February 15, 2016, 01:11:28 PM Pedro C | : 804 | : 0
January 30, 2016, 04:39:56 PM jj99 | : 795 | : 1
Hi, I am very new to this hobby / art. Very interested in learning get more.
January 13, 2016, 06:35:56 PM greenebelly | : 696 | : 1
Bran-spankin-new. Checking everything engraving out. Woodworker who stumbled into engraving, then hobo nickels. Some wonderful stuff.
January 02, 2016, 02:24:44 PM Boomhower | : 1018 | : 1
Here is my engraving block I turned on the lathe. And filled it with lead shot . I just hot glue the work to it later on I will route the top out and put a centering vise on
December 02, 2015, 06:42:26 PM WildDigger | : 1017 | : 1
I went to my buddies JBs_creations and he let me try his Lindsay system. I love it and think I have a new hobby. Now I need to sell every piece of gold or silver I have and maybe one of my Water Metal Detectors to get one of these. I will now back step and start with something more basic until then.
November 30, 2015, 12:00:48 PM WildDigger | : 682 | : 0
Hello everybody. I am Matt aka WildDigger. I do metal detecting as a hobby but am wanting to get into making some hobo carvings. I have a few friends that do this and it spiked my interests. Now I need to figure out what all is needed to get going. LOL
November 03, 2015, 11:01:03 AM KeithPedersen
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Steve Lindsay is selling a set up for getting started carving nickels. A couple of different options to get you started cutting coins. http://airgraver.com/photos/deluxe%20coin%20carving%20set1.jpg
Link to ordering page.....
October 25, 2015, 06:54:49 AM KeithPedersen
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Here is a cheap beginners coin holder. on mine I cut the pins down so they don't sit too high above the coin and get in the way when carving. http://www.zakjewelrytools.com/products/peg-clamp-holder
Another thing you can use is hot melt glue from a craft store. glue the coin to a piece of broomstick and then put the block of wood in a vise to hold while carving. freeze it when done carving and pop the coin off the wood when done.