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The Fine Things are Always Hand Made

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Comment by Carlos Insa on December 29, 2021 at 8:01pm

Dear Scott,I really appreciate their work and constructive pedagogy explained in your videos from youtube,but I cannot replicate those pieces even in dreams, I will have to settle for trying to get an original for sale, if it becomes available to me in the future.

Cheers  :)

Comment by Scott Seickel on December 26, 2021 at 7:58am

I have extra, but no plan on selling them as you need 2 proper sized rivet sets and the aluminum base I machined to hold the pins as you roll them over.  If I sold them with the proper rivet sets and a custom base plate, it would cost more than someone would pay.  Plus you need the proper size drill bits (or round rod) to put in the pins to get them straightened out and the sizes from pin to pin varied slightly so you might need several sizes.  Ideally, new pins would solve all the issues.  Brass tubing is readily available in the proper diameters, but putting the neck on the tubing is not an easy task. 

Comment by Carlos Insa on December 26, 2021 at 4:14am

Scott,Do you plan to sell these in the future? All guys do not have the ability and the complet workbench necessary to make these repro parts...  Regards :)

Comment by Scott Seickel on December 25, 2021 at 7:12pm

Thank you.  Those were my creation. 

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