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Sunday, March 18, 2012

Metal Ducting Tape

 I decided to play with some metal ducting tape.  First I removed the backing and attached some graph paper to the back of the tape.  Then I cut out some squares.

Then I used a pounce wheel on the paper side to simulate rivets on the metal.

Next I took a plastic skewer to scribe lines on the paper side of two other squares.

 I also tried to use the pounce wheel on the scribed panels.  I figure it will work for a variety of details on buildings and other terrain. 

Hope you like.
Snitchy sends.

3 comments:

  1. Oh, that looks very cool. I got some metal duct tape but it doesn't have backing. I was going to try it for some corrugated fence but it's not working so far.

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  2. It needs the extra material to strengthen it up. The tape and paper gives it just enough thickness.
    Snitchy sends.

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  3. Great tips. very well-written, keyword-oriented and incredibly useful. its really interesting to many readers. I really appreciate this, thanks

    Plastic Ducting

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