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    Mike. I just love the stuff you do. I like the...

    Mike. I just love the stuff you do. I like the way you mix up your designs. Every part is something new to observe. It's hard to understand how someone with as much talent can remain so humble as...
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    The more I look at that gun the better it looks....

    The more I look at that gun the better it looks. Fantastic Brian.
  3. Thread: Zigzag borders

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    I have cut similar borders on antique guns. I...

    I have cut similar borders on antique guns. I just cut the top and bottom guide lines with a regular 90 and then do the zigzags with a flat just the same as one would do a nick and dot but with some...
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    I use to think nothing was perfect. Now I'm not...

    I use to think nothing was perfect. Now I'm not so sure about that.
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    Question: What Sam W said besides use Carbide. It won'e be...

    What Sam W said besides use Carbide. It won'e be as sticky. there are many types of brass. Order some jewelers brass sheet. It is a dream to cut and looks more like gold
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    You will find all the information you are looking...

    You will find all the information you are looking for in the Jewelry engravers manual for sale on the ABE book site cheap.
  7. Thread: Damascene

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    In order to do true Damascene one must be a...

    In order to do true Damascene one must be a gluten for punishment. I have started it but do not plan to do much of it. I have the .001 gold and some 24K wire that is .0005. Makes me wonder why a...
  8. Thread: Damascene

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    In my opinion Rodger is totally correct. The...

    In my opinion Rodger is totally correct. The true Damascene is as illustrated by him in the photos and is applied in a slightly different way than over lay or inlay work. The gold used in True...
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    Great job Brian. Is that some sort of a heat or...

    Great job Brian. Is that some sort of a heat or niter blue ? Don't look like a normal blue.
  10. Thread: One side done

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    Critique Request: For that quality of work I would say that was not...

    For that quality of work I would say that was not abnormal at all. I do not pay attention to the amount of hours put into a job. Personally I cannot work straight through on a job anyway. I work...
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    Every magnet I ever had was as hard as glass and...

    Every magnet I ever had was as hard as glass and just as brittle.
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    Question: Forget the Baking lacquer. The last time I used...

    Forget the Baking lacquer. The last time I used it I could wipe it off with my finger. I use Etcher's ink. After it dries for about 2 weeks Acetone will not wash it off. If you are going to case...
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    The scene was engraved and the gold inlaid. Then...

    The scene was engraved and the gold inlaid. Then the scene and the gold were masked off with scotch tape and the Cerakote applied. It only takes one thin coat. That Cerakote is matte clear. It has to...
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    I recently did some fine line engraving on a...

    I recently did some fine line engraving on a Flintlock barrel very near the touch hole. As you may know black powder is extremely corrosive. I experimented with a half dozen types of coating...
  15. Thread: inlay question

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    Question: Years ago Frank Hendrix made a tape. On the tape...

    Years ago Frank Hendrix made a tape. On the tape he told how to solder gold or pure silver on the back of hard brittle metals so that they may be inlaid. I have that tape and I think it can still be...
  16. Thread: inlay question

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    Question: It is possible to inlay carbide if you know how....

    It is possible to inlay carbide if you know how. I inlay iron often and all colors of gold. Learned it from Sam W and Robert Evans
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    I agree with John B totally and also I found that...

    I agree with John B totally and also I found that the hand piece made a big difference for me. The heavier hand pieces tended to dive on me so I went to the monarch and thereafter had no trouble...
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    Reminds me of Eric Gold's work.

    Reminds me of Eric Gold's work.
  19. Thread: Glensteel?

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    Glensteel?

    What kind of steel is Glensteel? is it high speed steel or what?
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    Sam. Thanks so much. I couldn't have a better...

    Sam.
    Thanks so much. I couldn't have a better answer than that. Jerry H.
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