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SF’s Hammer Tutorials – Rappelling Combine

Hello and welcome to this tutorial! I will just dive right into it and show you what you will learn here today. So you see we have a room, glass and we walk forward, and the combine drops down and walks forward. Yeah, so that’s exactly what we will do in this tutorial here today. […]

HOW TO LAY+GROUT FLAGSTONE SLABS |PRO GROUTING NATURAL STONE SAND JOINTS |MASONRY PATIO PAVERS

Hi this is Carl the landscape guy. In this video I will show you how we complete cement-bonded grouting of natural stone slabs. This chapel forecourt is being redesigned. The natural stone slabs laid in sand have sagged over the years, forming trip hazard joints. The plates will be re-installed later, so they will be […]

How to Stamp Metal

Hi, my name is Jessica, and I’m with the Potomac Bead Company. Today I’m going to show you how to do stamped pendants. What you’ll need is a hammering block, a hammer, your stamps, we have those in three different sizes: six millimeter, three millimeter and 1.5 millimeter, the pieces of metal that you’re going […]

From Steel to Sword–Here’s How Blacksmiths Mold Metal

[Laughs] This is Arnon. It’s all authentic, man. You know I worked for three hours to get that dirt on just right. He’s a blacksmith who loves chemistry. Arnon founded Bridgetown Forge in Portland, Oregon in the early 2000s, and that’s where the Reactions team met up with him. We were lucky enough to get […]

Making a Radius Bending Fixture for Sheetmetal

I often need to make radiused bends on sheetmetal for tanks and other projects, so I made a simple device that attaches to the edge of my workbench. It works like the apron of a brake. The apron is made from angle iron with round pins welded on each end. The pivot blocks are a […]

Iron Mining | How To Make Everything: Tools (3/6)

I’m on a quest to make my own tools from scratch and after learning some stone age skills it’s on to the Iron Age The stone age ended with the discovery of metal working, in a period between 6000 and 2000 BC the first used iron as a tool was likely made from fallen meteors […]

How to Make a Helmet Stand

Hi! My name is Dave. You’re watching “Make for Others”. And in this episode we’re going to build a helmet stand for my friend George’s helmet! I’d been working on a Star Wars Boba Fett helmet for my friend George and also wanted to give him a few options for where it could hang in […]

Metal Fab Tech Tip: Pre-Stretch Metal Before Bead Rolling – Eastwood

and you guys that have done a lot of be growing i’m sure you’ve come across this problem like we’re showing right here have a nice flat paddle you lay all your beads out roll your beads perfectly straight you think everything is great you pull it out and well it’s just like this it’s […]