Step 1: Measure your flat bar to the size you want the piece to be.
Step 2: Cut out your flat bar after you made the mark. Use a hacksaw and vice.
Step 3: File the flat bar you just cut and make sure there are no rough edges.
Step 4: For piece one, get the circle mould and use your hands to bend the flat bar around until you just overlap the flatbar.
Step 5: Weld your circle to complete this piece.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 for the next piece
Step 6: Use the flat bar twist jig to twist this piece of flatbar.
Step 7: Use the scroll plate to scroll both ends left from the flat bar. You might have to use a clamp to get more leverage.
Step 8: Repeat steps 1 and 2 for the final piece of flat bar.
Step 9: Scroll one end of the flat bar using a scroll plate and your done for the flatbar.
Flat bar pieces one, two, and three.
Step 10: Using a metal ruler and scribe, mark out your sheet metal so it is a square, for this one, mark out an 8x8 square.
Step 11: Use the guillotine to cut out the square. Repeat steps 10 and 11 two more times.
Step 12: Using the metal ruler and scribe again, find the center of the sheet metal by drawing an x, marking from corner to corner, where the x meets, is the middle.
Step 13: Once you have found the middle, use the ballpin hammer and a center punch to make a dent in the middle.
Step 14: Using the diameter, put one end in the dent and the other so it touching just inside the square. Spin it around to mark a circle.
Step 15: Use tin snips to cut out the perfect circle.
Step 16: Using the drill press, line the drill bit up to the dent and start drilling until you have made a hole through the sheet metal.
Step 17: Use the wooden dish mold to shape the dish so it catches the wax.
Do that for all three dishes.
Step 18: Use pop rivet gun and a pop rivet to pop rivet all pieces together.
- Sheet Metal
- Welding Machine
- Scroll Plate
- Metal Ruler
- Ball Pin Hammer
- Pop rivet gun
- Pop rivets
- Drill press
- Tin mans mallet
- Dish mold