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Topic: Making Expanded S[..l Tutorial
Message: Posted by: sarjito (Apr 13, 2010 07:24AM)
Hi all,

I'm just wondering if anyone is interested in making their own coin gaffs especially expanded S[..l. Since I have done some experiments and managed to make my own - let me know if anyone is interested. Let's make it happens

PM me and see if many people are interested and I will organise a DIY page.

Thanks
Message: Posted by: Bill Hegbli (Apr 13, 2010 11:20AM)
To make an Expanded shell coin, one needs a miniture metal cutting lathe. This is a very difficult skill to aquire. I see you are relative new on the Café from your count. If you are thinking of exposing gimmick coin manufacture on the Café, it is against the rules. Of course you can set up your own web site and do whatevery you wish, if that is what you are considering.
Message: Posted by: Magic Researcher (Apr 13, 2010 12:07PM)
Sarjito,
Set up your own web site and let us know when it is ready.
MR
Message: Posted by: DWRackley (Apr 13, 2010 12:27PM)
Interested? Yes. Hopeful? No.

I believe [b]wmhegbli[/b] is correct, in that it requires equipment most of us do not possess (although I have made some very passable hooked coins in the past).

I’ll side with [b]MR[/b] here. Set up a site, and let us know. There are many posting here who frequently refer to their own sites. It’s a system that seems to work.

Don
Message: Posted by: sarjito (Apr 13, 2010 07:41PM)
Thanks for lettingme know guys, yes, I'm new and I do not have any negative intension to expose anyone/ company at all. Just want to share info with people.
Thanks for the advise and remind me about it. I definitely not intending of doing any harm to any.

so, can I post the link in the forum?

Thanks
Message: Posted by: raywitko (Apr 13, 2010 07:54PM)
I'm interested in any kind of knowledge, please do.
Ray
Message: Posted by: Michael Baker (Apr 13, 2010 11:49PM)
I'd like to see it also. I do not have a metal lathe, but a close friend does. :)
Message: Posted by: ottphd (Oct 10, 2011 09:26PM)
Count me in!
Message: Posted by: jay leslie (Oct 11, 2011 12:46PM)
Just to tease us, how many collets in your system, and how many different bits are involved?
Message: Posted by: en2oh (Dec 16, 2011 08:47PM)
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On 2011-10-11 13:46, jay leslie wrote:
Just to tease us, how many collets in your system, and how many different bits are involved?
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Have you got a website up and running yet?
I have an EMCO Compact 5 and would love to be able to do some gaffed coin work.
Doug