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  1. Thread: Powered saw

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    The Knew Concepts version was what came...

    The Knew Concepts version was what came immediately to mind - but it's eyewateringly expensive!

    https://www.knewconcepts.com/Precision-power-saw.php
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    I make these all the time - just add each ring in...

    I make these all the time - just add each ring in the same orientation as the last. You can see instantly if you've got it wrong as the ring will not lie correctly.

    It's very hard to take a...
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    I'm a lot more cautious since being so ill...

    I'm a lot more cautious since being so ill earlier this year - especially as there's a possibility that something environmental (as the consultants called it) may have been a contributing factor. I...
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    I realise it's too late, but red/jeweller's brass...

    I realise it's too late, but red/jeweller's brass works well for this sort of thing (and tarnishes far less than copper). Alternatively, I've had good results using single hole gold beads. Carefully...
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    Foredom Hammer Handpiece and points

    Foredom H15 handpiece and 6 points. Used once.

    https://www.cooksongold.com/Jewellery-Tools/Foredom-Hammer-Action-H.15---------Handpiece-prcode-999-FD09&query=foredom%20H15&channel=uk
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    Foredom Polishing Motor and Filter Hood

    Twin spindle polishing motor and extractor hood with LED light. Both in immaculate condition other than a bit of dust!

    These are fabulous bits of kit, but have been barely used as my needs...
  7. Thread: Awol

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    Yes, our National Health Service is amazing for...

    Yes, our National Health Service is amazing for emergencies and critical care, but on its knees in just about every other regard right now.

    Now I'm at the mercy of our appalling GP, who seems to...
  8. Thread: Awol

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    I'm delighted to report that after almost two...

    I'm delighted to report that after almost two weeks in ICU I'm now safely at home and seem to be making progress in the right direction. I never did make it to a ward, and it was a curious way to...
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    Very nice job - you should be extremely pleased...

    Very nice job - you should be extremely pleased with those!
  10. Thread: Awol

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    Thank you all so much. The good wishes have meant...

    Thank you all so much. The good wishes have meant a great deal to me.

    I'm still in ICU, but very much improved and hoping to be sent to a ward soon. In the meantime, I hope everyone has a lovely...
  11. Thread: Awol

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    Awol

    Apologies for being rather absent at the moment. I'm in Intensive Care with a rather unexpected and nasty respiratory problem (non-covid), and only managed to log in with my phone tonight.

    I'm not...
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    It can be done - and sometimes it works. Other...

    It can be done - and sometimes it works. Other times it doesn't and the ends just run away from one another and make an unholy mess. It can end up being brittle at the fuse point, and it can also end...
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    My understanding is that hallmarking is only a...

    My understanding is that hallmarking is only a requirement if an item is being sold as precious metal.

    I would tend to avoid this if it's a gift and simply describe as white metal for customs...
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    The maxflame is pretty good, as is the Blazer (I...

    The maxflame is pretty good, as is the Blazer (I have both versions of this one, and like them. I still love the convenience of handheld.

    I find the ignition systems fail after a while, but it's...
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    Or look out for the wonderful "Classical Loop in...

    Or look out for the wonderful "Classical Loop in Loop Chains" for a book which goes far beyond just the making of the chains.
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    You've answered your own question - making them...

    You've answered your own question - making them in fine silver will never give you the results you want - try using sterling (or copper) for prototypes - fine is simply too soft and will never harden...
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    Thanks for the warning! I watched at half speed...

    Thanks for the warning! I watched at half speed (just change it in settings at the bottom of the youtube screen) and enjoyed it. I'm impressed at how effortless it's made to look.
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    My favourite was a visicook with a glass pot,...

    My favourite was a visicook with a glass pot, which lasted years. I wish I'd bought a couple of spares as when the electrics gave up, I found they no longer made them.

    I currently use two - one...
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    Cookson do a number of these. My preferred option...

    Cookson do a number of these. My preferred option are NVF M024, which lie flat and are very neat but if you really want small, these are fine - NVF M053. They also do some round versions, but for...
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    Dennis, as has so often been the case over the...

    Dennis, as has so often been the case over the years, I'd love to be part of your family :) And not just for the bling - though those are delicious!
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    Quite apart from putting off huge numbers of...

    Quite apart from putting off huge numbers of visitors, the administration involved would be mind-bogglingly complicated - and that's before you start thinking about international conversions, taxes,...
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    I think that's very stylish Caroline - definitely...

    I think that's very stylish Caroline - definitely wear it more.

    I also suspect that's the sort of design that would do really well as a tutorial for the many keen wirewrappers out there.
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    At least they were your own pieces - I dread it...

    At least they were your own pieces - I dread it when family and friends turn up with things they need repairing and I have no idea of their history!

    Elegantly done - and both pieces still look...
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    I would be inclined to agree with Dennis. Put a...

    I would be inclined to agree with Dennis. Put a little bit of a bevel on the outer edge for appearance, and glue in place, which will look much neater than a rubover on a flat top.
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    Just buy a piece of fine silver sheet cut to the...

    Just buy a piece of fine silver sheet cut to the width and length you want. By far the easiest way to buy bezel strips, and lets you choose your preferred gauge as well - I think most of us would...
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