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[Project] How I made a double knot ring


#1

I annealed the wire three times at various stages in order to pull
the knots smaller and smaller.

The following photos will show the process.
http://www.ganoksin.com/gnkurl/ep822r [PDF file]

Simple and fun project.

Dale Pavatte
Diamonds For You
Decherd, Tennessee


#2
http://www.ganoksin.com/gnkurl/ep822r [PDF file] 

Thanks Dale. Nifty idea. This would be a great project for a
beginner! Judy in Kansas


#3

Dave,

http://www.ganoksin.com/gnkurl/ep822r [PDF file] 

Very nice progression of photos showing the process! Thank you so
much!

John in Indiana


#4

Thanks so much for the photo sequence, and of course the ring. Could
you explain the set-up for the pickling after soldering the ring
shut? I don’t recognize the material holding the ring in the pickle
(assuming that is pickle. Could it be an ultrasonic?)


#5

Could you explain the set-up for the pickling after soldering the
ring shut? I don’t recognize the material holding the ring in the
pickle (assuming that is pickle. Could it be an ultrasonic.

Noralie, You are right, the photo is of a pickle pot. I cut a slit
out of the top of it for easy access and it still keeps the liquid
from evaporating fairly well. I suspend my rings on a plastic coat
hanger I have formed into a u-shape. You can easily bend a plastic
coat hanger into shape by gently heating it with your torch. Good
question.

Dale Pavatte
Diamonds For You


#6

Thank you for sharing this.

http://www.ganoksin.com/gnkurl/ep822r [PDF file] 

Emma Tallack