods
  • #12 Gluing Moulds
  • #13 Making Corner Braces
  • #14 Fitting Corner Braces
  • #15 Pinning Ribs, Corners and Brace Rods
  • #16 Leveling the Ribs
  • #17 Finishing the Mould Frame
  • #18 Definitions of some Unfamiliar Terms
  • #19 Straightening Paper Mould Laid Wires
  • #20 Making Laid Facings
  • #21 Making a Backing on the Loom
  • #22 Fitting Backing and Facing to a Double Faced Laid Mould
  • #22-1/2 Fitting the Laid Facing to a Single Faced Mould
  • #23 Sewing a Double Faced Laid Mould
  • #24 The Functions of Backing Wires
  • #25 Wove Backing
  • #26 Making the Grid for Wove Backing
  • #27 Mould Brass Sheathing
  • #28 Fit Wove Facing and Sew
  • #29 Copper Edge Strips and a few more details
  • #30 Getting Ready to make Deckles
  • #31 Tool Kit for Deckle Joinery
  • #32 Deckle Joinery: the Mortise Side
  • #33 Deckle Joinery: Tenon End Part 1
  • #34 Deckle Joinery: Tenon End Part 2
  • #35 Deckle Joinery: Tenon End Part 3
  • #36 Deckle Joint Dimensions
  • #37 Fitting the Deckle to the Mould
  • #38 Deckle Rim Curvature
  • #39 Gluing the Deckle
  • #40 More Deckle Details
  • #41 Shaping the Deckle Part 1
  • #42 Final Shaping of the Deckle
  • #43 Adjusting a Deckle: (another advantage of the ‘pinwheel’ joint)
  • #44 Preparing a Deckle for Sheathing
  • #45 Sheathing a Deckle

Miscellaneous Paper Mould Posts

  • Further Thoughts on Mould Construction
  • Repairing a Broken Paper Mould

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