Wire Inlay: Inspired to Make By alama | May 8, 2022 | 50 Wire Inlay: Inspired to Make Share this... Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Reddit Stumbleupon Tumblr Diggit Email Posted in Techniques
looks good, just a few gaps here and there (wouldn’t look bad from 5 feet). Don’t normally use glue with wire inlay like this, but I feel your "knife" was too wide for your wire. With wire, you essentially slit the wood, and wedge the wire in. The tension from the grain trying to spring back holds the wire in and once you oil up the wood, that inlay is held in there tight. That being said, at least on this wood, the glue didn’t seem to discolor it once oil was applied, so it did work well, fast setting CA glue?
Exceptional work! 🙂
Book & Spine Cover Wooden Board’s made like this would be BEAUTIFUL!!
I use Woodglut plans for all my joinery. Google and try it out.
The CNC machine weeps at how skilled this guy is.
What Diameter Of Brass Sutable For This Work , Master
Stuff popped back up on him at the end
How thick is the wire coming out? Anyone knows ?
Thank you for this video, im making a wooden dagger for my uncle gor Christmas and im gonna inlay some designs
For all the other people out there wondering: The pattern is a celtic ornament.
Pro tip: If you have a machining tool, create a more precise cut, and solder the wire into it – so that you don’t have any gaps.
cant believe we didn’t get a final good overhead look at it bruh
What’s that machine called?
what’s the name of the music? congratulations for your lovely work. Thank you for sharing it.
Poor wire inlay instruction. Okay for some cheap Indian wooden box bought on a market stall, but not for quality.
What is was the glue and spray called?
What glue do you use?
Nice 👍 I can see me making some draw fronts like this.
what shitty work. Why does this thing have so many views?
I have done very similar with Woodglut designs.
Yes . . . Inspiring
So what if you don’t have the tool to flatten the wire
Does anyone know what the name of the hand crank roller is that he used to flatten the wire?
i know this work any one want this work contact me
Very good first try!
make a dartboard like they was doing in the old time whit a log-end
you missed a spot
That’s so sick looking!
Cool project! I’d have used my Dremel to cut the length perfectly and avoid those gaps!
I thought this was going to be traditional inlay, this is just gluing wires.
Nice, but we should have plugged the little holes.
Which machine did you use to flatten the wire?
I recommend woodprix plans to every beginner and not only.
That was so cool! I wonder what would happen if you took a heat gun to the metal bits after putting it in the channels. Looks really magical anyway.
Nice technique! I make my own metal inlay using a huge wood panel and brass&aluminum bars. It took me almost 30 days to do it. Wire inlay it s quite simple but working with metal bars it can be tricky. Anyway, the final result it’s outstanding.
what is the machine called used to flatten the wire?
Thanks for sharing the technique Dude… G 🙂
You can use Stodoys to build it in the cheapest way.
Nicely done, always wondered how it was performed. Quick question… How do you stop the copper discoloration, can turn green in worst case scenario?
wow a hand held 3d printing machine.
Just one caveat here: The machine used to flatten the copper wire? I don’t have one. Otherwise: Excellent technique!
Hold on. It’s that seriously on a piece of particals board
anyone of you guys tried this on guitar fretboards?
If I already have a space to add wire, namely where two boards nearly touch, can I proceed?