Just to share...
That's a white stash and some origami paper stuck together with 3M brand 77
If you're going to try this yourself, use just a thin layer of glue and let
it get a little tacky before you apply paper to pyramid. Otherwise it acts
more as a lubricant than an adhesive -- such a mess. Cleanup requires
mineral spirits or somesuch.
* I rely on www.thistothat.com for such advice. "Because," as the site
says, "people have a need to glue things to other things."
----- Original Message -----
From: "Elliott C. Evans" <eeyore@xxxxxxxx>
To: "Icehouse Discussion List" <icehouse@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, June 01, 2006 12:02 PM
Subject: Re: [Icehouse] Angles
Large: theta=94.328, bevel=47.164
Medium: theta=94.283, bevel=47.141
Small: theta=94.204, bevel=47.102
Cool, thanks. That's perfect.
So what's your building material of choice? Plain old plywood?
I don't have any solid plans yet, but I wanted the numbers on hand
for noodling purposes.
One idea was to make a wooden PC case. Sooner or later I plan to
replace my old stereo with a computer, and a cherry wood pyramid
would fit into the decor. This is bound to be cheaper than the
metal pyramid case that was posted here. I can picture it now
with the illuminated fan shining up through the metal mesh tip...
Another idea, believe it or not is to make standard-size hollow
pieces out of wood. I have a Rockler store nearby where I can buy
thin wood in various flavors. I bet I could design a jig that
would hold the wood and keep me from losing any fingertips...
Nobody should expect to see either of these from me by Origins.
Elliott C. "Eeyore" Evans
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