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Cresting machine

A cresting machine (also called an arrow-cresting machine, an arrow-crester, or simply a crester[1]) is a machine that aids in the adding of coloured lines called cresting to arrows in order to identify the bowyer. Cresting machines are small lathes that consist of a chuck and an engine attached to a board.[2] Cresting machines do not paint the arrows themselves but are rather jigs that rotate the arrows uniformly so that a separate steadily held paintbrush can paint the cresting accurately.[3]

References

  1. ^ Sam Fadala (1999). Traditional Archery. Stackpole Books. p. 149.  
  2. ^ Jim Hamm (2000). The Traditional Bowyer's Bible 3. Globe Pequot. p. 237.  
  3. ^ Paul C. Hougham (1958). The Encyclopedia of Archery. Barnes. p. 65. 


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