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MailleWerX

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About MailleWerX

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    MailleWerX
  • Birthday 07/17/1982

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    www.maillewerx.com

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Kenosha Wisconsin
  • Interests
    Covering the world in chainmail! Harleys! Carpentry! Blacksmithing!
  • Location
    Cibolo, Tx.
  • Interests
    Besides Mailling, I've been getting more and more into International Scout II's
  • Occupation
    Licensed Vocational Nurse.
  • The year you started making chainmail
    1999

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  1. MailleWerX

    Growler wrap!

    Thanks, can't wait to fill it!
  2. MailleWerX

    Armor Stands

    Thanks. I like how they turned out, may have to make some more one day. It was a fun project!
  3. MailleWerX

    Growler wrap!

  4. MailleWerX

    Growler wrap!

    I'm always looking for things to wrap in chainmail. Up until now its been mostly coffee cups and bottles. I found this 64oz growler on clearance at our local grocery store, I think it was $15-16 bucks. I had a lot of these patches of byzantine hexagons filled with Japanese 12-2 from a previous failed sporran attempt that needed to be repurposed. I'm also in the middle of trying to use up all my rings before I order more. The top is 8 hexagons and it spreads out into 12 hexagons which was really loose and had me worried it wouldn't fit properly but once it was tightened down on the bottom it barely moves. Now to take it to the local brewery and get it filled! Rings are 16G 5/16", 18G 1/4", and 18G 3/16" all square qire stainless form TRL.
  5. MailleWerX

    Armor Stands

    I only made them 4 feet tall for display. This made me able to get them off my worktable and out of the way. If I was making a stand so that I could work on a shirt I would definitely make it taller. As Konstantin said I always found working on shirts in patches to work for me.
  6. MailleWerX

    Armor Stands

    One is 16G 1/4" square wire rings in E4-1 (short-sleeved one), one is 18G 3/16" square wire rings in trinity (long sleeved one), and the vest is 16G 3/16" round wire rings. All the rings are machine cut and I actually think they're available but the rest of the ring order I want to make was missing a few sizes. The shirts were all made years ago just to do them, not hobby related beyond chainmail. And yeah, a lot of forums are slow nowadays (at least a lot of the ones I frequent). And I dont get to share much thats chainmail related anymore because all my time is spent working on designs for my website at maillewerx dot com. Actually making chainmail fell by the wayside for a bit d/t focusing on that.
  7. MailleWerX

    Armor Stands

    I wanted to get my shirts up off the floor and off of the work bench so I made some armor stands for them. We haven't had 4x4 lumber here of any sort for months so I screwed two 2x4's together, made a modified base where two legs on the x axis were shorter than those on the y axis so that they didn't stick out as far from the wall (of course I screwed one of the up and put the legs on the wrong sides), and I had an 8 foot dowel rod for another project that I cut down to 22" segments to drape the shirts on. All I needed was the 2x4's and the stain/polycrylic, everything else I had. The stands are 4 feet tall and I left plenty of room for a couple of coifs to be added to each one. I've got a ton more room on my work bench for larger projects as these stands keep the shirts up out of the way perfectly, now all I need is for TRL to restock the rings I need to make the coifs and I'm good to go. I have 2 other shirts I'm working on so when I get rings for and finish those I'll probably add another stand or two.
  8. MailleWerX

    Restoring Chainmail that survived a house fire

    It might just be me but I'm not seeing a picture.
  9. MailleWerX

    Celtic Mandala Tshirt

    This design fought and fought but eventually I prevailed. Personally I think it came out great. If you wanted to make one of your own TRL's 16G 5/16" and 18G 3/16" rings should work for this Celtic mandala.
  10. MailleWerX

    tapestry project

    This thing is so awesome!
  11. It took me a bit to get this design right but I like the way it looks on the blanket. Now to work on the Irish flag just as soon as I get my computer back from my wife.
  12. MailleWerX

    First successful 3d byz render

    For me it all depends on the ring size. 18G 5/32 looks great with 2 connector rings whereas 18G 3/16s looks better with three imo.
  13. MailleWerX

    tiny inlay

    TheChainNerd on Facebook has a bunch of nice inlays, I want to say he uses 18G 5/32" for his inlays.
  14. MailleWerX

    Coffee Cup Wrap

    Working on a new coffee cup wrap! 18G 3/16" SS using interwoven byzantine hexagons. Turning out pretty cool. Theoreticaly it should hold itself on to the coffee cup without assistance but we will see! Check out MailleWerX for more. Follow me on Facebook if you want to keep up with the latest on this project!
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