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    I think you were the reason I bought my first one...

    I think you were the reason I bought my first one back in the day James.
    It was Tam Sevilla who reminded me on my FB group why I’d wanted one back in March, new pieces with many holes. I haven’t...
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    They are a bit like marmite and then it suddenly...

    They are a bit like marmite and then it suddenly clicks. It is much lighter to use than the eclipse which is important to me too
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    I’ve been reminded why I wanted one in March when...

    I’ve been reminded why I wanted one in March when I was doing the work that would have been made easier. I haven’t touched it since and have only persuaded OH to buy it now. I was being blindsided by...
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    I’ve still got my 1975 eclipse and I still find...

    I’ve still got my 1975 eclipse and I still find myself putting the blades in against the bench peg with my KC. Old habits...
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    You don’t have to tension it against your body...

    You don’t have to tension it against your body with the basic one, just turn a screw. Remember I did all the weight and size spec for you when you bought yours. The other one was quite a bit heavier...
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    Knew Concept quick release saw

    Iíve had the basic KC for years but as Iíve been doing more piercing I thought Iíd get my OH to treat me to a new quick release version which has just arrived.
    Is it just me but Iím finding it...
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    I’d say the shop is responsible for insuring your goods on SOR
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    Possibly custom made for a project Dennis?

    Possibly custom made for a project Dennis?
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    Did you not say you were a goldsmith Patni? The...

    Did you not say you were a goldsmith Patni? The process would be just the same.
    This book is being regularly suggested so it might be worth buying
    http://www.goldpolishing.co.uk/
  10. I think he’s in New York Wendy

    I think he’s in New York Wendy
  11. Thread: Hi everyone :)

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    Hi Chloe, welcome from me too

    Hi Chloe, welcome from me too
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    Yes that would be simpler for a beginner Dennis....

    Yes that would be simpler for a beginner Dennis.
    I wasn’t thinking in those terms tbh I was going for quickest but if you did have the skills to go down the wire route then the wires could be held...
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    I’d do the zig zag wires lay them flat and solder...

    I’d do the zig zag wires lay them flat and solder them at each point. Then shape round a mandrel before soldering the joint. This is where the sizing of the diamonds would be crucial to fit with the...
  14. Thread: More tiny things

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    Loving the nuggets, they are really tactile. Good...

    Loving the nuggets, they are really tactile. Good worry beads for this time!
    The crescent moon is lovely, I like using stuff out of what I call the serendipity box. I used an off cut from my degree...
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    You say that the jeweller did the goldsmithing.i...

    You say that the jeweller did the goldsmithing.i wonder what goldsmithing was required after setting a stone other than a light polish. It sounds like the gold was maybe quite thin and as has been...
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    I’ve been wearing my 9ct gold wedding ring for...

    I’ve been wearing my 9ct gold wedding ring for nearly 30 years and it’s never tarnished. I’m not sure a woman’s wedding ring ever gets a chance from being in dishwater or gardening and making...
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    That’s a lot of work Dennis. I’m a student of the...

    That’s a lot of work Dennis. I’m a student of the 70s so I was using a lot of Perspex then and in the early 80s. I used a very coarse coping saw and remember what hard work it was. It’s amazing how...
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    I would imagine until the acrylic starts to melt...

    I would imagine until the acrylic starts to melt it remains quite bulky and moves? It’s settles so nicely it looks as if it’s been cast
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    These are lovely Dennis. I would wear them all...

    These are lovely Dennis. I would wear them all but particularly like the first one
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    The polishing and finishing seems excessive but...

    The polishing and finishing seems excessive but then when you are used to doing it all yourself you tend to forget the time it takes to do it properly and to a high quality. Without knowing what the...
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    This wasn’t really meant for you as it’s a U.K....

    This wasn’t really meant for you as it’s a U.K. company but info for anyone here who was considering a purchase during a pandemic.
  22. Thread: Oxidising chain

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    I just run them down the chain to highlight then...

    I just run them down the chain to highlight then if you want a bit of a shine just do the same with a duster
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    Just for information don’t try ordering...

    Just for information don’t try ordering optivisors from any dental companies. I placed an order for the brand Dennis suggested and it took me about an hour to register and got an email from their...
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    And dark chocolate is of course good for you,...

    And dark chocolate is of course good for you, although the 90% is a bit challenging except with perhaps some strawberries or raspberries both of which he bought as well:)
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    I don’t. I use the wee polishing pads we’ve...

    I don’t. I use the wee polishing pads we’ve spoken about before to take down the platinol which polish’s at the same time. Then I just use a duster if I want it any shinier
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