Five processes are required for wood board to be used in building model

It is very common for wooden boards to be used in architectural models, but wooden boards need to go through five processes before they can be used in architectural models. If no treatment measures are taken, such a wooden board is a wooden board. It has no meaning and cannot be derived into an architectural model. The material has no derivative meaning. Once such a wooden board is meaningless, it is indispensable to the architectural model, rather than dispensable. The difference between the two is that one has use value and the other has no use value. The use of wooden planks for building models requires five processes.


One: bending

When manufacturing the front and back of the oval wingtip or extruding the thin shell shell, the wood should also be bent. The primary methods are: fire, blanching, and cold drawing. Can be applied according to regulations.

Two: piece together

For the widening and lengthening of the wood, pay attention to maintaining the leveling after patching. Pay attention to the position of the tree ring when handling the thickened type, so that it is not suitable for bending and deformation after patching.

Three: planing

Because today’s manufacturing raw materials are mostly entrusted with planing, planks and woods are usually not planed, otherwise they will use more unique specifications and models of raw materials for their own manufacturing or activities. Now when it is used in the manufacture of remote control type large model shells or simulation models, it is necessary to use planing to trim the surface to improve efficiency and manufacturing quality.

Four: cutting

Cut off unnecessary parts of the wood, or extract the required boards, front and rear edges, webs, and wing ribs from the wood. Pay attention to the orientation of the mahogany grain when cutting, use light and then slowly increase the force until it is cut, not two cuts, especially when cutting diagonal lines.


Five: polishing

When polishing, follow the direction of the mahogany grain, evenly balance the weight first and then light, and choose the appropriate sandpaper for polishing. Before polishing, it is usually polished with water-abrasive sandpaper.