Tip Dressers are a very useful tool for keeping proper nugget strength and nugget size in the process of crafting copper. However, in order for them to serve you properly, you will need to know how to use them properly. For these reasons, we have developed the below simple to follow guidelines. The following hints are then dressed back to their normal size and shape.
First, when you measure the width or length of a piece of cloth, you should then do so from one end of the cloth to another end. In the present embodiment, the end face 6 c refers to the length of the cloth that is measured from the centerline of the diameter extending portion 6 c to the end face 6 d of the bottom edge of the piece of cloth. The centerline of the diameter extending portions 6 and is the centerline of the cloth as seen when the piece of cloth is viewed flat. In this example, the distance between the centerline of the cloth and the end face 6 c can be varied.
Second, you will need to determine which of two different types of Tip Dresser wire is appropriate. In the example just described, the wire is either a left-hand threading cutter or a right-hand threading cutter. Each type of cutter has its advantages. Left-hand threading cutters are easier to work with since the wire doesn’t rotate clockwise as does the right-hand version. Right-hand threading cutters are easier to handle because the wire rotates counterclockwise and thus is easier to grasp.
Third, with this basic knowledge you will be ready to select your preferred cutting method. With the simple knowledge described in this article you can choose a method that has been shown to reduce excess heat generation, maximize tip life, minimize electrical contact wear and tear, provide for easy cleaning and be safe during processing. These requirements must be met if your tip dresser needs to be used to make hair dryers, hair straighteners, hair curlers, face scrubs, pomade and/or nail glue. It is also possible to cut fabrics using a thermal cutting blade, a metal blade or a stone diamond tip. You can use a rotary cutter, however these tend to work best on softer materials such as cotton and silk and provide little versatility.
Fourth, after selecting the appropriate method for the specific fabric you will be cutting, the next step is to prepare the bevels and channel openings in your fabric cutting beveling tool. A cloth or paper towel may be used to help you hold the bevels and channel openings in place so they will be able to remain in their original positions after the item is placed into the tip dresser according to the invention. Some of the products sold on the market today are made from a material that allows the blade to move along an axis without any difficulty while others allow the blade to rotate at an angle and still others allow the blade to move along only one direction. These products should be selected based on the type of job that will require the tip dresser and the amount of work that will be performed on the beveled edges of the cutting piece.
Finally, the last step is to position the blade in the correct position inside the beveled area. A good rule of thumb is to keep the cutter between two and four inches from the edge of the item being cut. If the blade and the bevel are installed at different angles, adjust the cutter head as needed until the item can be accurately positioned between the cutting edge and the inside lip or edge of the beveled edge. The proper placement of the blade and the beveled edges of the cutting piece should be achieved before the other steps are complete in order for the end product to be properly aligned.