Re: [1listSculpting] Where to get very small raised letters/numbers.
- Check these out:
If you're looking form something to make depressions into your work then one
of those ought to be suitable. If you're looking at adding raised letters to
your work, you might be able to use those to make a press-mold of whatever
letter markings you're planning on using.
On Sunday 04 January 2004 04:10 am, John wrote:
> Is there any place where one can get very small raised letters and
> numbers, about the size of typewriter print, or preferrably a bit
> smaller? Plastic would be ideal, but almost any material would do.
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- Thank you all for replying, your posts were quite helpful. The raised
letters/numbers closest to my needs may be found here, they look to be
At 03:51 PM 01/05/2004 +0000, you wrote:
>--- In 1listSculpting@yahoogroups.com, "John" <emails@b...> wrote:[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> > Hello,
> > Is there any place where one can get very small raised letters and
> > numbers, about the size of typewriter print, or preferrably a bit
> > smaller? Plastic would be ideal, but almost any material would do.
> > Thanks,
> > John
>Just to add, as an alternative to Slaters and Walthers - try Scalelink
>at, I think:
>They do three sets of small to very small letters and numerals in
>thin etched brass as well as lots of other interesting stuff that can
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