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Instructor: Lisa Niven Kelly
Technique(s): Wirework
Level: All Levels
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Learn from wire master Lisa Niven Kelly how to coil wire on a drill. Lisa will show you tips and tricks to making coils fast and effortlessly. This class is perfect for the wireworker who loves to design with coils but is looking for a way to speed up the coiling process.

This class has a run time of 19 minutes.
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This is a great class for any level of skill especially for beginners like myself. I find the "what not to dos" just as helpful as the tips Lisa shares like using the ring clamp to hold the coiling wire. The short talk about the drill, dremel and flex shaft was helpful when deciding what tool to use.
03/14/2015
Melanie
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This was my second viewing of this video an I appreciate the time that Lisa takes to explain everything. I will now proceed with my coiling with confidence.
07/11/2015
Anna
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Lisa is a wonderful instructor. Her explaination is very clear and easy to understand. I was fascinated watching this video but I was disappointed that she didn't show how to cut the coil in sections. Is there another video that deals with that? If not, would you consider another one with more advanced techniques?
Beaducation Replied:

To learn how to cut the coils into sections, refer to Lisa's other free classes: Tornado Toggle (Step 1: Making Coils) and/or Tornado Beads (Step 1: Building and Cutting). 

09/14/2015
Paulette
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Great educational class! Can use it to make atomizer coils for my ecigarette too. One thing I wish was shown was cutting the far end of the coil. I believe it would be similar to the chuck end but never assume! If you could show cutting both ends of the coil through the presentation that would be perfect! Can't wait to see more. Keep up the great free educational videos!!!!
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From Lisa: You cut both ends of the coil the exact same way. The 6th step shows how to cut the ends of the coil.

 

02/24/2016
Paula