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Instructor: Aisha Formanski
Technique(s): Metalwork
Level: Beginner
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Create your very own unique and beautiful stacked rings! Instructor Aisha Formanski teaches you how to size, cut, shape and solder rings that will fit perfectly. The class takes the technique to the next level by adding texture and small blanks to the rings to add variety when stacked. This is a beginning level class for the jewelry maker who has been waiting to start soldering. The wait is over, let's solder!

This class has a running time of 25 minutes.
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I LOVE this class. This class is the primary reason for my new interest in working with metals and soldering. Aisha gives simple to understand step-by-step instructions. I've viewed this class several times and always take away something new. That's the beauty of Beaducation classes. You can learn at our convenience.
05/19/2015
Lauretta
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Very helpful class! Easy to follow with great tips! Thank you!
08/20/2015
Sarah
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Thank you Aisha and Beaducation, this was a great class, I actually made a stack of rings, all the steps were easy to understand and apply, I will be viewing more for sure. Thanks again!:)
01/11/2016
Mary
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I had just made some copper wire rings and wanted to solder little charms on top and had no idea how to proceed. This class was excellent. Aisha explained everything clearly. Can't wait to solder charms! Thank you.
02/27/2016
Rita
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Awesome free class! Thanks so much Beaducation for offering free classes! I learned so much in this class! You guys rock!
03/16/2016
Melissa
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I like this class for rings, however, you do not work harden the rings. This would leave the soft and bendable.

Please add a step on how you work harden them.
Beaducation Replied:

Thanks for your feedback! You make a great point. We found that shaping the bangle on the steel bracelet mandrel with a non-marring mallet, or shaping by hand with the Nylon Bracelet Pliers, work-hardens the bangle enough to keep its shape because we used a thick gauged material in this lesson.   If a piece needed to be further work hardened, these same steps could be repeated.

05/30/2016
Christina