이번 사진은 워커 또는 리깅에 부착하는 비스듬한 각도의 너트입니다. 미국과 영국 쪽 스튜디오에서 주로 사용됩니다. 이 너트는 영미권에서 만드는 것과 같은 방식이지만 사용자의 편의를 위해 제가 다시 디자인한 버전입니다.
This is a picture of customized brass nuts, which are used as supplementary parts for rigging. I usually make my armatures in various materials including alloys of steel and aluminum as well as brass. Some clients specifically order brass armatures.
Brass is highly machinable and offers greater corrosion resistance than steel. It is also easy to braze and weld thanks to its relatively low melting point.
Even with such advantages, however, stop-motionists in some countries have underestimated brass as a material for armatures. They say that brass is weaker than steel and corrodes under alkaline conditions.
It’s true that brass has some disadvantages, but I still think brass is a very good material for armatures. With a brass armature, it is possible to create smoother movements and control tension more precisely than armatures in other materials.