>alright.. Lets get to the ible!
Step 1: Find The Parts/Tools
Step 2: Starting You Ring!
>you're going to want to start by getting your center hole big enough to fit over the mandral/crow bar.
>after that you are going to want to bang at it pretty strong on a hard surface (concrete, steel plate, etc...) at about a 45 degree angle, until it begins to flatten out.
>Once it gets about flat, you're going to take it off the mandral and flip it around to where the wide side is pointing to the narrower side part of the mandral.
>begin taking mighty fine wacks at it (considering it is steel) until it flattens out. After this you're ready for the next step!! :D
Step 3: Shape That Bugger!
>depending on how you want your ring (wavy, zig-zaggy, normal maybe..:P) will determine how long it will take you. For mine I went a more normal wedding ring style. Classy, yet not over the top.
>use you're dremal and files to get it shaped and all looking pretty, then once you have it how you like.. SAND THE BABY DOWN! Get all the sharp edges knocked off, and everything nice a smooth.