a nice rolling tool

Discussion in 'Tools of the Trade' started by yaniv, Apr 6, 2007.

  1. yaniv

    yaniv Active Member

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    i just found a simpel ida how to make a good rooling tool

    so here we go

    the tool is actually a sponge on A4 size

    its very stiff sponge (taking from my computer case)

    1. i cut the part
    2.i put the part on the sponge
    3.i use screw to roll the part
    4.we have a fix and very nice rolling part

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  2. BARX2

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    Looks good yaniv. Better than rolling on your leg (like I do). :)
  3. yaniv

    yaniv Active Member

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    lol u right BARX i use to do it on the leg to
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    yaniv Active Member

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    i just tray it on very smoll parts

    and its outstending :)
  5. BARX2

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    Yes. Erik te Groen told me about rolling on the leg and it does work very well. :)
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    Leg sound easier than the palm of my hand like I do....
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    And I gotta see if I have any of that packing material left. The FG B-52 is bigger than my leg....
  7. BARX2

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    I use the palm of my hand, too. I have a foam mouse pad, but it's too stiff and takes too much pressure to get a good curve in the card. I use my palm and leg most of the time. I need to look for some foam like that, too. All these tubes were rolled with the palm and leg method. :)

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