[Konvas] for sound soft barney project

Speedbird@acousticturtle.plus.com speedbird at acousticturtle.plus.com
Sun Jan 29 07:27:36 EST 2017

Very interesting PS.

I didn't know it came so thin which is news to me. I have the thick stuff all over my roof and there is nothing better for water proofing and longevity but it is expensive. It is lovely to work with and when heated up it bends and shapes well. Never thought of making a barney with lead but it makes sense.  Great to melt and cast objects. I used to buy lead weights from my local fishing tackle shop and melt them down on the kitchen gas stove. Used to cast sculpture figures etc and paint them with bronze paint, cheating I know but looks as good as genuine bronze.

I have lots of garden pots made from lead and are over 100 years old and still look like new.


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> On 29 Jan 2017, at 01:25, Pierre Samuel Rioux via Cinema <cinema at konvas.org> wrote:
> I just find this about available sheet of lead.
> I was looking for zinc for plating and i found this.
> here the link
> https://rotometals.com/lead-sheet/
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> later i will made one running with charcoal for larger size .It's just a hobby project to made some parts for me ... i like doing ting DIY
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