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    Default Stainless teaspoon necklace

    Hi

    I have sometimes made stuff from stainless teaspoons.
    I like its somewhat good material to work with.

    Easy to temper for desired colours etc.

    Here is a one video about making one version simple version.

    https://youtu.be/lEdMqLiI5yM


    Made it with dremel 3000 rotary tool and tungsten carbide cutters.

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    It seems that in this forum you can't edit posts?

    Anyway here is the working video link:



    And another kind of version, made with the same way.


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    It is looking pretty, and I like it, in fact, I saw it the first time, I never saw it before, well I also wanna buy it, well will you make it for me? and how much charges you take for making this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ariachris56 View Post
    It is looking pretty, and I like it, in fact, I saw it the first time, I never saw it before, well I also wanna buy it, well will you make it for me? and how much charges you take for making this?
    Sorry! This is not possible due to our Forum rules (Terms of Use).
    read about them by going to the FORUM button Top LH side of page and after clicking then select Forum Home.

    Terms of Use are on the very top of the page.

    However I did read somewhere that Tuomas has a Facebook page. Go to his You tube channel and you will likely find it in the links below the videos.
    I have followed Toumas's work for ages and from what I have seen of him, he has never offered anything for sale.

    Why not grab a Dremel and some bits and have a go yourself? After all, the instructions are on the you tube, down to showing the correct carbide bits to use.

    Cheers

    Grahame

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grahame Collins View Post
    Sorry! This is not possible due to our Forum rules (Terms of Use).
    read about them by going to the FORUM button Top LH side of page and after clicking then select Forum Home.

    Terms of Use are on the very top of the page.

    However I did read somewhere that Tuomas has a Facebook page. Go to his You tube channel and you will likely find it in the links below the videos.
    I have followed Toumas's work for ages and from what I have seen of him, he has never offered anything for sale.

    Why not grab a Dremel and some bits and have a go yourself? After all, the instructions are on the you tube, down to showing the correct carbide bits to use.

    Cheers

    Grahame
    Yep. I don't make things for sale.
    Just want to try to make different stuff and sometimes i make a video about it. Once you have tried, you found it to be very easy task. It just takes little time to get the feeling for the tool if you haven't used dremel like tools before.

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