Turbo Vice Spinner Stonfo684
The Stonfo 684 Turbo Spin used in the jaws of any type of vise - allows an ideal rotating device to create dubbing brushes.
Precision ball bearings.
This is also a great upgrade to use with the Stonfo Dubbing Brush Maker.
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Choose the right dubbing materials. The dubbing materials you use will affect the appearance and texture of your brush. You can use a variety of materials, including rabbit fur, elk hair, mallard flank feathers, and synthetic fibers.
Experiment with different materials to find what works best for you. Be generous with the dubbing. When you're making a dubbing brush, it's important to be generous with the dubbing. This will help to ensure that the brush holds its shape and that the dubbing doesn't fall out.
Twist the wire tightly. Once you've added the dubbing to the wire, be sure to twist the wire tightly. This will help to secure the dubbing and prevent it from unraveling.
Tease out the dubbing. Once you've twisted the wire tightly, use a dubbing needle or your fingers to tease out the dubbing. This will help to create a more even and fluffy brush.
Experiment with different techniques. There are many different techniques for making dubbing brushes. Experiment with different techniques to find what works best for you.
Here are some additional tips:
Use a Dubbing Brush Maker Stonfo 661 table to help you make your brushes. This will help to keep the wire straight and make it easier to twist the dubbing.
Use a ferrule to make the end of your brush more durable. This will help to prevent the wire from bending or breaking.
Apply a coat of clear coat to your brush to protect it from the elements.
With a little practice, you'll be able to make your own dubbing brushes that will help you create beautiful and realistic fly patterns.