|Image Reference Number:||ESF17_11_11|
|Title:||Ercol: Upholstery Workshop|
|Manufacturer:||Furniture Industries Ltd.|
|Description:||Colour slide showing: Tony batch cutting upholstery fabric. Several layers of identical, pattern matched fabric are cut simultaneously using an electric rotary cutter.|
This image is an outtake from Ercol's 'Craft Around the World' slide presentation from 1976. Date is from the presentation's slide carousel box. Image ID. by Mike Pengelly.
Note: Typically, for production-line process; several layers of accurately lined and pattern matched fabric were cut at the same time. Plain and all-over fabrics were cut in greater quantities because there was less of an issue with fabric movement and accuracy as there was with pattern critical fabrics.
|Copyright:||contact HWeFA for details about re-use of this image|
|Object Dimensions (cm.):||3.6 x 2.4|
|Context:||In Bag 11 in Craft World folders|
|Date Catalogued:||16/05/2008 00:00|
|Auto ID Number:||843|
|Categories:||Furniture Manufacturing/ Processes/ Upholstery|