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Courtesy American Museum of Natural History

Courtesy American Museum of Natural History

Rigid Supports

Formed to closely align with the rigid shape of an object, these supports provide overall and conformational support. They are often carved or cast. 

 

 

Articles

Making Ethafoam Preservation Rollers for Storing East Asian Scrolls, Freer|Sackler Gallery
Mylar Preservation Rollers for East Asian Scrolls
, Freer|Sackler Gallery
Dual Purpose Mounts for Folding Fans, Kesha Talbert, Lauren Gottschlich and Pamela Young
Cavity Supports for Composite Objects with Elements Protruding from the Underside
, Emily Wroczynski
Cradle Mount for Objects with Rounded Bases
, Brigid Sullivan
Encapsulating Support for Large, Three-dimensional, Fragile Specimens
, Dan S. Chaney
Foam Protector Rings for Ceramics, Nancy Odegaard
Internal Support Mount for Shoes, Laura Mina and Lisa Stockebrand
Shank Support Mount for High Heeled Shoes, Laura Mina and Lisa Stockebrand
Support for Lightweight Conical Objects, Geoffrey I. Brown
Support No. 2 for Objects with Shafts, Russell B. Varineau and Nancy Odegaard
Support for Small Taxidermy Mounts, Linda L. Thomas
Support for Large Taxidermy Mounts
, Tamsen Fuller
Support System No.1 for Small Taxidermy Mounts with Extended Leg Wires, Tamsen Fuller
Support System No. 2 for Small Taxidermy Mounts with Extended Leg Wires, Tamsen Fuller
Supporting Old Bones, Storage Jackets for Oversize Dinosaur Bones
, Marilyn Fox and Vicki Fitzgerald

 

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