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Old 10-16-2013, 08:59 PM
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Classes are hands on, and he will do one-on-one training for a little more $$ - I did 3 days with him in '08. Intense and challenging, but then that's the whole point!
Bill, do you have anything on the planishing? Would love to know if there were any tips or tricks as planishing/fine tuning a deep reverse can get tricky...
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Old 10-17-2013, 02:32 PM
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Kerry, "There is an artsy name for it but I can't recall what it is."


errr...is it anticlastic raising? if yes, then I think the book by Hekki Seppa has been mentioned before....
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Old 10-17-2013, 04:30 PM
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Classes are hands on, and he will do one-on-one training for a little more $$ - I did 3 days with him in '08. Intense and challenging, but then that's the whole point!
Bill, do you have anything on the planishing? Would love to know if there were any tips or tricks as planishing/fine tuning a deep reverse can get tricky...
Wray did the initial planishing in an English wheel, and only a little on an air planisher. His tools are amazing and all designed and built by him.

The guys you see in the photo are all metal pros who came to learn new skills. The two on the left had just finished a sweet 1931 Studebaker Dictator REPLICA full size. Their main interest was learning how to achieve those last few percentage points of perfection in a panel. Wray's panels are always "paint ready".
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Kerry, "There is an artsy name for it but I can't recall what it is."


errr...is it anticlastic raising? if yes, then I think the book by Hekki Seppa has been mentioned before....

YES. That is it and the book by Hekki is amazing.
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