August 25, 2010

September 7, 2010 Demo Captive Ring(s) by Hege

Roland Hege did a captive ring Demo. after a brief introductory meeting starting at 6:30 pm.  He showed with skill how to make a double ring goblet and showed how to interlock the ring. He had several cutters shaped to the exact half-circle desired. Carefully the ring is formed and sanded to final shape and then cutoff. Rubber bands hold them out of the way for the next ring.

Then make sure you coat with a sanding sealer or the like. When the rings are interlocked and glued there is no evidence since the sanding sealer prevents glue from adhering to the surface.

These are favorites for gifts to young married couples, or families with several children. Multiple rings represent each family member and interlocking presents a tight knit family. Make a few of these for your next Wedding Gift!

Double Captive Ring: Roland Hege
Thank You, Mr. Roland for another excellent Demo. We appreciate your time and effort as always. Now lets see the Rose Engine again!

Next Month: Uncle Ed and Tim Rinehart demonstrating, the two popular coring systems, the Kelton McNaughton and the OneWay EasyCore meeting at Ed Pfau's home shop on October 5, 2010 6:30 pm

Location:2201 Lancaster Hwy, Monroe, NC