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D-wayne

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About D-wayne

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  • Birthday 05/24/1969

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    Kingston Ontario
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  1. Hey Folks I am going to be helping a grade one teacher with a lure painting project for the kids to have for Father's Day. I am asking for your advice on the type of paint that I can use for the clear crank bait lures that I aquired. I am also interested in giving each lure a clear coat finish to help preserve the youngsters art work. I would like to thank you for your assistance with this. I feel like I'm in for a real treat with this project. Dwayne Kingston Ontario
  2. To create the information needed to have the computer controlled cutter do the proper moves to cut out the mould shape you need a 3 dimensional design. As said Autodesk Inventor or SolidWorks software are ideal for creating such 3 dimensional design files. The ".stl" is a sequential triangle language which in simple terms uses little triangles to create the 3 dimensional design. This is a typical file type that 3D printers use to create plastic components of the 3 dimensional design. I hope this helps Personally I perfer the .stl format and the dimensions of the object so I can ensure proper sizing.
  3. Interesting Almost like a swim bug I like
  4. 2 foot per second??? Or is it 2 Seconds per foot?
  5. D-wayne

    Is It Weird?

    You get some looks from bystanders when your discussing the pros and cons of various nail polish brands and types. Every year I resupply my basic color stock of black blue white red and yellow. Awesome way to touch up jig heads weights and lures while out on the water.
  6. D-wayne

    Delmart

    http://www.google.ca/patents/US6753004 This is an example of Patent trolling where no product has been created but the idea of potential products are under patent restriction. Even though I know this is smart I can't help feeling this form of patenting is a bit underhanded.
  7. Ah there is hope thankyou so very much
  8. Thanks for the site but I am looking for glass rattles that have the groove for attatching to the skirt collar similar to the plastic rattles above
  9. First off I would like to thank everyone for posting and sharing your knowledge I have been reading a lot here so I can start making my own jigs and pour my own trailers. That being said I have found most of the how-to information to get started. What I would like to find is glass rattles that have a deep hard knock when shaken that I can use on flipping jigs. Glass rattle tube https://goo.gl/images/eti00A Jig rattle https://www.amazon.com/Northland-BR1-Buck-Shot-Rattle-Ring/dp/B0000AUVIO%3FSubscriptionId%3DAKIAJ6GZIBPZDP5SLRSQ%26tag%3Dbigdata05-20%26linkCode%3Dxm2%26camp%3D2025%26creative%3D165953%26creativeASIN%3DB0000AUVIO I know that there are some large plastic rattle addons but I am looking for the small profile to help the jigs get through the thick weeds. Thanks for your help Dwayne
  10. Impressed with the goby. If you can make the center of the worm neutral or positive buoyant it would be a great drop shot lure.
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