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I LOVE YOU GUYS!!! :) so positive, so fun and a great video. Now I must admit that powder coating is not really something that interests me but you two made me interested anyway. Thanks so much and keep up the good work! Cheers
This is a beautiful bracelet and I love the design so much that I intend to share it with my Art Metal 12 class as a fab example of this style of bracelet. Thanks. One tip though if I might help in return. If you use round nose pliers to open and close jump rings they can easily leave pressure marks in the ring since the round tool touches the round wire at a finite point. It is better to use smooth flat nose pliers to avoid this problem. It also is easier to open and close the jump rings with the wider contact of the flat nose pliers. Cheers
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SirCooksalot: For someone who is picking at another persons grammar you have constructed a very "unique" paragraph to do so. I must say that the author's statements were clear and easy to understand, while yours, I had to read several times to make sense of. While your point is taken that the conventional use of "for eg" is to do so preceding the example sited, the authors statement was still clear and their helpful offering easily understood. So lets stay on point shall we? This is an Instructable (and a pretty good one by all accounts) and not Grammar 101.
Many of the newer front loaders have these drums. Unfortunately I just recycled one just like this before seeing this Instructable. (bummer!) it was a GE machine. Try a metal recycler or some appliance repair places. :)
Oh, ok. Thanks for clearing that up. I obviously misunderstood your intent. I totally agree that the comment sections can often be as valuable as the content section at times. Lots of minds and experiences working to create the builder community. It is a wonderful time to be alive! Cheers all and happy building.
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