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When in Doubt, Anneal!
by Judy Ellis, Wire-Sculpture.com
Tip for February 3, 2014
Tip Guide to Tucson!
Today’s LIVE Tip comes from Eva Sherman: “When in Doubt, Anneal!”
“It’s always easiest to work on soft metal. When creating with metal, one generally applies compressive physical forces such as hammering, texturing, bending, and forging which will work harden the metal rather quickly. Rather than struggling to beat metal into submissions, make it easier on yourself and anneal often!”
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