2 edition of Pattern-making for engineers found in the catalog.
Pattern-making for engineers
Horner, Joseph Gregory.
1950 by Technical P .
Written in English
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Horner. Great book. Very helpful in understanding the "why's" of pattern making. I have many draping and pattern making books, and have studies both through various institutions. With such a complicated and versatile subject it is always helpful to have as much information and varied ways of having it explained/5(42).
This e-book is about the many ways of getting basic well ﬁtting basic blocks to use as a starting point for personal pattern making. There are several types of method: Draft your own basic blocks from measurements.
What's taught in pattern making textbooks. Good if you enjoy the maths and geometry involved, but not necessary. Kathleen started production patternmaking in Starting inshe began providing consulting and engineering services to manufacturers, small companies, and startups with an emphasis on developing owner-operator domestic cut-and-sew operations.
Read as part of a pattern making class and while the info is good, I don't think I would get as much from the book without a knowledgeable teacher. Some of the instructions are unclear, and the methods are more difficult and yield the same results, and the illustrations are some time ambiguous.
I would still recommend this book though, worth /5. Custom home décor. Shopping Cart - $ No products in the cart. Practical Violin Making (With Fill Size Folded Pattern Laid in) by Fraser, Edmund and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Additional Physical Format: Online version: Horner, Joseph Gregory, Pattern-making for engineers.
London, Technical Press, (OCoLC) Pattern making. A patternmaker typically employs one of two methods to create a pattern. The flat-pattern method is where the entire pattern is drafted on a flat surface from measurements, using rulers, curves and straight-edges.
A pattern maker would also use various tools such as a notcher, drill and awl to mark the pattern. Usually, flat patterning begins with the creation of a sloper or. The idea of pattern making software is that you put in your measurements, and it produces the patterns for you.
All the software brands use different measurements and different ways of calculating the patterns. There are 2 steps in using software. You put in your measurements, and reﬁne the ﬁt if necessary.