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Much more work on the 1903

I’ve been working hard on this 1903. It’s almost done, it just needs some more polishing, and some shading, then it’s off to the bluing tanks. 15 more words


Dayton, KY storefront on its way back to its orginal design.

by Jennifer Sierra

In the 500 block of 6th Avenue in Dayton, Kentucky, a building was purchased by John Batchelor of Bellevue, KY. John’s goal is to take the 1890’s building at 526 6th Avenue and create a workshop and showroom for his woodworking and metalworking art. 329 more words


My work, others' eyes

I set my two by two inch brass box onto the pumice bed making sure everything is aligned correctly. Goddamn it, I forgot to cover it in that bird shit looking stuff. 970 more words


Crisp Corners for Hollow Forms

In this post I am showing how I made small boxes (hollow forms) with crisp corners to fit my already finished shaped granulations.

First, I decided how high I wanted my box and cut a strip of sterling silver that would become the sides of the box. 141 more words


Custom Indexable Tooling

In addition to solid tooling, OSG can also apply modifications and create custom indexable tooling by request. Contact your nearest OSG sales representative for details or visit our website: http://www.osg-global.jp


Happy Holidays from all of us at OSG

At the holiday season, our thoughts turn gratefully to those who have made our successes possible. It is in this spirit that we thank you and wish you happy holidays and a joyful New Year.


Die Holders

Occasionally, I do some external threading on the lathe on smaller stuff with threading dies.  Up until now I’ve put them in a die stock and attempted to thread that way.   495 more words