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Simple `ingredients' and simple equipments to get a good looking ring.I had a brilliant lying in a little box on my desk and I really love rings.I decided ...
First of all you need a brilliant.I found one in a ear-ring that was lying on the floor of a train station (lucky uh?).I believe that it is ...
My equipments are:- Very old drill.- Drill bit for wood.- Drill saw.- Drill bit to scrape.- A selection of files.- Dremel.- A selection of Dremel bits.
Now that we have everything we need let us start with the preparation of the wood piece.First of all I drilled the wood, then cutted it. I obtained ...
Using the scraping drill bit I gave a better shape to the ring.Then using the rasp and the file I tried to make it as regular as possible.I ...
With the Dremel bits I prepared the alcove for the gem.First with the high speed cutter I made a little hole to easily use the other bits.The hole ...
Using the polishing felt I polished the ring.I wanted to make it dark and shiny so I set the Dremel to maximum speed.The felt kind of burned the ...
To easily manipulate the brillant I attached it to a piece of plasticine.I also cleaned it with acetone, as suggesten on the glue packaging.
With the epoxy glue I glued the gem to the ring, but I had some problems due to the plasticine: it gets in the way!I should find a ...
I am pretty satisfied with the result, it was my first time to try to make a ring like that.As mentioned, I should find a better way to ...
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