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With the material pinched in the vice, begin heating at one end. Once red hot, twist the piece clockwise. Progress down the workpiece, heating and twisting.

This project was commissioned to me by a local wedding decorator. My goal was to create a lightweight, portable, wrought iron sign that was elegant and complemented the wedding theme. Here are 4 methods used in this video. It may take some practice, but ultimately, the final product is worth... Read more »


Looking for a weekend project that’ll get you back into the wood shop? Transform a reclaimed wood block into a unique storage box—and hone your bandsaw skills while you’re at it—with this fun and versatile project! Making a bandsaw box is a great starter project for learning how to expand... Read more »


As a Southern California native who now lives in the Northeast, the only thing I miss more than the weather is the local taqueria and their endless supply of spicy, pickled carrots. Luckily, I can still enjoy those taqueria-style pickles wherever I go with the help of Master Food Preserver... Read more »

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  You can find these interesting looking old lanterns in many antique shops and flea markets. Typically they’re rusted beyond use, but a quick modification turns them into a fantastic lamp for that rustic looking room. Read more »


Set up your own FPV race with these handy guidelines Read more »


Fast and fun, first-person-view races are rocketing in popularity. Read more »