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mr.c 06-04-2019 09:47 PM

Clearly not his first rodeo.
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wflildRmcJw

Worth 12 minutes of your time. Interesting wheel in there.

Jerry Jackson 06-05-2019 06:20 AM

Good video.

Jerry Jackson
San Antonio

RockHillWill 06-05-2019 08:03 AM

Thanks, Carey. There is an instrument repair guy in the larger building of one of the local Model A enthusiasts. I may just go give him a visit.

cliffrod 06-05-2019 08:44 AM

Very cool. Great to see that video- thanks for the link, Carey.

gashammer 06-05-2019 10:16 AM

The magnet and the ball technique...amazing!

Whats the chance of that working on 20 gauge steel?

mr.c 06-05-2019 11:34 AM

Being steel, it probably wouldn't work at all no matter the thickness. I have played around with super magnets and a soda can. I bashed a dent in the bottom of a can and dropped in a super magnet and worked it with a magnet on the outside. It completely burnished it back to the original shape without a mark. Both were flat magnets. It worked the edges of the dent toward the center and then it was gone, Fun.

fciron 06-06-2019 05:48 PM

Ooh. This is great stuff.

I just sent the link to my friend at the Metal Museum in Memphis TN. They have a fundraiser every fall where a bunch of volunteer metal smiths come in and do repairs for the public. We get tons of pewter and silver plate (which is usually brass and soft solder). I think they should make this a training video.

Jaroslav 06-07-2019 01:35 AM

Beautiful work. Thanks for sharing.
Everything is done so that the plate is still soft, no punches !!!! No bam, bam.:)

ken from Peterborough 03-30-2020 09:43 AM

I enjoyed watching every minute of this video, can't get over the magnet used as a planishing tool, maybe I apply used some of his methods in shaping thin copper.
Thanks for posting it.


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