See my mistake? The one in the center would have made a backwards "om". A quick flip and I milled the correct die cavity on the right...I do this more often than I admit...
A bunch of dies, biohazard, celtic knot, om, pi and mizu. Milled into 6061 aluminum. A very quick way of making new earrings.
A blurry closeup of the celtic die and the stamping.
My new Mk2 ring mandrel. I decided that chucking it in the 4 jaw would allow me to dial it in when mounted on the rotary table so that any engraving/milling would be true to the periphery of the ring.
The parts, conical washers and a split, shouldered, bushing (this one is size 8)
The conical washers force the bushing to expand when the screw is tightened. I have plans for the Mk1 Taig version here.