Jeannie Foreman Template February 05th, 2020 - 20:16:22
Some new to the world of website hosting may find it easy to come across sites that offer the ultimate short cut to a "professional" website. Usually this shortcut will be a template. On screen the template will look great with its images, placeholder text, and unbranded graphics. The lure of the template for the novice user will be strong. Most template sites hit all the right buzzwords, "free", "customizable", "ready-to-use." Unfortunately, to a novice, what they get when they take the bow off their new package may make little to no sense at all. This article will go over the common structure of templates and provide some insight into what skills and programs are needed before a template really can be considered "ready-to-use."
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Some workpieces are too small to rout safely if they are sandwiched between a workbench and template. For instance to taper legs for a coffee table you can build a template that holds the workpiece in place with toggle clamps. Guide blocks can be used to position the side and end of the leg leaving enough room behind them to clamp the template upside down to a workbench edge. To get a smooth taper, the guide blocks must be secured at the desired angle in relation to the edge of the template. As the router follows the edge, it cuts the taper angle of the blocks in the leg.
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Quilting Templates are used to mark and cut fabric into units to be pieced together into quilt blocks. These blocks are then sewn together to make up the quilt top. It is essential to use only quilting templates which are 100% precise to ensure that the units will line up correctly when pieced together. Nothing is more frustrating than cutting all the units for a quilt block and when pinning or basting them together discovering that they do not line up properly! Imagine how nearly impossible it would be to measure out several hundred 12 inch by 12 inch squares with a ruler onto your fabric and have every one of those squares come out to be exactly 12 inches by 12 inches when cut. Even more impossible would be to measure several hundred 12 inch curved patterns free hand. As you can see, the use of quilting templates is absolutely essential!