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|03-21-2013 12:13 PM||
Hey all, I have just finished uploading a 9 part video series on making metal-cored, wood bangles to YouTube. You can follow along at the WildWood Design Channel I cover all of the steps in the process including how to take professional looking photos of your small wood projects using a photo cube, backdrop and editing software. If you a f...
|08-11-2012 04:39 PM||
Titanium Wedding Bands - Help - 7 replies
So I am taking the plunge and committing to have a pilot run made of metal ring cores (wedding bands) that would allow wood turners to make rings, just like my bangles. I ordered some titanium yesterday and spent time at the CNC shop working out some details. Given that there are so many sizes of rings (size 6 to 16 in 1/4 increments), what is t...
|04-29-2012 03:23 AM||
CA finishes for jewelry - 3 replies
Hi all, I would like to get some pointers on using CA as a finish for my wood bangles. I have tried thin and medium CA, wiping on the CA and then using wet sanding starting at 1000 grit. Problem is that I wet sand through the CA. I reapply the CA and repeat the process, but it seems as though I build up air pocket inclusions, and after re-coat...