1. EngraverHand

    Real size template - Tutorial.

    I´m sure most of you know, at least for the more experienced engravers, but still for some new ones I think it´s a good and easy tips for how to make real size template for what you're about to engrave.. and make design ideas either to transfer or before you draw it directly to the item. :-)...
  2. Jan Hendrik

    Griffon gold inlay tutorial

    I just uploaded a video on my Patreon page covering the gold inlay process of a Griffon design in an ax head for well known knife maker Henning Wilkinson. Henning is a member of the South African Knife Makers Guild. The tutorial covers the whole inlay process from start to finish including...
  3. H

    Learning Books

    Hello, I recently bought my first set of gravers and a pitch bowl. I have a 116 degree universal Lindsay sharpening template that worked a treat on the diamond sharpeners. I have a small and a large domed end, a flat door wedge graver and a scoopy graver I made from old tungsten carbide machine...
  4. DakotaDocMartin

    Engraving Scrollwork Start to Finish - an overview & review

    Engraving Scrollwork Start to Finish an instructional video by Master Engraver Sam Alfano :graver: Sam asked me if I would view his newest engraving video and perhaps make a few comments about it. :o My initial feeling is this is a must have tool that everyone from beginner to the...
  5. KCSteve

    How to post links

    How to post links As promised, a quick little tutorial on posting links, including links to search results. There are two basic ways you can do all of these little code things. If you hit the 'Go Advanced' button on a reply, or if you're starting a thread you have the advanced input...
  6. KCSteve

    Posting pictures that won't get lost

    Every now and then the pictures on a thread 'go away'. This happens when the pictures are hosted elsewhere and something happens that makes the URL to where they were invalid. Could be the picture got deleted from that site, the site's URL changed, security changed... all sorts of things...
  7. KCSteve

    Tutorial: The Hobo Nickel Studio

    The Hobo Nickel Studio This is cross posted over at my website - click here This tutorial shows you how to construct a little photography aid I call the Hobo Nickel Studio. It's inspired by Roland Baptiste's clever idea of turning an empty milk jug into a mini-macro studio. He noted...

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