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Complete Metalsmith, The

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McCreight

80 minutes
DVD

Tom McCreight demonstrates many of the basic techniques of jewelrymaking, including piercing, soldering, forging, stone setting and cold connections. Close-up photography and on-screen graphics makes this a wonderful way to learn.

Item #: DVD3

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Finishes and Finishing for Metal Sculpture

Goehl

71 minutes
DVD

Throughout this video you'll see the different finishes used on Goehl's sculptures. The chapters are laid out so you don't have to go searching, you can go right to the sections you want." Using some scrap metal, learn how to make a tool so you can mount your electric drill in a vice which will keep both hands free for wire brushing or buffing.

Item #: DVD38

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Forging a Copper Rose

Har-lev

60 minutes
DVD

Forging a one piece copper rose using hand and power techniques. Step by step from blank size to finishing. Bonus toolmaking, the chisel, a forged gouge (used in making the rose).

Item #: DVD49

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Forming Copper

Goehl

71 minutes

DVD

Copper is one of the most malleable of the metals and also the most forgiving. The tools Goehl uses are rather primitive. Learn how to make the forming mallets, and what he uses for planishing. You will learn two techniques to form bowls. Whether it's a copper bowl, an abstract sculpture or any piece formed into a shape that comes out of your mind, you can do it with the tools and techniques shown in this video.

Item #: DVD37

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Trees, Trees, Trees

Goehl

75 minutes
DVD

Trees can be used in scenes or as stand alone wall sculptures, whether in groupings or individually. You can take some of these trees that would be fitting for a casual setting and produce a tree or trees that fit perfectly into a formal setting. These trees also work well for offices and conference centers. Also included is how to make two tools that you can use while making the trees and also for other sculptures. One tool is a small parts leverage bender. An oxygen acetylene torch and the ability to braze are the main requirements for accomplishing these projects.

Item #: DVD48

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Getting Started With Metal Sculpture

Goehl

60 minutes
DVD

Goehl explains the tools that he uses, how to use them and show the basic tools one needs to get started. There are cheap imported tools and then there are top quality tools. Both have their uses, but the trick is in knowing which one to buy for a particular purpose and this video covers that. Materials are thoroughly covered: such as copper, brass, tubing, hot rolled and cold rolled steel along with RG45.

Item #: DVD47

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