Plywerk Update: Working With Plywerk Bamboo Art Panels Part #6

I’ve written my Plywerk update post for the supporting info for the last installment of my, um, longish how-to video. Take a look at the vid here: Working With Plywerk Bamboo Art Panels Part #6. I’ve listed links for the materials that I use for hanging my Plywerk-mounted prints in galleries and for clients’ homes. The tools are discussed in the video, but I thought I’d also put the list here.

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Careful With That Drill!

These are the basic tools you might have around the house already:

  • Carpenter’s tri-square (although a ruler or tape measure will also work fine)
  • Pencil
  • Drill with 1/16″ drill bit, tape for marking drilling depth, and screwdriver bits (Philips or flat blade, depending on the screws you use)
  • Soft bristle brush for cleaning off panels

If you have any questions about the tools or the process, feel free to post comments here, on the Jon Witsell Photographic Arts‘ Facebook page, or contact me directly, here.

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