Titanium ring whose jewels glow through induction

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15 Responses to “Titanium ring whose jewels glow through induction”

  1. parfae says:

    If it doesn’t glow when Orcs are close, I don’t want it.

    • NoOneSpecific says:

       So, basically it has to glow when you get close.

      (And before you say when I get close, that, good sir, would have to be enchanted to detect TROLLS!) =P

  2. waetherman says:

    Version 2.0 should include embedded mp3 player…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgOlgWaFh8Q

    Seriously though, amazing project. Congrats to both!

  3. glatt1 says:

    Wow!  That is quite the instructable.  I figured it would be a challenge to make such a ring, but I had no idea how involved it would be.

  4. Sekino says:

    It’s all around brilliant!

  5. jandrese says:

    So the stones are going to fall out?  He went on an on about the various attachment methods including epoxy (they fall out over time), and then decided to go for the epoxy route anyway?  

    I’m a little surprised he went with titanium, as it is notoriously difficult to work with, especially for jewelery. 

  6. Tagishsimon says:

    Paging sub-editor: “Titanium ring’s  jewels glow through induction”. Fixed.

  7. gracelovescostumesandhabaneros says:

    WOW.

    What an amazing tribute of his love.

    And an ultra cool, super fun, and gorgeous ring!!!!!

    She’s a lucky girl.

  8. IslandBased says:

    I’m a goldsmith and I sometimes incorporate niobium into my work. Your ring is a very interesting item, and I applaud both the creativity and the workmanship. 

  9. Tracey Grady says:

    All sorts of ‘you light up my life’ clichés spring to mind. Which is, of course, very fitting :)

  10. Antinous / Moderator says:

    So it’s a mood ring, but the only moods are “alive” and “dead.”

  11. Petzl says:

    Jesus. Christ.

  12. Jonathan says:

    I want one. I want one for each finger.

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