The splicing method in the middle of the rockery module adopts the inclined sealing connection method. The splicing surface of the rockery module mud sample is made into a convex concave toothed inclined surface, and 1-5 layers of paper are placed in the middle of the mud joint surface to separate it. Then, the plastic mud is squeezed together, and after the mud is burned, the paper evaporates into narrow gaps. Each rockery module sample is tightly spliced and can be separated. According to the sample, the rockery module produced by the mold can also be tightly spliced together.
The destination can also be completed according to the following plan. The rockery design method uses modular modeling method and specialized tools for handcrafted sculpture works to cooperate with each other for modeling; In the case of using the mold shell again, the extruded clay strips and the core mold can be added to the inner cavity arranged by foreign models using a decorative nozzle (a special tool for making cakes); Molded shells can also be used to create a framework of artificial mountain mud, and specialized tools for handcrafted sculpture can be used to create details, in order to imitate nature.
The stated destination can also be completed according to the following plan. The decorative production and design countermeasures for the surface of the rockery can also embed stone heads, laminated glass, porcelain and other architectural decorative materials on the left and right before and after the clay body of the rockery is baked, and can also brush colorful cement mortar for decorative production and design.
2、 Carry out the dissolution of rockery modules and produce test samples for rockery modules
1. Mud for making rockery module samples
The clay for making artificial mountain module specimens can be made of high toughness porcelain clay, as well as porous porcelain clay with rich openings or medium compressive strength moisture absorbing porcelain.
2. Test samples for making rockery modules
Convert the rockery into a very simple rockery module, and create the rockery module by hand using sample mud to create the sample mud blank. The surface of the rockery module test piece is pieced together to form a convex and concave toothed inclined surface, protected by three layers of wet grass paper in the middle, and then extruded together to form a whole rockery module. The joint marks can be hidden using the stone head gap shape. The rockery mud blank is dried, burned, and the protective paper vaporizes. The rockery module test piece is naturally divided into two parts