Steps on Making a Basic T-fold
This article describes the steps to making a basic T-fold, one of the main categories of fold-forming. Numerous variations are possible from this simple starting place.
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This page describes the steps to making a basic T-fold, one of the main categories of fold-forming. Numerous variations are possible from this simple starting place.
An example of a T-fold forged with the legs pinned in the vise. On the right is one where the entire table area was thinned with a rounded hammer face, thus arching over the table when annealed and opened
An example of a basic T-fold forged with the legs free. Note how the twisting is modified and affects the table shape upon opening.
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Master goldsmith Charles Lewton-Brain trained, studied and worked in Germany, Canada and the United States to learn the skills he uses. Charles Lewton-Brain is one of the original creators of Ganoksin.
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