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Alexey Domanoff

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  • Birthday 05/12/1972

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    Minsk, Belarus

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  1. Black wire for eye bolts/rings

    Brass is easy to twist as cooper. But can be easier blackened. If you're not sure in brass softness you may anneal brass before using. Some times I blacken straight wire, some times result eye bolts/rings. I think you may blacken cooper wire before making rings using sulfuric ointment from drug store. Here I've used it to blacken cooper stripes. http://hms-vanguard.blogspot.com.by/2009/06/blog-post_02.html
  2. Black wire for eye bolts/rings

    I use brass wire and then blacken eye bolt/rings made from. Blackening is simple process using blackening powder
  3. Really sorry, I didn't get any messages from you since Dec, 12th. The last was with question about courier name. Can you please check the email address have you used? I do understand this looks like I hided from solving problem. Please believe me it's not so. I always help customers with any problems with my machines and doesn't matter what has it caused. Thanks for Doug Ross who pointed me here as I read forum rarely. Please contact me by paypal's email, email from site or my personal email from this forum or PM to discuss how to send you replacements. my apologies for the this, Alexey

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