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    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IsEvSMlk4q66RMCPy...

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IsEvSMlk4q66RMCPym5tzhlggbhRBvfg/view?usp=sharing

    This is a link to the .STL file if you want it to print and cast it

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    Make the silver ring smaller, then slide the gold...

    Make the silver ring smaller, then slide the gold ring over the top of the silver ring then stretch them both up to the size you need.
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    I agree with China.

    I agree with China.
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    I have this too its well worth watching if your...

    I have this too its well worth watching if your learning to set stones
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    It can be just be polished yes . It may have a...

    It can be just be polished yes . It may have a slight yellow tinge to it but it will look fine some people even prefer this to Rhodium, At the moment Rhodium is about £2k a litre so you will probs be...
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    https://www.gtvision.co.uk/epages/es141397.sf/en_G...

    https://www.gtvision.co.uk/epages/es141397.sf/en_GB/?ObjectPath=/Shops/es141397/Products/0670

    This is a not too expensive entry level scope I used one for a couple of years and its ok
  7. Thread: Internet sales

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    I agree Caroline, It takes so much time for the...

    I agree Caroline, It takes so much time for the return you get. The only time it worked for me was when I spent money to promote my products on facebook and Instagram which are linked, but it wasnt...
  8. Thread: Internet sales

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    I sell on Etsy but not very much, I think it...

    I sell on Etsy but not very much, I think it helps to have a product that's called something you would search for. If you say 'wood inlay ring' you would be lost in a myriad of wooden rings but if...
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    You could try drilling with a ball burr, make...

    You could try drilling with a ball burr, make sure you run the drill as slow as you can and dont use to much pressure start with a small one then drill out to what size you need.
  10. Thread: “9ct” stamp

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    I think anything over 1g in gold needs a hallmark

    I think anything over 1g in gold needs a hallmark
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    I had the same problem. I sent the Oxycon back to...

    I had the same problem. I sent the Oxycon back to be fixed and it works great now.
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    You could use one of the small cnc routers that...

    You could use one of the small cnc routers that are on ebay for a couple of hundred pounds you can do basic script with the included software if your doing the banglles flat, Its a bit of a learning...
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    That's brilliant !!

    That's brilliant !!
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    That's really interested would love to see when...

    That's really interested would love to see when you have built it up.
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    I have sent you a Private message.

    I have sent you a Private message.
  16. Thread: short video

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    great video I enjoyed the process

    great video I enjoyed the process
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    the sprues look ok to me, I would start with...

    the sprues look ok to me, I would start with temperature if the heavy item cast .I would up the temp of the flask and maybe the metal too. Is the machine producing a full vacuum ? Also with an...
  18. As I said It helps if your a jeweller before you...

    As I said It helps if your a jeweller before you do this then you know what sort of clearances you need, The computer just does as its told by the person. Setters have different styles and way they...
  19. It depends on the stone setter but your friend is...

    It depends on the stone setter but your friend is correct you need to allow enough metal so the seats etc can be cut.
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  20. Thread: Sievert safety

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    If the bottle you use is orange its propane or...

    If the bottle you use is orange its propane or LPG (liquid petrolium gas). Its the same gas you can use for camping stoves etc. Its a heavier than air gas so if it leaks it finds the lowest point....
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    Is the collet the correct size it looks a bit big...

    Is the collet the correct size it looks a bit big big I think it should be a 2.35mm one. they only close up a small amount so its important to get the right size
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    Yes a shame too, they were a great company.

    Yes a shame too, they were a great company.
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    https://www.qbranchcasting.com/links Some good...

    https://www.qbranchcasting.com/links

    Some good links here
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    The bit of a draw back with delft is you need a...

    The bit of a draw back with delft is you need a big button which gets expensive in gold, If the metal doesn't have enough weight behind it, It wont flow and fill the cavity as its relying on gravity...
  25. Thread: Photography

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    I like my photography and have possibly spent...

    I like my photography and have possibly spent much much more than I will ever admit to my Mrs on equipment just for some background info. I will also probably get slated for saying this but if you...
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