How to make a Coin Ring | TeamDroid

10 responses

  1. Orin
    4/27/2005

    That, sir, is awesome. Congrats! About what size finger do you have, in ring sizes?

    [About a 9 something. I forget. I’m going to look for a silver coin in the next few weeks to give this a go. -John]

  2. chase
    1/8/2006

    can you send me an e mail with a little more details on how to go about doing that

  3. Luke
    8/10/2006

    It’s not as easy as it looks

    Luke
    http://www.ddsclub.com
    [I’m sure that is quite true. -John]

  4. ZippyStevey
    11/22/2007

    I make mine in an entirely different way! Only handtools, nothing electric at all. Hammers, 3 different size files, sandpaper, that’s about it.
    Mine look alot different, too…I leave the writing on the outside and inside of the ring so anyone can look at it and see it was a coin. If you want to see pictures, check out http://www.zippystevey.com for them. Thanks for reading this, Steve

  5. Val
    12/19/2007

    I made them differently too. I’ve made two in 2 days, each took about 2-3 hours. I used an Austrian schilling and an Italian 50 lire piece. I didn’t think of looking for a website to find out how to do it until now. I started by drilling a hole, mounted it on a tapered steel spike, then folded over the edge 90 degrees. Depending on which way you fold it you can get the writing on the inside or outside. I tried both. The first one I just hammered over. The second I heated first to soften. I’ll try hammering the edge on the next one.

  6. Dooma
    4/22/2008

    How does the guy above fold it? I’ve seen ones online that have writing and years on the outside… anyone know how to do this? I don’t want to pay $50 for one. Thanks!

  7. kangaroopoop
    9/11/2008

    he said he drills a hole, puts it on a spike and hammers, can you use any coin?

  8. anonymos
    10/14/2008

    very cool what kind of silver coins for different ring sizes?

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