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Everyone wants to know how to make a ring. This is the most simple thing we can do. The simple way to make our ring by measuring with the measurement the finger that we want. Measurement with the two pieces combined together, we will then take the measurements and take the string, put them one against the other, we will take the preeminent pin and put as a little mark where they combine. Now we will take the string and with the sword, we will cut the metal on how much we will need.
We will take the file and will straighten the edge so they will combine together, both sides.
We burn the metal and wait till we see that it gets red. We will take the burned metal and put it in the water. After releasing the metal, we will take it out of the water and on the anvil, we will give it a round, a roundening. You can see that, it is very, very soft now, you can do that with your hands, no problem and put it, where I am going to put the soldering piece on and a bit on the solder piece.
I will put the soldering piece beneath the part I would like to solder together and light the burner with the twizzer in the other hand, I will start heating the ring in a homorganic way until I see the soldering piece run together.
You can see that it is silver here. I know that it closed the two parts together. I will now put it in the acid, after the acid has cleaned the ring, I will take it out and put it in the water. I will dry it and now, we could give it the round shape by taking the ring on the anvil and the plastic hammer and start giving it the right shape.
We have a ring. We take the file and in order to take off what has left over from the solder, we will take the file and take it slowly off.
Inside the ring, I will take the round side and go inside. If we would like to make it even more smoother, we will take the sand paper, put it inside the forager, take the ring.