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Undrcvredneck

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  1. Undrcvredneck

    New to weaving

    Thank you. I've been trying to get into it for a few years but haven't had the chance. Now I've gotten some 16g 1/4" AA rings and have been playing since. I work 2 jobs and stayed up a lot later than I should have trying to get this sweet pea down. I really want to try an HP 3-1 now
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    New to weaving

    New to weaving chain. I've made a Byz bracelet and working on a sweet pea bracelet now. Trying to do smaller projects to get the hang of weaving different patterns. Where can I find a fairly good article on AR? I know it is critical for some of the weaves I want to work but can't seem to locate anything that seems to help.
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    Jewelry Welder - Some questions...

    When I get to that point, I may just have to invest in one. I don't think I want to have a ring explode in my face. I get burned enough as it is and I really don't want to spend another $400 on a new welding hood. I'm fairly fond of mine. By the way,Lorenzo, your products look amazing. I'm trying to talk the owner of my shop into buying me a pair of your gloves. They would be an immense help when I'm running our burn table.
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    Tungsten

    The colors are amazing. What kind of heat source did he use? I'd like to try this.
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    Jewelry Welder - Some questions...

    The machine I will be using is a brand new miller 350 synchro wave. The smallest gauge I've welded with it so far was 22 gauge SS. It did really well on that but that was also a constant fuse weld.mi guess the best thing to do is try.
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    Jewelry Welder - Some questions...

    If I built a steady rest,would it just be easier to use a TIG welder? I'm really new to weaving and have read multiple topics about welding rings. I'm a welder/fabricator by trade so I have access to a few TIG rigs. When I get to wanting to weld rings, would a TIG be better or the jewelry rig?
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