First Metal Detecting Hunt of 2018 – Found Silver!

Hey everyone its Rob with Rob finds treasure and today was a good day but it said it was gonna get about 60 to 70 degrees come noon so I got my metal detector out just to kind of get my detector set do a little clad coins search pull out some finds just to […]

▶ Rolex DATEJUST 31: Stainless Steel, silver index Dial, smooth domed Bezel, Oyster – REVIEW 178240

Hey, guys, this is Kevin from Jaztime.com, and today we’ll be reviewing the Rolex Datejust 31, reference number 178240. We’ll be going over the pricing, the dial, bezel, case, crown, bracelet, clasp, and we’ll talk about the movement towards the end of the video. OK, so as of October 2017, you can get this watch […]

How to Solder : Types of Solder

Hi, this is Jeff Naylor from M-troniks in Mesa, Arizona for Expert Village. Solder is a mixture of metals designed to penetrate when melted and provide optimum strength when cooled. There are three things to consider when selecting solder. The first is whether you want lead or lead-free solder. Now, a lot of newer devices […]

How to Solder : Soldering Iron Maintenance Tips

Hi, this is Jeff Naylor from Mtroniks is Mesa, Arizona for Expert Village. In this section, we’re discussing soldering and cleaning and maintenance. Now soldering tip maintenance might seem insignificant, but if the top is contaminated, the joint you make with the top will be contaminated and will eventually fail, so it?s actually really important. […]

The Inkless Metal Pen literally writes in metal.

[MUSIC PLAYING] Somewhere between a pen and pencil, but much cooler is the inkless metal pen. With its patented alloy tip, you’re literally writing in metal, not ink or graphite. Pencil marks smudge easily, which is especially frustrating if you write left-handed. But marks from the inkless metal pan are virtually smudge-proof. And they’re permanent […]

How to Solder : Soldering with Speaker Cables

Hi, this is Jeff Naylor from Mtroniks in Mesa, Arizona for Expert Village. Your prep work is really dependent on what type of connector you’re going to be putting on your speaker cable. Now, as you saw on our last section, we tin the wires if we’re going to a quarter inch cable. We’re also […]

How to Make Your Own Jewelry : Jewelry Casting: Part One

So the first thing that we need to do, this is a typical centrifugal caster or a spin caster is go ahead and spin it up. We have spring loaded casing here at the bottom. The first thing that you want to do is balance it so that when the force of the metal is […]

How to Use the Jeweller’s Micro-Flame Butane Torch

Go to Beadaholique.com for all of your beading supplies needs! Hi. This is Julie with Beadaholique.com. Today we’re going to do a product demo of the Mirco-Flame Torch. This is great for using in various jewelry projects including resin making when you want to get the bubbles out, soldering, jewelry casting wax working, metal sculpting […]

How to Solder : Removing Solder

Hi, this is Jeff Naylor from Mtroniks is Mesa, Arizona for Expert Village. So now we’ve soldered a resistor on a circuit board and that was fun, but let’s say we have a broken component we need to remove. If you have defective parts you need to remove from a circuit board, you will need […]

How to Make a Pair of Cuff Links

Go to www.beadaholique.com to purchase beading supplies and to get design ideas! Hi this is Julie for Beadaholique.com and I’m gonna show you how to make a cufflink that looks like it’s been enameled this is one of my favorite projects I’ve done in a long time. I have this cufflink bezel which is this […]