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I wrote this blog post a few years ago when I was the Senior Metalwork Technician at Wimbledon College of Art.
PG Cert Learning and Teaching 2010
Manda Helal, Ceramic & General Technician
There are many types of electric motor from small battery powered mirror ball motors turning very slowly to large 240v motors able to rotate at speeds in excess of 1400 revolutions per minute (rpm)
Project 1 - final Crit and Presentation of work Wimbledon School of Foundation - Fine Art , 3D design students - project 1 - 30 October 2010
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This is a simplified flow chart to help students new to ceramics understand the ceramic process.
Q; Hi Tirantis,
I’m always advising students to "go and buy it at Tirantis", but now I need some advice myself if that’s OK!
A really great example of using online blogs and media to support complex workshop work from Steve wood and his brilliant blog
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