Steam Powered Giraffe – Brass Goggles

Posted by on Jan 19, 2013 in Videos | 16 comments

© 2011 Steam Powered Giraffe LLC. Steam Powered Giraffe performing their song “Brass Goggles”. DP – Raul Urreola Edited by – David Michael Bennett “The Spine” “Brass Goggles” is from the album “Album One” and can also be heard live on the album ‘Live at the Globe of Yesterday’s Tomorrow’. Both albums are available on CD, iTunes, and other digital music distributors. www.steampoweredgiraffe.com Other links: Website: www.SteamPoweredGiraffe.com Facebook www.facebook.com Raul Urreola: www.UrreolaFilm.com “Brass...

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The Electro Swingers – Brass Babyface

Posted by on Dec 30, 2012 in Amazon Store | Comments Off

The Electro Swingers – Brass Babyface from Steampunk Price: USD 0.99 View Details about The Electro...

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How to remove the pinion gear from vintage brass gears for your steampunk project.

Posted by on Jul 15, 2012 in Videos | 19 comments

In this video I show you how to remove the pinion gear from vintage brass gears. This method is very easy and safe (use your safe glasses). It allows you to remove the unwanted parts without damaging the brass portion of the gear. It will allow you to keep more usable steampunk supplies. The tools needed As shown in the video you’ll need the following tools. A small hammer (preferably with a smooth striking face) A nail set or punches. It’s nice to have a set of punches that vary in size. A set of deep sockets or some old tubular hardware. A solid work bench. The pinion removal...

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Miss Kalendar – Brass Needles » Brass Needles

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Jewelry Making 101: Easy Steampunk Designs with Brass Stampings By B’sue Boutiques

Posted by on Jun 23, 2012 in Videos | 39 comments

Get out your goggles and your aviator gear, it’s Jules Verne meets Mad Max in the middle of a romantic Victorian Gothic novel……Steampunk! Come and play in the Messy Workshop with B’sue as she discusses the use of gears, propellers, wheels, watch parts, buckles and American made brass stampings to make cool whirly-twirly Steampunk charms and pendants that MOVE. Also discussed are easy riveting techniques and unexpected elements that you can use to make Steampunk Style pieces. You’ll also find a great and growing selection of everything you need to make Steampunk,...

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