GForce

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  1. Do you have an ETA on Soft Temper stainless 18swg 5/32 and 3/16?
  2. I'm holding an order waiting for SXBJR16316 to be back in stock - is it coming soon? If not I'll place the order without it.
  3. You need to exert inward pressure as you twist the ring ends back and forth so that the gap (the kerf) gradually closes. You should hear the wire ends click as they brush against each other (you can hear this is the video). Just be careful when pressing inwards that your grip on the ring is secure - if you slip you can bang your knuckles or stab yourself...
  4. Are there any plans to add saw cut AA in 16 swg 3/16? I use the machine cut AA in that size for low-cost JPL bracelets, but I'd much prefer to use the nicer SX quality if it was available in that size. Apologies if this is a duplicate message, I thought I posted this yesterday but it disappeared.
  5. HI! I've been using the machine cut AA16316 for a long time to make low-cost colorful JPL bracelets. Its the only machine cut AA that I use, and I only use it because you don't make that size in saw cut. Is there any plan to ever make the nicer quality SXAA in this size as anything other than a special?
  6. Any word on an eta for Orange SXAA1614? In November it was going to be a few months.
  7. Thanks! That's helpful information. Actually I've since decided to base the class on my modification of one of the tutorials that originated with Blue Buddah Boutique, so I'm going to contact Rebeca Mojica for permission to use some of her images.
  8. I'm asking here because it is a TRL tutorial. I'm prepared to buy multiple copies if that is all that is required. A complicating factor is that some TRL tuts originated with Blue Buddah Boutique - who is the originator now? I want to do the right thing but there isn't much guidance.
  9. I posted this in the maille industry forum, but I think I should have asked here. I've been invited to teach a beginners chainmaille class and was thinking of basing it on the TRL shaggy tree ornament or another beginner level tut. I've never used a purchased tutorial for teaching. Is this OK? Are there any rules for duplication of the tutorial materials, giving credit to the source etc? I'm sure I've seen this discussed in the past but having problems finding anything right now. Thanks!
  10. I've been invited to teach a beginners chainmaille class and was thinking of basing it on the TRL shaggy tree ornament. I've never used a purchased tutorial for teaching, is this OK and if so what are the rules for duplication of materials, giving credit to the source etc? I'm sure I've seen this discussed in the past but having problems finding anything right now. Thanks!
  11. My first vest! 18 swg 5/32" bright silver and red anodized aluminum. About 28,000 rings
  12. My first vest! 18 swg 5/32" bright silver and red anodized aluminum. About 28,000 rings
  13. My first vest! 18 swg 5/32" bright silver and red anodized aluminum. About 28,000 rings
  14. Yes, 3D printing is currently not competitive on price. But it's great for one-off highly customized items, if you don't have traditional metalworking skills or want to do something unconventional.
  15. Good discussion, thanks!