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  1. snolly50

    Stand by ME

    That's right, another display stand for a fossil by ME, snolly! But first, a classic RnB tune by that name. It is a remarkable rendition, exhibiting superior mixing. As in previous display stand posts, this one utilizes an exotic wood blank that was originally produced to be utilized as a bowl turning piece. The wood here is Ambrosia Maple. The pattern seen in the piece is created through invasion by a species of Ambrosia Beetle. These creatures utilize their tunnels to grow a fungus, which provides their sole food source. The wood becomes discolored
  2. Sagebrush Steve

    Oreodont Stand

    I've been working on a stand for the Oreodont skull I picked up at the Tucson Fossil Show. This one is an "antique" fossil that was dug back in the 1920s. I wanted a simple stand with a wooden base and a way to raise the skull up off the stand. I also wanted the mount to be as unobtrusive as possible so I didn't have wires sticking out all over the place. And I didn't want to damage the skull in any way. After trying several approaches I settled on this one using some red oak I had left over after building my fossil storage cabinet and some brass wire and bar I picked up at the local OSH
  3. This is a continuation that adds an additional example of the project type explored in the previous post. http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/80387-display-stand-project/ Moving forward with plans to construct more stands for fossil specimens, a small Oreodont skull and jaw were selected. The long term denizens of the Fossil Forum may recognize Lucinda, the subject of a previously posted prep series. http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/44530-oreodont-prep-series/ Here is the wood specimen selected. It is Bocote, Cordia elaeagnoides. This
  4. This is another installment of the ongoing display project detailed in previous posts; http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/80671-display-stand-project-redux/ Here is the wooden base; sanded, shellac applied and drilled for the brass posts. I was having considerable difficulty with the shellac "gooping" up as I mopped it on this piece. I finally realized that I was down to about the last 20th of the batch I had mixed up. It had become significantly thicker than ideal via release of its volatile solvent. I cut the remainder with some more denatured alcohol and
  5. Macrophyseter

    3D printed display stand

    Constantly forgetting to order display tools to securely display my fossils which are right now at risk of being damaged from grinding the glass shelves in my display, I decided to print a stand for my last model before I took my 3D printer home (and not use it until I get a microSD reader so I could transfer files to the printer). I didn't really pay too much attention to exact dimensions, but it actually printed quite fine and did fit one of my boxed fossils I wanted to display but couldn't before. The stand is blue because that's the only color of filament I own
  6. Sagebrush Steve

    Simple Homemade Display Stands

    Thought I would share some simple, inexpensive display stands I made for some of my smaller fossils. I don't suggest these are museum quality, but hopefully this will encourage others to experiment. These fossils were in my display case but just lying on the floor of a shelf. I didn't feel this was an optimum way to display them. I wanted to get them up off the floor, but I didn't want to spend a lot of money. So I decided to go with a simple wooden base together with some brass rod I bent to shape. The wood came from a 1x3" piece of red oak, 2 feet long, that I got at the local Osh hard
  7. From the album: Dinosaur Teeth

    This is a 4.6 inch Spinosaurus tooth displayed vertically with miniature doll stands (black versus white). I got the idea from AJ Plai who is another member on here and I really liked his custom made vertical display stands for his Dinoteeth. I decided to try miniature doll display stands. At first I could only find white at a local hobby store but recently I found black stands online. I thought it might be helpful to show both for comparison in case others out there are interested in this type of display. Personally, I like the black color better. Also, with both stands, the arms/clasp
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