Motion Analysis of the Pounding Technique Used for the Second Lining in the Fabrication of Traditional Japanese Hanging Scrolls
This study focuses on the technique used to adhere the second lining in the fabrication of traditional Japanese hanging scrolls, or kakejiku. We analyzed the motions of both expert and non-expert artisans during the adhesion process, using optical and infrared motion captures. We then conducted a peel test from both samples, and used the results of this test to correlate the motion of the artisan with the adhesive strength of the second lining.
Keywordsscrolls secondary lining pounding brush motion analysis
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