Metalwork: Making Cold Connections with Rivets (Video Download)

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Combine found objects, metal shapes and frames, and other unique elements in one-of-a-kind designer pendants using one of the strongest cold connections in metalworking: Rivets. Step by step, you’ll learn how to create jewelry connections that are both artistic and long-lasting. This video shows you how to make wire rivets, screw rivets, and tube rivets and features complete instructions for making two distinctive pendants.

As an added bonus, once you purchase MetalWork:Making Connections with Rivets you will receive a free download of two of Susan's projects. 

SKU: EP2451

Author/Speaker/Editor: Susan Lenart Kazmer

Format: Standard Definition Video

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Some Tools and Materials You'll Need:
  • 16- and 24-gauge bronze, silver, and copper metal
  • 1/8" metal tubing
  • Materials from art, office supply, and hardware stores
  • Mica
  • Printed Paper
  • Jeweler's saw
  • Ball peen hammer
  • Anvil
  • Tibe jig
  • Center punch
  • Vise
  • Flex shaft and drill bits
  • Double-flush wire snips
  • Needles files

SKU: EP2451

Author/Speaker/Editor: Susan Lenart Kazmer

Format: Standard Definition Video

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Apart from the lack of modeling safety, this is not a very effective teaching video. The teacher may be a talented artist, but she doesn't bother with the basics of cold connections and uses metals that may not be suitable for beginners. If you want a true range of techniques, go with Helen Driggs's video about cold connections.

(Posted on 5/7/2014)

(Posted on 5/7/2014)

Where's your safety glasses? Review by Loretta Luli

Its a shame that such a talented artist and instructor doesn't demonstrate proper safety habits. A message cautioning viewers to use protective eyewear had to be displayed each time she drilled, because she didn't wear any. Also, "galvanized" does NOT mean annealed. The black wire she was using is baling wire, which is an annealed steel wire. Other than those two items, it was a very informative video.

(Posted on 1/20/2012)

(Posted on 1/20/2012)

awesome introduction to cold connections for "show me" learners. Review by Hope Nesmith

Excellent! Even better as an instant-gratification e-download. After watching this I was able to make wire rivets, use tubing as a spacer in creating dimensional pieces, and as a rivet. I hope Interweave keeps the downloadable versions of these coming.

(Posted on 12/23/2010)

(Posted on 12/23/2010)