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I'm just a fun-loving granola boy. I love the outdoors, science, and art. I'm also what you might call a "maker" which is to say that if there's something out there I want, I'll do my best make it myself. My hands are my most cherished tools, and I've been using them to make chainmaille since 2000. With all my mailling experience, I know very well that the right rings can make all the difference in a piece of jewelry or that certain piece of chainmaille.

All of my rings are made from the highest quality solid stainless steel wire I can find. In my cutting machine, I use water-based cutting fluids that are approved by the EPA. Once cut, I clean the rings and then tumble them to remove most of the burrs. When packaging the rings, I count them out by weight, and once weighed, I always throw in several more rings for good measure, so you'll be getting a few more than advertised. This is…

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  • Male
  • Born on August 19
  • Joined July 12, 2011

Favorite materials

Wire, metal, wood, my mind and my hands

About

I'm just a fun-loving granola boy. I love the outdoors, science, and art. I'm also what you might call a "maker" which is to say that if there's something out there I want, I'll do my best make it myself. My hands are my most cherished tools, and I've been using them to make chainmaille since 2000. With all my mailling experience, I know very well that the right rings can make all the difference in a piece of jewelry or that certain piece of chainmaille.

All of my rings are made from the highest quality solid stainless steel wire I can find. In my cutting machine, I use water-based cutting fluids that are approved by the EPA. Once cut, I clean the rings and then tumble them to remove most of the burrs. When packaging the rings, I count them out by weight, and once weighed, I always throw in several more rings for good measure, so you'll be getting a few more than advertised. This is because every once in a while you get a coil-end, which is basically half a ring. My filtering process eliminates most of these, but sometimes a straggler gets through. I want to make sure you're getting what you pay for.

So, how are my prices as low as they are?

1) I buy my wire in bulk, $200-$300 at a time.
2) My ring-making setup allows me to cut far more rings in a day than almost anyone.
3) I'm not in this to get rich.

I offer a very high quality product at prices better than even commercial ring sellers.

If you have any questions, or would like to make an order for certain rings you don't see in my store, feel free to convo me.

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