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I am going to show you how to make a ring from a 3/8" washer
I used a galvanized 3/8 flat washer, but you can use any other washer as long as it is wider than your finger. You will need: a stepper drill bit, a ...
Start rotating the washer on its edge. Simultaneously, tap the washer on its edge with a hammer.
The edge of the ring should start to bow out from the hammer blows and the diameter of the washer should be getting smaller. Note: I didn't hammer th...
Once the diameter of the washer reaches the right size, you can use the stepper bit to widen the hole in the center of the washer.
Once your done with the stepper bit the washer should start looking like a ring.
Using a dremel tool, or a file, finish up the inside of the ring.
This is what you should get when you are finished although to be honest, mine is too big.
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