Saturday, 12 January 2019
4) Rubber 'thumb guard', this one item prevents any cuts to my 'finger-pads'
Many of these were full of "Inclusions", these are not broken, just "P-1". (This is a name for "Promotional" quality stones).
In this photograph, you can see how I marked with a #007 round bur to lightly 'score' the metal. This is prior to the next step and that was the actual (carefully) drilling each hole. Tedious work and no mistakes are needed.
Tuesday, 1 January 2019
This essay name may be long, but these results are going to be just phenomenal.
We will be starting with a domed, semi-round wedding band, this "Essay-Demonstration" will show how this important channel is carved.
The 'Difficulty Scale' in this essay is 9.5 out of 10!!!
What tools are needed?
An assortment of Round & Bud Shaped burs! (Sizes to be shown during this essay!)
Flat Graver #40, or Glardon #12.
Please, NO "156c" (under-cutting burs) in this setting process!!!
The letter "C" in this name refers to a "Carbide" bur, not the aggressive cutting "HighSpeed Steel" bur.
In this very first photograph, you need to gauge the length of the Princess, square stones that you need to set.