Today it was time for some more router work on the MultiCam. The upper arms were first and routed from two pieces of 1″ thick 30 lb Precision Board. I routed a slot into them to fit around the 1″ X 2″structural steel.
I routed the table top in four pieces. The main part of the top was built as a lower and upper section. I routed a cross slot in the top to accept a welded 1″ X 1″ square tubing frame. I applied some PB Bond fast set glue to the two halves and then served them together. Two more pieces for the front and back of the table top were then fastened to the top. These two pieces had the words ‘Precision Board’ routed into them.
Tomorrow I’ll sculpt a layer of sculpting epoxy over them to add detail and add the figures and thumb to each arm. I’ll also texture the top on all sides with the die grinder. That leaves only a little sculpting on the upper body and head to go before the painting begins.
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